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Medical Care and Power Generation

KohlerThe health care system is being pushed to its limits and thus, patients that still require medical care are being released from hospitals and medical institutions. As a result, people are using a wide array of technological devices to provide medical care services at their own homes. People are using these devices not only for their own medical care but to provide medical assistance to others as well. These technologies provide support for both chronic and non-chronic diseases as well as help patients with special needs adopt a more comfortable lifestyle. Apart from these technologies, there are medications that require being refrigerated. From the numerous technological devices to the medications that require being constantly refrigerated, all these aspects of home medical care require batteries or electricity.

In a way then this makes the comfort and well-being of your loved ones you are caring for dependent on electricity. A scenario where you suddenly face a power outage, therefore, can even be fatal under serious conditions. A patient using an oxygen machine running on electricity would be unable to use their device in the case the electricity supply fails. Major power outages lasting for several hours on end are getting more and more common in the US especially due to the ever changing and harsh weather conditions. In such times, and such circumstances, one cannot afford to be rid of electrical supply. It would be a nightmare.

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Electrical Arc Flash

Simply put, Arc Flash is a violent event where flashover of electric current travels an untended path from one conductor to another, or to ground. Serious injury can occur to anyone close to a circuits proximity. Let's review some basics of Arc Flash.

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OSHA FAQs on Arc-Flash Protection

E-1. What must an employer do to protect employees from hazards posed by flames and electric arcs?

In general, the employer must:

  • Assess the workplace to identify employees exposed to hazards from flames or from electric arcs;
  • Make reasonable estimates of the incident heat energy of any electric-arc hazard to which an employee would be exposed;
  • Ensure that employees exposed to hazards from flames or electric arcs do not wear clothing that could melt onto their skin or that could ignite and continue to burn when exposed to flames or the estimated heat energy;
  • Ensure that the outer layer of clothing worn by an employee is flame resistant under certain conditions; and
  • With certain exceptions, ensure that employees exposed to hazards from electric arcs wear protective clothing and other protective equipment with an arc rating greater than or equal to the estimated heat energy.

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Maintenance, Reactive or Preventative?

Maintenance strategies fall someplace between reactive system (a run-till-failure approach) and a preventative computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). The intent of this article is to help be reflective in the responsibilities to keep a business

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3 Ways Your Business Can Benefit From A Commercial Generator


commercial generatorThe lights are off at your business and the only sound that can be heard are employee’s voices after a disaster or power grid failure. Image the losses Delta Airlines suffered last August due to its lost power outage at its operation center in Atlanta, which resulted in 2,000 flight cancellations!

1) Backup generators can keep your business running when disaster strikes or when the area power grid fails.

Today's generators can kick start in a matter of seconds and models can connect to your businesses LP or natural gas lines. On or off site, open or closed, there are systems that work automatically to power your business's crucial hard-wired systems such as computers, security systems, freezers, AC, heat, and other vital operating equipment.

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