How Your Plant Can Lower its Bills Using Power Factor Correction

Identify Savings and Improve Efficiency by Measuring Your PF
CHESTERLAND OH—July 23, 2014

In electrical engineering, Power Factor (PF) is the ratio of real power to the apparent power flowing to the load from the source. From a business standpoint it’s important to understand how having a low Power Factor raises your plant or factory’s power bill. At CAS DataLoggers we present this article to help you identify this value and use corrective techniques to raise it for substantial savings and greater equipment efficiency. Read more in our latest Datalogging Tutorial page.