Panels 101: Designing and Building Control Panels

The most critical element that shapes a panel design project must be addressed at the very beginning of a project: where is the completed unit going to be installed? This very basic question dictates the type of protection the enclosure must provide to the equipment. The switchgear inside the enclosure must be protected from the […]

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The Winter Olympics and Data Center Power

Let the games begin! The 2018 Winter games have begun! So far, we have seen some terrific skating, spectacular snowboarding, and intense bobsledding. The games have showcased a great deal of technology, and much of it is driven by cloud resources. To ensure everything is executed on time and lights stay on, a tremendous amount […]

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Are you part of the 95%?

Our technical panel team has over 100 combined years of experience in designing and assembling custom panels. As a value-added service to our customers, our team completes an accuracy review of each schematic panel diagram checking for potential errors and omissions.   Ninety-five percent (95%) of the time, if an issue is discovered, the mishap occurs […]

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Industry Veteran Joins Kele…Meet Rob Benson!

Rob Benson joins Kele, Inc. as Chief Sales Officer, coming from the Johnson Controls field, branch, and regional network. Rob started his career as a sales engineer in Miami, Florida and continued gaining responsibility in leadership roles over 29 years with Johnson Controls. As a former customer, Rob appreciates Kele’s ability to positively impact the […]

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How Belimo butterfly control valves are helping mushrooms grow

In the production plant of Kuhn Champignons AG, seven to eight tons of mushrooms are produced daily. To accelerate the growth, an artificial “autumn climate” is created. Under the ideal temperature and humidity, the mushrooms grow, ripen and become ready for harvest within three weeks. But after 30 years, the existing plant and hydraulics were […]

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Tech Talk: Air Capacity and Consumption – Choosing Electronic to Pneumatic Transducer

When it comes to selecting an electronic to pneumatic (E/P) transducer, the type of input and the pressure range of the output are the most common selection criteria considered. There are a couple of other specifications that are worth reviewing to select the best transducer for the job. These additional specifications are Air Consumption and […]

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