Tag Archives: Electrical Apparatus Magazine

No Progress Without Struggle

Mass. shop exhibits a fusion of tradition and innovation Bigelow Electrical is “providing old-school service honed into a nascent undertaking,” as described by Bill Thomas, correspondent for the Worcester Telegram. A statement that accurately describes what many related businesses would be proud to accomplish in the current climate. It’s something that cannot be done easily. “Without struggle, there […]

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May EA preview: Franchise your business

Fast Forward in the May issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine will give you a few reasons to consider the franchise business model. With a history that dates back to the 1850s when Isaac Singer implemented the process to his sewing machine business, franchising is when a one company or individual (a franchisor) gives another individual (a franchisee) […]

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September EA Preview: Let’s Get Organized

You don’t need to wait for spring to do your cleaning. Fast Forward for the September issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine will provide helpful tips on how to organize your office and computer. Organization is incredibly important for running a successful business in that it can save time and eliminate embarrassing situations like losing an important piece […]

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May EA Preview: Battery life for electrical equipment

We’ve all seen it: the dreaded low-battery icon. It can appear on the display screen as a flashing empty battery symbol or a single red bar but it always means the same thing. Your device is about to run out of power. Whether it is a laptop or cellphone to communicate with customers or an […]

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April EA Preview: How to protect your computer from identity theft and viruses

The vast possibilities of the Internet have allowed businesses to sell products, manage their infrastructure, and connect with co-workers and customers. Unfortunately, this open playground has made identity theft and computer viruses all too common. Fast Forward’s “Digital Defense 101” in the upcoming April issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine will cover how to protect yourself […]

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Feb EA preview: Fast Forward discusses when to repair and replace shop equipment

Fast Forward for the February issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine will discuss when to repair and replace shop equipment. Home to large and complex equipment like mobile engine generator sets, lathes, welding machines, balancing equipment, and burn off ovens, maintaining a shop brings along a whole new set of headaches. Equipment malfunctions can lead to […]

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Web Briefs, December EA

Our new, Blog-version of Web Briefs includes links to the websites/internet references we believe will be useful to persons in the electromechanical industries.  Previously listed in the magazine, these web briefs allow you to be one click away from your desired destination: Measurlogic—www.measurlogic.com: papers and articles on power quality; effect of voltage dips on motors and contactors […]

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Advertising Tip of the Month #5

Confidentiality in a classified advertisement is very important to many advertisers, and each media group has methods of helping advertisers achieve confidentiality. Though, an advertiser might prefer to set up their own confidential system to receive responses from their classified ads. One way of doing this is to create a non-company email address for response […]

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July EA preview: The Rise of the Webinar

Keep an eye out for the July issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine, our annual training issue. This month Bill O’Leary, EA Associate Editor and Fast Forward columnist, writes about how companies and associations are using webinars to save travel expenses and provide customized tutorials. A webinar can simply be defined as a seminar on the […]

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Advertising Tip of the Month #4

In the first advertising tip of the month, the EAblog presented positive words to draw readers to a classified ad and make every word count. Before a company sends in text for a classified ad and after the proper medium to display the classified ad is chosen, a category for the advertisement should be decided. […]

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