understanding how the kvar energy saving device works

happy owners of a kvar energy saving device.

Our energy controllers (the KEC “box”) reclaim, store and supply power to inductive motors and loads. 
In layman’s terms, consider that all induction loads consume two kinds of power: Reactive power and working power of kilowatt. 
The working power performs the work of the motor. 
The only function of reactive power is to develop the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) to ground the induction windings of the motor. 
Now, this is where it gets good.  The KEC stores the reactive power needed to create EMFs within the inductive loads.  As the motor operates, this reactive power is ‘pulled and pushed’ to and from the KEC by the motor.  The reactive motor is now reclaimed and recycled by the KEC resulting in such power being supplied on the spot.  Since reactive power is supplied locally, motors run cooler and more efficiently.  This results in significant dollar savings on your energy bill in terms of energy and electric demand being saved, and longer equipment life.

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