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    Fixed vs. Withdrawable: What's the Difference?

    Learn tips on how to compare withdrawable applications with fixed/removable applications in medium voltage equipment.

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    Discover Premset

    The new generation of MV switchgear, featuring the innovative Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) – a new way to design, install, and operate MV networks.

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    Explore the medium voltage ANSI offer

    From medium voltage switchgear to transformers and arc resistant equipment, discover the full suite of products to meet your application needs.

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    FAQs: The dangers of aging electrical equipment

    Aging electrical equipment and components are not only inefficient, they’re potentially dangerous. Read the blog post to learn more.

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    Medium Voltage Distribution & Energy Automation

    From medium voltage switchgear and arc resistant equipment to energy automation, we deliver specific solutions for data centers, commercial and industrial buildings, water/wastewater, healthcare, utilities, oil and gas, and mining, covering all power distribution needs for energy management.
    • What is a Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS)?

      The Premset Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) practically eliminates phase to phase faults and makes the internal current carrying portions of the switchgear incidentally touch-safe.

    • Discover Premset, the new generation of MV switchgear

      Hear about the innovative Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) and its benefits compared to traditional metal-enclosed and metal-clad switchgear.

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    • Investing in Innovation

      We're committed to providing new ways and technologies for our customers to maintain profitable operations in this digital age.

    • Bridging the Gap: North American vs. IEC Standards

      Learn the key difference between the two standards and how to decide which type of equipment is right for you.

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