Electrical Testing

How Heat Affects Electrical Equipment

How Heat Affects Electrical Equipment

It’s no secret that it gets hot in the Southern United States. There is somewhat of a cultural pride to how hot summers can be here in Texas. No matter how you feel about the heat, the fact is we have been breaking records as a continent for the hottest summer temperatures consistently over the […]

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Consistent testing keeps indoor skydivers flying

Consistent testing keeps indoor skydivers flying

Here is a fun and informative article from FLUKE ELECTRICAL NEWS that I’d like to share! Although I’ve never tried this, it looks to be a fantastic way to experience skydiving before jumping from 12,000 feet. Did you know… that as of October 24, 2014 the record for the highest parachute jump is 135,890 feet, […]

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Westinghouse PI-161

Westinghouse PI-161

Westinghouse PI-161 Phase Angle Meter is an instrument that can be of considerable value to industry. It is a simple to use unique phase angle meter with 360 degree scale having not only the versatility of broad current and voltage ranges for current-voltage phase-angle measurement, but including built-in circuits for measuring the phase-angle between two […]

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Industrial Distribution – 2015 Watch List

Industrial Distribution – 2015 Watch List

ECP was recently featured on the 2015 Watch List in the January/February Edition of Industrial Distribution. Company Owner, Lane Batson, explains the ins-and-outs of ECP from how we work with manufacturers to how we keep the right mix of stock. Lane explains in the article,”I have worked with distributors and manufacturers to develop a mix […]

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Age Old Dispute Resolved? Probably Not!

Age Old Dispute Resolved? Probably Not!

By: Keith Armstrong Primary Injection Testing or Secondary Injection Testing – That is the Question. If you have been in the electrical power testing industry long enough you have definitely heard this topic batted around the rafters a few times. What is a breaker owner to do? Most have their on thoughts and specifications that […]

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Why Lease Rather than Borrow

Why Lease Rather than Borrow

By: Lane Batson Accounting and Finance scholars state there are three areas to consider when determining whether to lease or borrow money to purchase equipment. 1: Are there potential tax advantages? 2: Will the equipment’s technology become obsolete? 3: Can leasing be type of off balance sheet financing? To determine whether it is advantageous for […]

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