Best Practices for Decoupling from Power Utility Ground
Facilities can sometimes pose complex decoupling challenges due to the many pieces of equipment, structures and grounding systems that can be found in them. This presentation will focus on strategies to effectively decouple a facility from the upstream utility grounding system.
What you’ll learn/Timeline
Attendees will learn the options available on where to place a decoupler at the entrance of power into a facility. The options to be reviewed will be decoupling at the main service panel and decoupling at the utility transformer.
Presentation Time = Approximately 60 mins.
- October 20, 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
- Free Event
Meet The Speakers
Tony Castillo Business Development Specialist
Tony joined Dairyland Electrical Industries, the world’s leading manufacturer of solid-stat decoupling products used to isolate cathodically protected structures from grounding systems, in 2014 as Electrical Design Engineer where he focused on new product design, product research, product testing, and application support. Recently, he transitioned to Business Development with a focus on international markets. When not in the office, Tony enjoys road and mountain biking, time with family and anything related with cars. Read Bio.