Clayton Taylor

Business Development Specialist

Recent Posts

What Makes Phoenix PLC Next Controllers So Ideal for Water/Wastewater Applications?

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

If you manage water/wastewater operations, this is the PLC for you.

Programmable Logic Controllers, also known as PLCs, are small industrial computers containing modular components designed to...


NEMA vs IP Rating: What’s the Difference Between These Two Rating Systems for Industrial Enclosures?

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

Let’s explore what sets these two enclosure protection ratings apart.

Although the focal point of any electrical device will be the design of the device itself, neglecting the enclosure can be a...


Prolong the Life of Your Motor Control Centre with a Preventive Maintenance Regime

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

Take care of your MCC, and your MCC will take care of you.

When it comes to MCCs (motor control centres), proper maintenance will go a long way in prolonging its lifespan and avoiding painful...


Selecting The Appropriate Medium Voltage Switchgear for Your Application

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

Here’s why you might require MV switchgear with single busbars, vs. double busbars

When deciding on the right medium voltage (MV) switchgear for your application, there are some key general...


Learning about MCCs (Motor Control Centers)

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

Controlling multiple motors with a complex (yet very simple) solution

When it comes to a range of different commercial and industrial applications, it is common for several electric motors to be...


How Does an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Work?

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

Learn more about the “brain” of electrical systems

Contrary to what many might believe, using a manual transfer switch that’s used with portable generators isn’t going to make your standby...


What You Should Know About Switchgear

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

There’s more that goes into protecting your electrical equipment than you might think.

Switchgear is the apparatus used for switching, controlling and protecting the electrical circuits and...


When Should You Choose a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)?

Posted by Clayton Taylor in Power Distribution

 

In many cases, a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) is required for electric motors to ensure optimal performance of an application. Let’s talk about the certain situations where you should...