POWER FACTOR CORRECTION

Providing leading power factor solutions

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Power loss
correction

16%

Saving per annum

$3,400

Total saving est.

$72,000

Increasing Business Efficiency

Power loss a real problem If you are a business that operates demanding machinery that consumes a high amount of electricity, power loss can be a problem that can cost thousands of dollars every year. Electricity supply from the grid that powers your equipment comes with charges such as demand charges which can be heavily influenced by power factor.

Check your bill Demand charges and other charges related to your power consumption can be found in your electricity bill. Our Total Energy Consultants can help determine the right power factor correction for your business that can reduce any wastage that you might already be paying for and create cost savings for your business.

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Before PF Correction

Old Power Factor 0.74
Old kVAr 138.2
Old Current 285.7

After PF Correction

New Power Factor 0.93
Apparent kVAr 151.8
New Current 211.19
Annual Saving $3,427

Power Factor Correction

Power Factor (PF) is the ratio of power that you use vs the power that goes to waste. A power factor of 0.75 implies that 75% of the power is being used effectively and 25% is being wasted. Businesses that operate machinery and equipment that consumes high amount of electricity can face unnecessary wastage from overlooking power factor correction.

We can help you reduce the amount of wasted power with power factor correction equipment. By installing the right equipment, you’ll reduce your energy wastage and save on your energy bills. This will create cost saving for your business and increase efficiency for your machine and equipment.

Absolutely. On average, Power Factor Correction will help you achieve a Return on Investment of two to four years. Your saving will come from a range of benefits:

  • • Reducing energy wastage and power losses
  • • Improving harmonic frequency of your equipment leading to higher efficiency
  • • Improved voltage and load carrying capacities