Achieving Electrical Safety By Design - LittelFuse

Posted on , Monday 5th of July 2021



This white paper discusses implementing the higher levels of the hierarchy of controls, moving beyond Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and reducing both the risk and incidence of electrical hazards and components that can be designed into an electrical system to make it safer. Download the White Paper to continue reading. 

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Nuisance Tripping Arc Fault Breaker Findings

Posted on , Tuesday 23rd of March 2021



Arc Faults breakers are required in homes built after 2015. Arc Fault breakers will react differently and may cause tripping where they had not caused tripping in your previous home. This new incompatibility is due to the differences in the breakers functionality and the protection they provide.

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FCI’s Series Flow Meter for Brewery Applications

Posted on , Wednesday 17th of February 2021



Featured in What's Brewing Magazine: Learn more about Fluid Components International’s Compact ST75 thermal mass flow meter that measures natural gas, CO2, and waste gases in breweries.

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Food & Beverage Electrical Solutions

Posted on , Thursday 25th of June 2020



E.B. Horsman & Son has a long history serving the food and beverage industry. Our sales and technical team understand the challenges faced by Food & Beverage Processing and packaging plants. Whether it is electrical, automation, instrumentation, or lighting supplies, learn more about how our team can help you find solutions for your food and beverage applications.

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Closer Look at Level - Siemens Case Study

Posted on , Saturday 6th of June 2020



We all love a good instrumentation showdown: are you Team Radar or Team Ultrasonics?

For process technicians day in and day out, a one-technology-fits-all approach is simply unrealistic. Both technologies are absolutely stellar in some applications and not-so-great in others: the wise are the ones who know when to use which technology without getting lost in the hype.

Learn more here in this Siemens article: 

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