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Surge Apps


Why THOR SYSTEMS’ Surge Protection? SA-001
Bottom Feed SPDs SA-002
Case Study – Manufacturing SA-003
Risk Assessment – Sizing Surge Protection SA-004
Modular vs. Non-Modular, Which & Why SA-005
Specs Define Effective Surge Protection SA-006
Growing Necessity of Surge Protection SA-007
Grounding for Effective Surge Protection SA-008
Why Cascade Surge Protection SA-009
Hybrid Designs Enhance Surge Protection SA-010
Why ATSs Need SPDs SA-011
Cause & Effect of UL 1449 3rd Edition SA-012
Fault Current (kAIC) Ratings SA-013
Integral vs. Non-Integral Surge Protection SA-014
How Many Modes of Surge Protection (7 vs. 10 Modes) SA-015
SPD Monitoring & Connection Methods SA-016
The Silent Electrical Storm SA-017
Low Impedance & Performance (Twisted Rope-Lay) SA-018
Identify & Realize Profit Opportunities SA-019
Why UPSs Need SPDs SA-020
Surge Protection is Not in the Budget SA-021
SPDs for the Contractor SA-022
SPD Noise Filtering SA-023
THOR SYSTEMS is a Resource SA-024
All Surge Protection is Not Equal SA-025
Surge Protection for Data/Telcom SA-026
Surge Protection & UL 96A SA-027
MVPN “Point of Sale” SA-028
Do You Have Appropriate Surge Protection SA-029
Case Study – Statesville SA-030
Lost Productivity SA-031
THOR Systems Products – Ul 1449 4th Edition SA-047
Electrical power quality problems cost the United States industries over $100 billion annually
80% of voltage surges and transients are caused by changes in electrical demand, inside the user's facility