5 Top Considerations for Choosing Flexible Medium Voltage Cables

Posted by TPC Team on November 28, 2018 | 1 Comment

As you know, the medium voltage cable business is full of risk if not carefully handled. When working within a 5kV to 35kV medium voltage range, it’s easy to keep your schedule top of mind, but safety has to come first. Do you have a deployment strategy? How does it perform for you?

Many companies talk about how safety is their top priority and promote the extra precautions they are taking to ensure personnel safety, but all too often, we hear of recordable injuries that could have been prevented by taking a few extra ste ps.

Think about these five considerations when choosing how to deploy your medium voltage power cables:

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Examining Type SH, Type MV, Concentric Neutrals Medium Voltage Cables

Posted by TPC Team on November 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

In the world of medium voltage, there are specific cables and designations to be aware of. While they may appear
to be similar, there are important differences that can help you avoid potentially dangerous risks by understanding which cables to use for your precise applications.

Medium voltage applications require cables that are designed specifically to handle voltages ranging from 5kV to 35kV, sometimes called Type-MV, Type-SH, and Type MV with concentric neutrals.

Let's examine each of these three medium voltage cables more closely and go over the similarities and differences between them.

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Disaster Preparedness: Forming An Emergency Operations Plan

Posted by TPC Team on September 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

WHY HAVE AN EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN?

If we've learned anything from recent events, having an operations plan in case of an emergency plays a very important role in keeping your facility up and running and your people safe. Your plan can provide guidance to employees during an emergency and highlight potential issues in your facility, such as hazardous conditions and a lack of resources, that you may be able to fix prior to an emergency happening.

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13 Reasons Your Plant Needs A Temporary Power Source

Posted by TPC Team on March 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

TEMPORARY POWER IS A PROACTIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE & SAFE SOLUTION

When it comes to an unexpected loss of power, finding yourself in reactive mode is not where you want to be. Being prepared is the only way to keep your plant fully operational in an unexpected power outage and the ability to deploy your own supplementary power is now a possibility. 

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