Power Quality Analysis

We monitor your network for a while with the power quality analyzer. While producing your power statistics with detailed reports, we offer solutions specific to your economic and industrial facility.

Three quality is the ability of the electrical network to provide a clean and stable power supply. An excellent power supply is always available, no noise, and always falls between voltage and frequency tolerances. Without quality power, any electrical device may malfunction, malfunction early or not work.

Poor power quality has become one of the most serious problems of industrial plants and is one of the most cost-effective and economic advantage areas.

Poor power quality and network problems are common in most factories. It causes loss of production while solving the problems caused. Addressing power quality issues accurately is the largest cost reduction opportunity in the industry.

We monitor power quality in industrial plants with analyzers for a while and offer power quality reports and solutions in EN 50160 or IEEE 1159 standards.

The factors that cause deterioration of power quality and their solutions are listed below.

  • Low  Voltage 

Causes: Short circuit, switching of large loads (motor starting, etc.).

Consequences: Process interruption or shutdown: data loss, incorrect data, opening of contactors , locking of drives, slowing or stopping of motors , gas discharge lamps. 

Solution Suggestions: UPS, real-time reagent stabilizer, dynamic electronic voltage regulator, soft start, serial electronic booster. Increasing short circuit power, Changing selectivity settings of protection devices

  • Harmonics

Causes: Nonlinear loads (speed controllers, arc furnaces, welding machines, gas discharge bulbs, fluorescent lamps, etc.). 

Consequences: Overloads (neutral conductors, sources, etc.), involuntary opening, rapid aging, low energy efficiency, low efficiency

Solution Suggestions: Anti harmonic shock coil, passive and active filter, hybrid filter, shock coil, Controlling pollutant loads, reducing the power values ​​of the device

  • Temporary Overvoltages

Causes: Malfunctions caused by the Operating and Distribution Network, atmospheric effects, malfunctions caused by internal and external installation

Consequences: Locking of drives, unintentional opening, failure of fastening equipment, fire, operating losses.

  • Voltage Unbalance

Causes: Unbalanced loads (large single phase loads etc.)

Consequences: Reverse motor torque (vibration) and overheating of asynchronous machines.

Solution Suggestions: Balance the loads. Shunt electronic stabilizer, dynamic electronic voltage regulator.