Case Study: Because the Grid Isn’t Good Enough for Pharma
Pharmaceutical manufacturing is an intolerant business, particularly when it comes to electrical power. Even minor voltage fluctuations can disrupt critical processes, impact sensitive monitoring equipment and cause production to come to a stop.
At a 600,000 square foot manufacturing and packaging plant in North Carolina, voltage sags considered minor by the local utility were seen by plant engineers as major threats to the sensitive filling, assembly and packaging equipment deployed throughout the plant.
Frustrated by the inability of the local utility to take their issues seriously, the manufacturer turned to UST.