White Paper - Reduce the Risk of Equipment Failure
When designing an electrical system, reducing the risk of failure is a top priority. By making the best selections and ensuring proper installation of the termination, your end product can meet industry standards for your current application. This paper highlights an efficient process to properly identify and install connections to ensure quality performance and reliability while reducing service work.
There are several steps to take to reduce risk of failure when installing wiring. First, design with products that meet industry standards such as UL, CSA, or DFARS. Make sure the products you choose work in the application environment of the end product - not just where it’s installed in the manufacturing facility. This will ensure reliability and performance over the life of the product. Once you select the right products, proper crimping and installation are just as important as selecting the right product.
How to reduce the risk of equipment failure:
- Design with right product
- Properly crimp and install connection
- Inspect to ensure performance and reliability
In addition, we’ll review case studies on the following:
- Industry Best Practices for Product Application
- Industry Best Practices for Proper Crimping
- Industry Best Practices for Proper Inspection
Learn more on reducing these risks in your next design and download this informative white paper.
We invite you to join our on-demand webinar and learn how to reduce the risk of equipment failure
Vince Barone, Product Strategy and Enablement Manager, Panduit
Brendan Haas, Product Manager, Panduit
Reduce the risk of equipment failure by selecting the best products that meet industry standards. In this Webinar, you will learn about an efficient process to properly crimp and install connections to help meet the needs of your application. The presentation will also discuss what to look for to ensure quality performance and reliability while reducing service work. We’ll also review several case studies to help determine best practices for product applications.