Businesses are under increasing pressure to maximize profits and minimize downtime. In the event of a natural disaster or emergency, it is critical to have a contingency plan in place for continued operations.
Flooding is the most frequently-occurring natural disaster in the U.S. In fact, since 1953, there have been over 1,430 flooding events declared federal disasters. Since water and electricity do not mix, restoring power to water-damaged equipment can be dangerous.
This white paper, “Can Your Electrical Infrastructure Weather a Natural Disaster” identifies steps companies can complete to help restore electrical distribution and control equipment efficiently and safely.
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