retrofill

retrofill,

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Schneider Electric's Livermore facility will offer application and design engineering, switchgear modernization solutions, motor control center retrofill solutions and custom switchgear and solutions.
Retrofill is generally less expensive than retrofit, can be accomplished with less dispersion, and is viable when replacement calls for major structural modifications.
Retrofill minimizes PCB risks and is often the most cost-effective choice.
These amendments reaffirmed the EPA's belief that retrofill is an effective way to curtail the hazards of PCB transformers.
In addition, the utility announced it will retrofill its largest transformer from petroleum-based coolant to the safer soy-based product.
In 2011, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved FR3 fluid for Capital Treatment, allowing public utilities to capitalize all costs incurred to retrofill a transformer with the bio-based dielectric coolant.
In 2008, FR3 fluid was approved and listed for the USDA BioPreferred program, and in 2011 FERC approved FR3 fluid for Capital Treatment, which allows utilities to capitalize all costs incurred to retrofill a transformer with the bio-based dielectric coolant.
have announced an exclusive agreement in which the nationwide WES Service organization will provide field retrofill services using Cooper Power Systems' new environmentally friendly Envirotemp(R) FR3(TM) coolant for transformers and substation equipment.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5 announced it has recently issued an administrative complaint against Transformer Inspection Retrofill Corp.
Beyond the $71,000 penalty, the Port is voluntarily spending approximately $200,000 on projects to clean up PCB contamination and either remove or retrofill PCB transformers at the site.
11 per share, was recognized in the 1991 period from the sale of a transformer retrofill service business.