A Glove Management Program can be affordable and simple

August 10, 2015 | Posted in Electrical Safety News | By

PowerHawke’s Glove Management Program is Simple! Are you adequately managing your employee’s glove sets right now?  Electrically protective gloves need to be tested in six month intervals.  If your employees are on different schedules, that could make it even more

PowerHawke, Inc. Sponsors Business Resiliancy Workshop

September 19, 2012 | Posted in Events | By

PowerHawke is sponsoring the FREE Business Resiliency Workshop being presented by the American Red Cross and Town of Farmington, CT Economic Development Commission, tomorrow, Thursday, September 20, 2012.   People are coming to hear about disaster response for their businesses

How sure are you that your UPS is uninterruptible?

June 30, 2012 | Posted in PowerHawke News | By

Batteries. They are the most critical link in your UPS and are often overlooked. If your critical power system stops functioning, it is important that your batteries are charged, ready and able to take over. PowerHawke can help keep you up

How close to failure is your critical power system

April 13, 2012 | Posted in PowerHawke News | By

Loose connections and faulty parts account for over 30% of all electrical distribution failures – most of which cannot be detected with a visual inspection. The only way to know for sure is with an IR Assessment. NFPA 70B recommends

Have recent outages exposed shortfalls in your emergency power plans?

August 28, 2011 | Posted in PowerHawke News | By

That emergency generator wasn’t really meant to run for such an extended period – was it? It may not have transferred or it may have not been easily connected to your building or you may have found not enough of

How to Maintain and Test UPS Systems, John E. Diamond, Cushman & Wakefield, New York City

August 17, 2010 | Posted in PowerHawke News | By

AVOID critical power problems such as surges, sags, spikes and total failure. Check out this recent EC&M article and think about this:  Simply because a UPS is up and running, doesn’t mean it’s fully operational. FACT: You can test your