Manufacturing

Posts & insights relating to the Manufacturing Sector

Power Line Filters that STOP the interference

Power Line Filters that STOP the interference... If you are experiencing interference with your telephones, flickering computer monitors, reliability issues with data networks, instrumentation errors, or misbehaving electronics you are most likely experiencing EMI or RFI in your electrical environment. Our EMI Power Line Filters are passive electronic devices used to suppress conducted...

How Temperature Kills Long Term Reliability

How Temperature Kills Long Term Reliability Did you know that with every 10 degree C increase in temperature, the lifetime of electronics is cut in half? And it’s true with static relays and semiconductors too. It stands to reason then that a power switching device, that has been designed to cope with...

How Thyristors Make your Machinery Safer

How Thyristors Make your Machinery Safer Problems with power can be a major cause of accidents, fires, and downtime in manufacturing operations. Components such as heating elements can cause power problems if the power isn’t controlled adequately or properly monitored. Operating at higher temperatures, power surges and short circuits can all...

Reduce Downtime in Manufacturing

Reduce Downtime in Manufacturing Keeping Power Consistent Incorrect or inconsistent power supply can cause all kinds of problems. A power surge tripping a circuit breaker isn’t a serious issue. If it happens often then it's wasting valuable time and is something businesses simply do not need to tolerate. Similarly, it doesn’t feel like...

How to Prevent Machine Breakdown

How to Prevent Machine Breakdown. Machine breakdowns are a huge time and money drain on manufacturing operations. Unexpected shutdowns can be very disruptive, and the time taken to get everything up and running again is essentially money down the drain. Therefore, the primary focus of our thyristor power controllers is to...

How to Achieve Perfect Production

Achieving Perfect Production.   Perfect Production is very simply; manufacturing only good parts, as fast as possible and with no downtime. The goal of any production line is to achieve full productive time and reduce the most common causes of equipment-based productivity losses, often called the 6 Big Losses. Created at the Japanese...