Live Webinar: Properly Sizing Your Generator
NOV 14, 2018 - NOV 14, 2018
November 14th, 10:00 AM ET
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand how environmental factors can affect your power generation solution.
- Learn how different types of enclosures affect generator sizing.
- Know what data is required for proper machine sizing.
- Develop the ability to create better specifications for your power supply needs.
- Applications Engineers
- Engineering Management & senior level
- Facilities Management
- Purchasing Manager
- Design Engineers
- Project & Program Management
- Supply Chain Management
Ensuring trouble-free and efficient generator operation
Power generation is needed in an endless variety of locations and environments, with each installation having different factors affecting generator requirements. Incorrect generator sizing can be disastrous in any power generation project if particular installation factors are not properly taken into account.
This webinar will introduce common factors that can affect your power supply, and will explain why the correct sizing of your generator is essential to producing the best results. You will gain a better understanding of how winding pitch, temperature rise, altitude, harmonics and other factors affect your end power solution. The webinar will also discuss different agency standards and how these requirements determine generator size as well.
Understanding all mechanical and electrical considerations that factor into properly sizing a generator is key to ensure trouble-free and efficient generator operation. Register for this webinar here to make sure your future power generation projects are properly planned.
Jacob graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, and has 5 years of experience with Nidec-Kato Engineering working as an Electrical Engineer.
Manager, Standard Product and Applications Engineering
Travis Kittleson graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2005 with a bachelor’s in EET. He spent the first 7 years of his career developing control systems for automotive and industrial HVAC service equipment. In 2012 he joined KATO Engineering where he is currently the Manager of Standard Product and Applications Engineering