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    Bay Power Saves Money and Energy for Oil and Gas Customers

    Posted by Bay Power on March 19, 2019

    Electrical issues in the oil and gas industry can crop up in a variety of ways. One major concern for many companies is that old technology combined with inefficient motors that have no speed control often results in a lot of wasted energy leading to high energy costs. Since these operations are usually at the end of the electrical line, they commonly experience issues with “dirty power”: voltage variations, frequency variations, and insufficient voltage. These drops or surges in power can result in sine wave distortions or power disruptions that drive up costs and reduce system capacity. 

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    How Electrical Distributors Can Leverage Bay Power to Find the Right Solution

    Posted by Bay Power on October 17, 2018

    For over twenty-five years, Bay Power has worked with electrical distributors to solve challenging problems and find the parts they need fast. During that time, we’ve built strong relationships with suppliers who work with us to find and deliver the right parts to our customers, even when you’re on a tight schedule. Partnering with Bay Power gives electrical distributors the advantage of working with industry experts to solve even the toughest challenges for customers.

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    How AC Drives Can Boost Your Business

    Posted by Bay Power on August 22, 2018

    Are you looking for ways to expand your product and service offerings and help your customers achieve higher productivity and lower costs for electric motor control? If you are an electrical contractor or maintenance professional, you are probably familiar with variable frequency drives (VFDs) - also known as variable speed drives, VSDs, or inverters.

    VFDs improve electrical efficiency by managing the speed and torque needed for a given process. What you may not know is why the VFD market is currently dominated by AC drives, and why that matters for your customers.

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