SPI Patented Pump-Thru Barrier™
The Pump-Thru-Barrier™ incorporates SPI’s Patented Media System that absorbs all oil sheens to non-detectable levels of oil, while allowing rainwater to flow through freely. In the event of a major spill, the Pump-Thru-Barrier™ completely shuts down all flow and prevents any oil from escaping into the environment.

For more information on the Pump-Thru Barrier™ visit us at: https://www.oilbarriers.com/spi-patented-pump-thru-barriers

SPI Patented Pump-Thru Barrier™​

Please contact us to learn more.
Murray@Utility-Specialists.com
Utility-Specialists.com
(800) 733-4837

The Myers Power Products FVR Outdoor Substation Breaker is the ideal marriage of innovation and quality, resulting in a product that offers:

  • High-speed operation – Interrupting time of three cycles or less.
  • Long life – Hermetically sealed interrupters protect contacts from corroding elements and contamination.
  • Ease of maintenance – Interrupter assemblies and contact wear indicators accessible via a bolted panel.
  • Reliability – A minimum of moving parts on the proven motor-driven, spring-charged Type Rl mechanism.
  • Durability – Robust design tested to the highest IBC-2000 seismic standard.
  • Flexibility – Breaker height is adjustable from minimum to maximum in 3 in. increments.

The FVR Outdoor Substation Breaker is proudly manufactured in our IS0-certified North Canton, Ohio factory and available through your local Utility Specialists representative, Murray Beck. Contact us at murray@utility-specialists.com (800)-733-4837 to learn about features and options.

USI is proud to represent Valmont Utility structures in the southeast for the last 40 years.  As an industry-leading provider of transmission and distribution poles, transmission towers, substation components, and renewable energy generation equipment, and a global manufacturing network, Valmont Utility excels in supply chain logistics in service, performance and delivery. We’re partnering with power utilities to take advantage of opportunities like connecting existing power grids to help manage growing demand, bringing renewable energy (wind and solar) into the electric power grid, delivering low or zero environmental impact installations and pioneering drone technology as a critical tool for structure and line inspections. Operating globally, Valmont Utility has 12 North American distribution facilities and 3 in global regions meeting the high stakes delivery challenges.

Daniel@Utility-Specialists.com
(800) 733-4837
Valmont Utility website: http://www.valmont.com/home/products-and-solutions/utility

Shakespeare Round Tapered Tuff-Pole® products start with a specially engineered filament winding process, utilizing manufacturing equipment developed, built and engineered in house. Strands of fiberglass are impregnated with pigmented resin and spirally wound onto a rotating, heated mandrel. The winding is precision applied under continuous, uniform tension, and computer controlled for precision and repeatability – a Shakespeare innovation.

The result is a super-strong, one-piece, composite pole with a uniform surface. The poles contain a minimum of 65 percent fiberglass – maximum 35 percent polyester resin – by weight. We formulate UV-inhibitors into the resin itself, part of our thorough, systematic approach to UV protection.

Shakespeare Lighting and Distribution poles provide you with a light weight, long life product engineered to perform.  Let us know your needs!  murray@utility-specialists.com  (800) 733-4837

https://www.skp-cs.com/

 

Hipotronics is hosting a Hipot round table discussion on Thursday at 11am ET. It is open to all customers.  If you use Hipots or are involved in them in any way this round table is a valuable learning tool.  We encourage you to join us at:   https://www.linkedin.com/posts/hipotronics_join-conversation-activity-6654426233201311744-egh4
This is a great opportunity for you to talk to our engineers and answer any questions you may have about hipot testing.  This is also great chance for any new engineers to learn about HV testing. We look forward to discussing testing with you on Thursday!