Voltage Sag Case Study – Pharmaceutical Company

This is a synopsis of power quality case study regarding the phenomenon of Voltage Sag experienced at a pharma plant. A pharmaceutical company site in Dublin had been experiencing some critical sags at their incoming supply. Read more about the power quality issues … Continue reading


What is PAT Testing?

What is PAT Testing? Portable appliance testing (commonly known as PAT or PAT Inspection or PAT Testing) is a process by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. Portable Appliance Testing (PAT testing process) begins by simply observating a portable appliance, … Continue reading


Electric Substation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Substation safety awareness has been gaining prominence, have a read through this in-depth look into several aspects of substation safety, primarily focusing on personal protective equipment (PPE) essentials, risks, danger-tackling tips and training requirements. Personal protective equipment is an integral … Continue reading


Power Quality Monitoring – Reducing Costs with a Fluke 434

While many companies strive to guarantee the health of electrical infrastructure through predictive maintenance, they seldom consider the quality of power that fuels the system. In this article, we at Powerpoint Engineering aim to address the significance of power quality monitoring and its impact on operating costs. We will also explain how you can use the Fluke 434 Power Quality Analyzer to limit undue expenses. Continue reading