Best Practices for Decoupling from Power Utility Ground
This presentation will focus on strategies to 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.
- April 14, 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
- Free Event
Meet The Speakers
Phil Eggen Business Development Manager
Phil has over 20 years of pipeline engineering experience, with the last 15 in integrity management and corrosion engineering. His experience was initiated at Nicor Gas as a Corrosion Manager overseeing 24,000 miles of steel pipe and then continued with EN Engineering where he managed the Corrosion Engineering Team for 6 years. Phil is now at Dairyland Electrical Industries where he is helping customers solve AC mitigation and station decoupling issues. Phil has been active in NACE for over 10 years through the local section and through the NACE National Meetings. He has also served on the American Gas Association (AGA) corrosion committee. Phil is a registered Professional Engineer in Illinois and holds a NACE CP2-Cathodic Protection Technician certificate. Phil is an avid outdoorsman where he enjoys duck hunting, deer hunting, bicycle riding, and golf. Phil volunteers with his church, the Boy Scouts and Ducks Unlimited Read Bio.