Powerstar, a unique voltage optimisation system





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Published on Oct 21, 2011

Powerstar is a unique voltage optimisation system with a patented design that actively reduces a considerable portion of your electrical energy consumption. It has been proven to save up to 26.1% of consumed electricity. Powerstar reduces your carbon footprint and its users can qualify for carbon credits.

Each Powerstar is manufactured to match site specific requirements thus ensuring precise voltage optimisation. Our system matches the existing voltage pattern - albeit dropped by a set amount.

Powerstar voltage optimisation systems also optimise the supply by filtering out harmonics and protecting against damaging transients (power spikes) of up to 25,000V. This in turn leads to greater efficiency and increases the life expectancy of on-site equipment, also reducing maintenance costs.

Fully designed and manufactured in the UK, the Powerstar system is a worldwide market leader in voltage optimisation. It is manufactured to the highest efficiency, holding the acclaimed Made in Sheffield accreditation.

Powerstar is not an off-the-shelf product; it represents an engineering solution with a fully supportive approach from the outset to ensure the best solution is identified for your site.

Powerstar voltage optimisers have been saving energy and carbon for years and have become one of the most recognisable and trusted names in the business. The Powerstar team has built a reputation as engineers first and foremost -- not salespeople.

Website: http://powerstar.com/ to view our Star range
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PowerstarVO
Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Powersta...
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/emsc

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