Mechanical engineers must understand and meet various national and local codes when specifying high-temperature hot-water boilers and associated systems.
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Designed to control traditional and emerging motor technologies through 600 HP, the GA800 handles applications ranging from simple fans and pumps to high performance test dynamometers requiring precise regulation.
This case study outlines how the monitoring system was set up and utilized throughout the process.