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PDC Shipping Splits: How to mitigate extra costs and minimize schedule delays

 

 

Can you repeat those dimensions, please?

That’s the question we’re often asked by logistics personnel after we call to get a freight quote on a PDC (Power Distribution Center). There are many items used in industrial construction that are easy to ship—say the size of a couple of full size pick-up trucks. PDC buildings, often, do not fall into this category.

 

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Top 3 Features of Secondary Connection Cabinets

 

 

Buildings that contain specialized equipment, such as welding machinery or large-scale baking appliances, require external power connection points that allow multiple service feeds. This is because the different devices within the building have different voltage ratings and would, therefore, need separate lines right from the point of connection to the external power source. Secondary connection cabinets are expertly designed to provide a safe enclosure for splicing and distribution of power within such facilities. Listed below are various features that make these cabinets particularly suited for the task.

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The Good, Bad, and Dangers of Metal Fabrication

 

 

Metal Fabrication is a fairly specialized skill set. Just as not everyone knows how to use a miter saw, even fewer know how to use a metal chop saw.  This is before thinking about rolling, bending, or welding the metal.

 

The truth is that it's not good enough to just get a design done, it needs to be executed skillfully.  Ensure that your fabrication project is in the right hands by remembering “The Good, The Bad and The Dangerous”. 



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STANDBY POWER SOLUTIONS: GENERATOR TAP BOXES

 

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Technology versus Demand: The Need for Customization

 

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