AC WORKS® Connector — Technical

Air Conditioning and Heating Units

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Window air conditioners are used in hot climates or during seasons of hot weather in homes that do not have central air systems installed into their home.  They typically cool a room or a small area from 150-2700 square feet.  The owner installs the unit into their window or permanently through the wall.  They are a great source of cooling/heating and are also great to supplement in rooms or areas.  There are so many options to choose from when it comes to window units.  Some units are more efficient than others and work in different methods to cool the air...

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Power Distribution for Generators
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Swimming Pool Pump Power

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

How do you keep your pool swim ready, by keeping it clean?  The most important part of keeping your pool clean is the swimming pool pump.  There are a variety of pool pumps including in ground and above ground featuring weather-resistant and corrosion free housings.  AC WORKS® brand products can help you power your swimming pool pump.  

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PRESS RELEASE: RSNA

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Join the brightest minds in radiology and learn about the latest research and technological advances from top industry leaders.  Medical research and technology advancement is a top priority for Radiology professionals around the globe.  This December, Cordtec Power Corp., our affiliate company will be exhibiting in the Radiology Society of North America's Annual Meeting. 

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High Voltage Commercial Kitchen Appliances

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

If you are curious about the electrical connections of large restaurant kitchens, you may be wondering: how different are the connections compared to my kitchen at home? Are there other specific electrical connections required that a home kitchen wouldn’t need?

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Differences Between NEMA 6-50 and NEMA TT-30

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In the world of electrical connections, there are quite a few plugs and outlets that look very similar to each other.  In the past, we have discussed differences in locking plugs and outlets most often associated with generators, and the differences with the outlet and plugs you can find in your home. There is another set that looks a little similar but serves very different purposes. This set is the NEMA 6-50 and NEMA TT-30. The confusion usually starts because of the number of prongs each has and the way they are set up. As you can see, they both...

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