Gradient Control Mats for Personnel Protection
Are you protecting your personnel from step and touch voltage potentials in your stations?
This brief but informative webinar will review the basics of touch and step potential voltage limits. A comparison will be made between various types of protection systems and shows how the Dairyland Gradient Control Mat is a far superior choice to other options.
Presentation Time = Approximately 20 mins followed by 10 min Q&A.
- May 14, 10:00 am - 10:30 am CDT
- Free Event
Meet The Speakers
Tim Bechtel Business Development Leader
Tim has been in the corrosion industry since 2009 working as a contractor on projects throughout the United States. These projects ranged from installing cathodic protection systems, leak detection, coating inspection, and coating remediation. In April of 2018, Tim moved over to Dairyland Electrical Industries, which if you don’t know, manufactures devices that improve cathodic protection systems and also address common grounding and safety issues. As a Business Development Leader, Tim, answers questions from around the world that involve issues ranging from decoupling facilities to improve cp systems, addressing unbalanced loads on electric distribution facilities affecting the dairy industry, galvanic isolation in the marine industry, rail issues, and so on. Tim received his bachelor’s from Central Michigan University in 1992 and his MBA in 2019. Tim is a NACE certified CP 2 and a CIP 3. Outside of work, Tim enjoys running long distances and has completed over forty marathons and two ultra-marathons. Read Bio.