26 MayTHE DO’S AND DON’TS OF USING ELECTRICAL EXTENSION CORDS

When you are using an electronic device and need to charge it, you look for the closest power point to plug it in. There are times when you just can”t find a plug point within easy reach; that’s when you look for an electrical extension cord and ...

19 MayELECTRICITY SAVING TIPS FOR THE HOTTER MONTHS

As the summer temperatures soar, people are more inclined to stay indoors for the most part. This also means, they want the temperature in their homes to be cool and comfortable. While no one wants to compromise on the comfort factor by usi...

12 MayWHAT ARE ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMERS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?

Electrical transformers come in various sizes and shapes and there is a distinct possibility that you have seen one in the area your business is located in. The larger transformers are typically grouped together and are found in power plants and isol...

5 MayUNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 3-PHASE AND SINGLE PHASE CIRCUITS

Electricity may either be connected by 230 or 240 volts (these are called single phase circuits that are installed in most residential applications), or 400 & 415 Volts (3-phase). The latter are typically best-suited to provide power to heavy-du...

28 AprilTIPS FOR OUTDOOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY

At this time of the year, the weather in most parts of Australia is perfect to spend time in the outdoor spaces of your home. You can spend leisurely hours lounging around by the pool, or have BBQ parties in your outdoor kitchen, on the pat...

In a new or old home you need to ensure your family's safety around electricity.