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The Corona Effect: How Does it Affect Transmission Lines?

For those of you who travel a lot or have ever spent time near transmission towers and electrical systems, you may have seen that luminous ‘glow’ on the lines. This is known as the corona effect, and electrical contractors need to be particularly careful about this discharge.

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Does Your Electrical Contractor Have These Qualities?

Let’s take a closer look at four essential elements that your electrical contractor must have to ensure that your project is successful, completed on time, and cost-effective.

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How Electrical Transformers Work and the Different Types of Transformers

Transformers are one of the most important inventions in the world, and quite literally transformed how electricity is transmitted, used, and how we can handle it safely.

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What You Should Know About the Main Panel and Sub Panels In Commercial Areas

Every electrical system relies on the main and/or sub-panel to give users control over the circuits and system in general. And it’s a good idea for any in-house maintenance personnel and for the property owners to understand how the panels work and the outline and flow of the circuit itself.

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Substantial Completion: What Owners and Electrical Contractors Should Know

Substantial completion means that a project or portion of a project has reached a level of completion that is fit for its intended use.

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Why Large-Scale Electrical Contractors Ground Electrical Systems

Let’s take a closer look at why contractors and businesses providing electrical services need to ground electrical systems.

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Common Challenges Electrical Contractors Face in Industrial Building Wiring

When it comes to electrical projects for industrial buildings, there is no room for error.

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Why Load Flow Analysis is Important for Industrial and Commercial Buildings

Load Flow Analysis is a method used by electrical contractors to detect issues in power systems, commercial networks, and grids.

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Selecting the Right Circuit Breaker for Commercial Buildings

Let’s take a closer look at the things you or your electrical contractor will need to consider when replacing your commercial circuit breaker, or simply when diagnosing a problem with the current one.

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These Key Electrical Safety Guidelines Help Keep Contractors Safe on Construction Sites

According to OSHA, below are some core electrical safety guidelines for electricians and other labor working on large-scale construction sites.