LTC Field Service Kits; complete LTC Assembly Remanufacturing Services with Core Credit Exchange. NEW GE LRT-200-3 Supply & Core Credit Exchange. $4mil of LTC and OCB Parts Inventory. Same-day shipments before 3PM CST.
Located in Copake, New York; High Voltage, Incorporated (HVI) is the global leader in the designing and manufacturing of Hi-Potential Test equipment, including Very Low Frequency (VLF) AC Units, used by the Electric Utility and large Industrial marketplace. Service and responsiveness is added to Experience and Intellect and you have the leader in high voltage Test Equipment.
Power & Energy Meters for Utility applications through Commercial uses. Advanced, high-speed, high-voltage KVAR Optimization, DFR/SER applications for Transmission & Distribution applications to Branch Feeder Monitoring for sub-metering at the commercial level.
ProGlass designs and manufactures fiberglass substation trench covers, transformer and switchgear box pads, hillside barriers and pull-box covers. Vehicle and Pedestrian Rated duty; ProGlass immediately improves the Safety and Reliability of your substation facilities.
Since 1986, SMC has been designing and manufacturing Portable Measurement Equipment for substation and plant apparatus testing and maintenance. Offering a variety of Single & Three Phase Relay Test sets, High Current & Voltage Injection gear along with a Circuit Breaker Analyzer, Phase Angle Meter, Micro-Ohm Meter, and more.
Since establishment in 1973, ILJIN has led the global wheel bearing market through growth and innovation. They strive for the highest level of customer satisfaction through customer focus, a top-down quality focus, based on “creative innovation management.” Today ILJIN is a world class company that realizes the highest customer values.
Since January 1997, Raytech has been a world leader in the design and production of precision electronic measuring instruments and systems. Raytech is located in Perkasie, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, situated approximately 30 miles north of Philadelphia, midway between Philadelphia and Allentown.