SOURCE: Industrial Info Resources

May 07, 2007 08:01 ET

Stabilize the Fuel That Feeds Your Plant and Eliminate Production Downtime With SoftSwitching Technologies, a Feature of Industry Today on Industrial Info Radio

SUGAR LAND, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 7, 2007 -- Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) will host SoftSwitching Technologies Incorporated (Middleton, Wisconsin) as its special guest on Radio Monday, May 7, 2007, as a part of "Industry Today," a weekly internet radio broadcast featuring technology, industry trends and company executives. SoftSwitching Technologies is dedicated to creating solutions that help eliminate production downtime caused by nuisance trips and minor fluctuations in power quality. Through the use of patented technologies, SoftSwitching enables customers to understand and correct power quality problems, to maximize productivity and profit, and deliver consistent power to the manufacturing floor with no batteries, no dangerous moving parts and no expensive software packages.

Modern manufacturing is all about automation utilizing sophisticated microprocessors and computers to deliver tight tolerances, exceptional quality control, and predictable output like never before, until there's a blip in the power! And that's the catch. A 250-millisecond voltage sag -- not even enough to make the lights flicker -- can throw your sensitive automation equipment offline and bring your processes to a grinding halt. SoftSwitching's Dynamic Sag Correctors (DySC) are an innovative battery-free industrial power quality solution like no other available on the market protecting industrial and commercial loads from the most prevalent power quality problems.

SoftSwitching Technologies designs, manufactures and supports all of its power quality products in its own manufacturing plant providing them a unique perspective on the critical role of clean power. Join Steve Verrett, Director of Business Development with SoftSwitching Technologies along with Crazy Al of "Industry Today" to learn how to protect from power blips and prevent costly unscheduled downtime of your manufacturing operations.

Click Here to join the LIVE broadcast Monday, May 7, 2007, at 10:30 a.m. (EST). If you miss the show, Click Here to visit Industrial Info Radio Archive to hear it or any of the over 210 previous "Industry Today" shows covering topics important to industry spending, including trends, outlooks, and focus segments on specific industries.

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