POWER FACTOR is simply a measure of how effectively electrical power is consumed by the equipment it serves. It's defined as the ratio of WORKING POWER (kW) to TOTAL POWER (kVA).
There's no easier way to manage reactive power consumption and reap the rewards of an improved electrical system. Immediately lower your utility bill, enhance your existing system capacity, improve on-site power quality and ultimately reduce your operation’s overall carbon footprint.
Lower Utility Bill
Increase System Capacity
For those with high monthly kW demand; installing a power factor correction system will reduce your monthly utility costs. The typical payback for a Tier 500PFC is 1-3 years.
Reduce the load on both your transformer and conductors. Expand existing capacity by as much as 30% - 40%.
Improve Equipment Performance and Efficiency
The Tier 500PFC minimizes voltage drop within your electrical system, resulting in more responsive, efficient equipment.
If green initiatives are a driving force when contemplating facility improvements, a PFC will greatly reduce your operation's overall carbon footprint.