IEM offers technical specifications for power quality issues

FREMONT, Calif., September 24, 2001 – Industrial Electric Mfg. (IEM), a manufacturer of power quality solutions, has released detailed technical specifications on power quality issues, including power factor correction, harmonic mitigation, and surge suppression.

Designed to support consultants, designers, plant engineers and utility personnel, the specifications cover low voltage and medium voltage along with metal-enclosed products. The specifications also provide information about selecting and sizing individual equipment and total system solutions. At the same time, IEM has introduced a new series of descriptive literature for 240-600vac capacitors and harmonic filters, 2.4-34.5kv capacitors and filters, integrated systems, and mobile capacitors to 242kv.

Chuck Gougler, IEM’s Manager of Power Quality Business, puts this announcement in context. “Today’s business environment is overwhelmed with many operational considerations. Specific to power quality and energy management, IEM has the ability to provide a wide range of standalone and integrated solutions, which can make an immediate impact not only on how a company functions, but also on its profitability.”

IEM, a division of TelTek, is the nation’s largest independent full-line electrical power distribution and power quality manufacturer. For more than 50 years, the company has been a supplier to the high tech industry. The company’s unique operational model enables speed and flexibility throughout every aspect of sales, engineering, manufacturing and support.

IEM’s engineering and production resources are strategically located throughout the United States to provide timely and effective solutions for the rapidly evolving needs of customers in today’s deregulated electrical utility environment. Corporate offices are located in Fremont, California.

For more information, visit the company’s website at

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