Over 35 Years of Experience

In the electric power industry
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    OUR MISSION

    The key to IDC Engineering’s prosperity is firmly rooted in client satisfaction. As client satisfaction is directly related to the professional and reliable completion of engineering projects, the focus on quality is critical.Read More »

    EMPHASIS ON EXCELLENCE

    • Over 35 Years Experience in the Electric Power Industry

    • NFPA 70E Arc Flash Assessment and Training

    • Process Quality Control

    • Licensed and Insured

    • On-site Power Monitoring with State of the Art equipment

    • Grounding Evaluations •Read More »

    OUR SERVICES

    We provide many services to fit your needs, including Design Services, System Studies, Power Quality, Quality Control, Harmonic Evaluation, and Arc Flash Assessment. Visit the Services page for more information.Read More »

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    Some interesting facts & numbers.
    Competent industrial electrical design demands that service itself be conducted in a professional, contentious and efficient manner, but that the result be practical, safe and sensible for the client.
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    Often called the “Road Map” of an electrical system, the Single Line Diagram provides the plant professional with the immediate tools necessary to understand, operate and troubleshoot the plant’s electrical system.
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    Utilizing equipment by Reliable Power Meters, Fluke, Delta Trak and others, a comprehensive Power Quality Analysis can be conducted.
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    The key to IDC Engineering’s prosperity is firmly rooted in client satisfaction. As client satisfaction is directly related to the professional and reliable completion of engineering projects, the focus on quality is critical.
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    With today’s widespread application of modern production equipment, non-linear loads are becoming prevalent, and are at the same time underscoring the weaknesses inherent in early plant electrical system design.
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    Arc Flash is the result of a rapid release of energy due to an arcing fault between a phase bus bar and another phase bus bar, neutral or a ground. During an arc fault, the air is the conductor.
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