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Tips for choosing a critical power service plan

Rene Kristensen
Rene Kristensen

When you cannot afford to lose power, and you need to focus on other things than critical power system maintenance, a service agreement is a good solution. This post explains the key benefits and provides some good advice for selecting a service vendor.

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Energised and de-energised explained

What do the terms “normally energised” and “normally de-energised” mean, and how do these relay states affect the operation of normally open and normally closed contacts? Check out this blog post to clear up the confusion!

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What to do when equipment approaches end of life

Badrinarayanan Suresh
Badrinarayanan Suresh

By upgrading power equipment before it reaches end of life (EOL), you get optimised reliability and may benefit from technological advances. Using EOL policies defined by your suppliers is a good way of planning for upgrade operations well in advance.

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Got enough power for running your scrubber?

Leif A Nielsen
Leif A Nielsen

It’s great to have a scrubber that can remove SOx emissions from your vessel’s exhaust, but it’s less great if the scrubber also takes out your onboard power system. With intelligent power management, you can comply with IMO regulations, avoid blackouts – and save fuel.

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