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Safety basics and risks avoidance

November 19th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical Safety

Radical energies and complex mechanisms are used and implemented in all industrial processes nowadays. Such processes can potentially cause serious harm to personnel or property during an accident. In such a scenario, absolute safety is not achievable, reduction of risks to acceptable level is possible.

Let’s read what your fellow electrical engineer Yasser has to say about it.

Effects of Room Temperature Vulcanization coating on MV and HV porcelain insulators

November 16th, 2018 | 2 Comments | Posted in Electrical Safety

New article by one of you who sent us his essay via email. Enjoy and let us know what you think in the comments.

Introduction to RTV polymeric coatings

Hydrophobic insulators are quite a requirement in the areas along coastal belts. Increased salt concentrations in the atmosphere damage the insulators in many ways. Elevated humidity also escalates this problem and a hydro-resistant surface coating is always an economical solution to this problem.

MV transmission line near a pollution source

MV transmission line near a pollution source


Circuit Breaker Selection Tips

November 9th, 2018 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical Safety

Today we are going to talk about a very essential and popular item in every electrical system. Its importance spreads over power plants, houses and small apartments.

We can’t deliver electricity to any load without it; a circuit breaker. Therefore, Yasser one of the member of our community blog sent us this guide in which he hits some points regarding it. Enjoy!


Electrical system maintenance: importance of thermography (MV/LV)

November 6th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical Safety
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Read this nice article about the importance of thermography in predictive maintenance of electrical systems (Medium Voltage/Low Voltage).
It is written by one of the member of this community and we think you’ll enjoy the thermal point of view of his essay.

If you’d like to write your own article too, we can publish :) it simply send us a mail.


Installing lightning protection system for your facility in 3 Steps (Surge Protection)

August 20th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical Safety

Hello fellows electrical engineers it’s Steven Mill! Let’s get straight to the point; Do you know what will happen if frictions happened between air streams and the humidity in a cloud? I’ll tell you. A huge amount of negative static charges are formed in the lower side of the cloud while as the positive charges are formed in the upper side of the cloud.

Moreover, the buildings have positive charges. Which means there is a voltage difference between the clouds and buildings.

What if this voltage increased till it’s more than 30 KV/cm (the amount needed to break the isolation of air)? Air will be broken down and the charges will be released in a spark to the buildings. Which is known as lightning.

Figure.1 How lightning is formed? | image:

Figure.1 How lightning is formed? | image:


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