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  • The Importance of Having Thermographic Diagnostics
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    This article describes how to identify problems within the electrical distribution system, both when trouble has already hit and in advance, through routine preventive maintenance. Basic how-tos: Electrical load, safety, and emissivity Today’s thermal imagers are rugged, easy to use, and much more affordable than even just a few years ago. That’s making them a realistic solution for everyday electrical Continue Reading
  • Infrared Surveys
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    Electrical Infrared Inspection Today's electrical systems are complex and high performance. Excessive heat relative to the entire system can be a sign of potential problems. These higher temperatures often indicated loose or faulty connections, improper wiring installation, ground faults, short circuits and other common problems in electric equipment. It is often difficult to determine if there is a ticking time Continue Reading
  • Should You Be Doing Electrical Preventive Maintenance? You Bet!
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    Preventive maintenance is not a new concept. People have been doing precautionary work on motors, engines, and other mechanical systems for decades. But when I suggest doing preventive maintenance on electrical distribution systems, I am often met with incredulous looks and the repeated question, "What for? Nothing moves — what could go wrong?" Preventing Electrical Failure A great deal can Continue Reading
  • Electrical Preventative Maintenance
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    Too many people mistakenly think a lack of moving parts means little can go wrong with electrical systems. In fact, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) reports that the failure rate of electrical components is three times higher for systems without preventive maintenance programs. The two top causes of electrical distribution failures — loose connections and parts and Continue Reading

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Jimmy Rye, father of NCB founder Donny Rye, in his office at GE. Jimmy gave Donny his first job at 17, working the night shift rebuilding motors and circuit breakers at GE.

Jimmy Rye, father of NCB founder Donny Rye, in his office at GE. Jimmy gave Donny his first job at 17, working the night shift rebuilding motors and circuit breakers at GE.

National Circuit Breaker is an industry leader in power distribution equipment and services since 1990, offering a broad line of new, used and remanufactured electrical equipment dating back to 1940’s from our wide range of inventory and network suppliers. We also provide shop, engineering and on-site services for all your electrical needs, including remanufacturing circuit breakers, switchgear and related components, maintenance and disaster emergency services.

National Circuit Breaker's number one goal is to give quality and on time service to every customer. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction. Your need is our number one priority. NCB would like to add value to your business through our Pricing, and Quality On Time Service.

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