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Controlling voltage phase is extremely important for balanced power loads.

Controlling voltage phase is extremely important, especially when there is high voltage electrical power.
 

What is Voltage Phase?
Definition of voltage phase.  How does voltage phase relate to machinery and equipment.

 

Why Control Voltage Phase?
Why it's important to control voltage phase when operating machinery.  Reasons why equipment requires strict voltage regulation for efficient operation and prevention of breakdown or permanent damage.

 

How Transformers Control Voltage Phase
What are the different types of transformers used to regulate voltage phases in equipment?  Why it is necessary to use voltage control.

 

Single-Phase Voltage Control
Information on single-phase power and voltage control.  Who uses single phase power?  Why it's important to have balanced voltage phase.

 

Three-Phase Voltage Control
Learn about three-phase power and how voltage control affects the efficiency of electrical input.  Why three-phase power is used for equipment and machinery in professional manufacturing.

 

Do Variable Frequency Drives Play a Part in Voltage Phase?
How variable frequency drives are used to produce balanced electrical voltage phase.  Information on alternating voltage phases.

 

Do Phase Converters Help Achieve a Balanced Voltage Phase?
How phase converters play a part in the balance of voltage phase.  What particular phase converters work best for true, balanced power sources.

 

Can Damage Occur to Equipment Without Voltage Phase Control?
How voltage phase balance can contribute to the longevity of equipment.  Information on voltage phase control, and how you can save on electrical expense.

 

Be sure to click on the sites at the bottom of the page for more detailed information on voltage phase transformers, phase converters and variable frequency drives.

 

Why Control Voltage Phase?

 

Why Control Voltage Phase?

 

 

Voltage phase has been established as the force of the flow of electricity that runs along power lines to destinations needing specific voltage inputs that will meet the demand loads of equipment requirements.  Since the voltage that flows through power lines isn't always the specific voltages we need, is it truly necessary to control our voltage phase input sources?

Residences and Businesses Have Different Voltage Phase Demands

Larger equipment needs control of voltage phase because it requires a higher voltage demand.Many times residences or business need more electricity than is actually being transmitted.  Other times they need considerably less.  If we operate our machinery on non-specified power loads, breakdown or permanent damage to production systems is sure to occur.  If there is too high of a voltage phase, power surges and unbalanced electricity could damage equipment permanently.  You can clearly understand why controlling voltage phase is so important.

When rivers become dry, and there is no water to feed crops, vegetation dies.  If the river over flows from too much rain, crops die due to flooding.  The same example occurs with electrical equipment.  Too much or too little voltage phase can cause production systems to fail because our voltage demands are not meeting power loads of equipment.

Why control voltage  phase?  Power companies can usually supply one-phase power to residences with very little problems.  However, in most areas of the United States, electrical power is very expensive.  Larger facilities and manufactures need three-phase power to operate large equipment and assembly lines.  Local utilities charge outrageous prices for three-phase power, and many times don't have higher power capabilities.  That is why we have to depend on transformers, phase converters and variable frequency drives to regulate electrical power loads.

Voltage Phase Control Enhances the Life of Operating Systems and Saves on Costs

What happens when voltage phase control isnít managed?

1.   When voltage phase is of high levels, it can be very susceptible to lightening strikes.  When high voltage phases are not protected, fires and equipment shutdown can result.

2.   When residential voltage phase isnít protected, they too are susceptible to lightening and power surges which result in equipment wearing out or becoming permanently damaged.

3.   When voltage is too low, it slows motors and machinery and results in burnt installation and faulty wiring.  Equipment will slowly burnout.

There are positive reasons why control of voltage phase is the right decision.

1.   Having the correct voltage phase meets equipment demands and enables machinery to operate optimally.

2.   Operations become more cost effective when electrical power is regulated and equipment is operating without breakdown.

3.   Controlling voltage saves in costly repairs and replacement of operating systems. 

4.   Machinery runs much safer when power loads are adequate, and there is not the treat of operators getting injured.

5.   Controlling voltage phase greatly helps with public electrical demands and overuse doesnít detract from local electrical supplies.

Please read our articles on voltage phase transformers, voltage phase converters, and voltage phase variable frequency drives.  There are great solutions on why controlling voltage phase is so importantClick onto the articles to the left and right of the page for answers to your voltage production concerns.

Where Do You Find Help With Controlling Voltage Phase?

Remember, most people are not experts on electricity, not even long-term operators of large equipment.  It is always best if you contact a reputable company such as TEMCo Tower Electric Company for expert advice on the control of voltage phase.  TEMCo has had many years of experience, and they are extremely knowledgeable in the field of electricity.  Contact them today for answers on how to control voltage phase.

In addition to articles in this site, click onto the sites below for detailed information on the many devices that are available for your power solutions.  Trust the experts.  They are here for you!

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Why Control Voltage Phase?

Controlling voltage phase helps equipment operate more efficiently.

Phase converters and transformers control the voltage phases of motors and equipment.

Voltage Phase Website is an education site on the  different ways to control voltage phase more effectively.


Discovery of Voltage Phase

The story of electricity becoming a reality.  Who first discovered electrical voltage?

 

How to Solve Your Voltage Phase Problems
When solving voltage phase issues and seeking out the proper equipment to operate production systems, what facts do you need to know?

 

Where to Find the Best Manufacturer and Distributor of Voltage Phase Products
TEMCo is a leading and reputable manufacturer and distributor of state-of-the art transformers and phase converters.  TEMCo gives long-term warranties and stands behind their products.

 

Power lines carry electricity over long miles, and transformers control voltage phase going into power input sources.

Power lines carry electrical power, which needs voltage control when transmitted to electrical input sources.

 

Additional Resources:

Three-Phase Transformers

Three-Phase Isolation Transformers

Variable Frequency Drives

Phase Control

 

TEMCo ships transformers and phase converters worldwide to meet your voltage phase requirements.

TEMCo Electric Motor Company is the best manufacturer and distributor of voltage phase products in today's market, and they ship worldwide.  TEMCo can custom design an excellent system engineered specifically to meet your production demands!

TEMCo is a worldwide leader in the manufacturering of voltage phase products.

TEMCo offers long-term warranties and stands behind their products with integrity and reliability.  Contact them today for a free consultation.

 


 


 

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