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December 12, 2016

We are pleased to announce that Power Equipment Sales has been named as the exclusive Sales Representative Firm for Harmonics Limited Inc. in New England.

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September 19, 2016

Harmonics Limited featured in High-Profile Magazine

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save energy, reduce costs, increase sustainability!

As budgets shrink and the demand for “green technology” expands, both the states and the federal government  have sought new ways of extending available funds and employing them in an environmentally favorable way. Harmonics Limited’s patented HSS® technology makes these objectives attainable! The following government organizations have already adopted this technology: Fort Polk (LA),  Dallas Police Department (TX), Vermont National Guard (VT), FDNY (NYC) and multiple facilities in the State of California.

Much of government’s non-human operating costs go to servicing the computers, largely in data centers, which enable government programs to run and be effective. These computers, which are non-linear loads, must run 24x7 for much of the year, and they create harmonic currents including the 3rd harmonic which can cause severe, long term damage: lost capacity, excess heat, increased energy requirements and more carbon emissions. The extra energy required also means it costs more to run each computer.

HL’s Harmonic Suppression System can be deployed in new projects with the use of a TransMax transformer, with the HSS already integrated, or, through the application of a SysteMax which can be added to any transformer already in operation. The HSS will restore system capacity, reduce the risk of excess heat, lower the energy demanded and save from 4% to 8% of energy costs annually for the life of the transformer. When one also realizes that a smaller carbon footprint ensues and that the initial cost of the technology is recovered quickly (a quick and compelling ROI result), the Harmonics Limited products become the preferred way to drive today’s power distribution units.