If you work with electricity, you know every detail matters. From installations to repairs, precision and care define the work you do. But amid all the projects you take on, there’s one factor that can be overlooked: proper equipment storage.
If you work with electrical systems, you are probably familiar with fuses. But if you don’t, fuses can be confusing.
Depending on where you live, the cliché of April showers bringing May flowers might not ring true. Kimball Midwest’s customers live and work from coast to coast in a wide variety of climates.
It’s no secret, electricity is hot! Wires, circuits and terminals should be assumed to always have live wires. Because of this, electrical safety is of utmost importance to you, your shop, employees and customers.
When you’re thinking of electrical products for your shop, understandably your mind probably goes directly to things like wires, connectors and fuses.
As winter fades into spring, now is the perfect time to start looking around your shop at what needs maintained, cleaned or organized. One thing to not overlook is electrical wires.
No matter what you do in your shop, there’s a good chance you’ve spent a lot of time over the years dealing with electrical issues. Reliable electricity is extremely important across many situations, with problems leading to long delays, added costs or even safety hazards.
Winter is here, which means shorter days, cold temperatures and snow for many people.
When it comes to electrical connections, only the best will do.