Two Recently Approved Seminars for Power Quality 

Power Quality in Motor Control Applications


Power Quality in Motor Control Applications

Two Recently Approved Seminars for Power Quality 

We have two recently approved seminars for power quality recently approved by the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.  Introduction to Power Quality and Power Quality in Motor Control Applications have now been added to our Power Quality Seminar Schedule.  The new seminars are 4 hours and offer 4 credit hours (DSPS) or 4 PDHs (at the Engineer’s discretion).   Please Join us at the next seminar!

Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year Finalists

Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year Finalist

We Appreciate Your Vote – Click on the image to vote at CSE Website: Vote for: LKT…Type DD60 3-phase dry-type capacitor, Frako Capacitor

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Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017
Product of the Year Finalists
Frako LKT DD60 Capacitor Line

We are pleased to announce that Frako LKT DD60 Capacitor Line is a finalist for Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year.  We would be honored to have your vote!  

Frako capacitor line for power quality equipment

Frako capacitor line for power quality equipment

The new and versatile DD60 Frako capacitor line offers robust ratings with UL / CSA approval

CEDARBURG, Wis. Nov. 16, 2016 – Allied Industrial Marketing, Inc., the North American technical sales office for Frako Capacitors announced a dual purpose capacitor product line for the power quality industry.  The Frako capacitor line is cURus and CSA approved.   The unique design takes into consideration reactor voltage boosting and harmonics on the electrical system. 

Power Factor Seminar Nov. 18, 2016

Power Factor Seminar Equation

Power Factor Seminar Showing Total Power Factor

Power Factor Seminar Nov. 18, 2016 – $129.00

Power Factor Seminar PQ-(102)

Power Factor Seminar accredited by State of Wisconsin DSPS # 17409 4 credit hrs. Great for Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification, Industrial Journeyman Electrician License, Journeyman Electrician License, Master Electrician License and Electrical Professionals.

Power Factor Seminar

Power Factor Seminar held on August 19, 2016.

Power Factor Seminar held on August 19, 2016.

This four hour power factor correction seminar explains the three types of power factor, from a cause and effect basis and then teaches the intricacies of each type along with the methods to improve each power factor. The seminar demonstrates how to size power factor capacitors for various types of situations and the pitfalls to be avoided.  Several real life examples are worked as a group to demonstrate the techniques used to perform analysis of power factor, size power factor equipment and to quantify the expected results and ROI. See the outline and learn more about

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar July 15, 2016

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar – 4 Credit Hours

Power Quality Seminars Approved by Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services DSPS Course ID # 17383

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar is a four hour seminar which teaches the fundamentals of harmonics, including harmonic distortion and its causes, problems associated with harmonics and practical limits for harmonic distortion. The seminar teaches methods to identify, reduce and to avoid harmonics problems.
Upon completion of this course, participants should have a meaningful understanding of harmonic voltage and current distortion, the impact that harmonics can have on electric power systems, the typical causes and methods to avoid or minimize harmonics.

This course is applicable to electrical industry professionals serving either industrial or
commercial environments.

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar PFMA EXPO March 10, 2016

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar – 4 Credit Hours

Power Quality Seminars Approved by Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services DSPS Course ID # 17383

For a strong power quality foundation –  attend both The Power Factor Seminar (March 9) and The Fundamentals of Harmonics (March 10)

Fundamentals of Harmonics Seminar is a four hour seminar which teaches the fundamentals of harmonics, including harmonic distortion and its causes, problems associated with harmonics and practical limits for harmonic distortion. The seminar teaches methods to identify, reduce and to avoid harmonics problems.
Upon completion of this course, participants should have a meaningful understanding of harmonic voltage and current distortion, the impact that harmonics can have on electric power systems, the typical causes and methods to avoid or minimize harmonics.  Register for this seminar by sending this PDF to PFMA.

This course is applicable to electrical industry professionals serving either industrial or
commercial environments.