Tag Archives: Electrical Apparatus

Precision Expands

Birmingham location will house Coil & Rotor, High Voltage divisions Precision Coil and Rotor, the industrial service company dedicated to the manufacturing and rebuilding of component products for rotating electrical machines up to 13.8 kV, is expanding its high voltage division, the company announced in an October 17 press release sent to Electrical Apparatus. Precision […]

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High Voltage Hipots

New portable AC hipot released from upstate N.Y. company Upstate New York-based company High Voltage, Inc., a test equipment manufacturer that produces over half its inventory for the export market, announced the release of a new CE marked portable AC hipot this week. The new portable can be used for testing switchgear, vacuum interrupters, and […]

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Crimson Ties

OTC of Columbus acquires South Carolina service center Ohio Transmission Corporation, an industrial equipment service provider and distributor headquartered in Columbus, OH, announces the acquisition of Crimson Electric, Inc., a company located in South Carolina. Founded in 1954, Crimson Electric is one of the older electrical apparatus service centers in the Carolinas. The company specializes […]

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A Day at the Market

New market analysis shows changing landscape A new report was released by HTF Market Intelligence this Monday, showing the current market shares held by major electrical apparatus companies and predicting future growth. The research covers the current market size of the global electrical apparatus market and its growth rates based on five-year history data along with company […]

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PEARL Makeover

Name, logo, leadership changes highlight 20th anniversary As it reaches its twentieth year, The Professional Electrical Apparatus Reconditioning League (PEARL) is undergoing a bit of a ‘reconditioning’ process itself. For one, its name has changed, albeit a small tweak that still fits snugly into one of the better acronyms out there. The ‘R’ in ‘reconditioning’ […]

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GE: Garden Enshrinement

Logos will appear on Boston Celtics jerseys next season General Electric is seeing green in 2017. Celtic green, that is. The company announced a multiyear partnership with the Boston Celtics on Wednesday that includes data and analytics service provisions, $7 million to the team, and one McHale of an advertising spot. GE logo patches, seen below, […]

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Advertising Tip #16: Supplement with digital

The Electrical Apparatus magazine has been in print for over 50 years, and we are proud to publish a magazine focused on the electromechanical community. Each issue is made up of articles from our editors and advertisements, yet when we created the Direct and Current e-newsletter and the upcoming Electrical Apparatus podcast we wanted another venue for […]

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Electric Motors: Up and Running

Industry reports on electric motor market show promise The electric motors market is expanding—most notably in recent years to envelop the rapid growth of automobile applications. However, the state of this industry and the ascending outlook of its market includes much more than that. Two recent reports have been released on the electric motors market, […]

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Westinghouse Mansion Bought

Hidden landmark of electrical giant purchased for bargain A few months back, we featured a newsletter item about an ageless coil winder. In it we included some of the history of Teco-Westinghouse as a company. What wasn’t mentioned is that the family behind George Westinghouse, the man who created the corporate giant, lived at an elegant mansion outside […]

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Advertising Tip #15: QR Codes in Print Ads

A Quick Response Code or QR code is a matrix barcode that when scanned with a phone or other compatible digital devices, leads to a web page or information about the product. Using a QR Code on a print advertisement is an effective way to connect digital marketing with a print audience along with quick […]

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