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ESL launches company blog

Reefer plug and receptacle manufacturer ESL Power Systems has launched a new, fortnightly blog under the name Power Post.
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Drawing on the company’s 20+ years in the electrical manufacturing industry, ESL says Power Post will provide a variety of relevant resources, tools, and tips to educate, streamline processes and encourage safe practice.

The blog authors will come from multiple areas within ESL, including marketing, engineering and sales, while occasional guest bloggers will also be featured. Posts will be content-rich and presented in a quick, easy-to-digest format.

The first blog includes useful information and a video on how to prevent reefer plugs and connectors from exploding due to water ingress, which can result in injury to the operator and damage to the plug, receptacle and surrounding equipment, and the importance of following the manufacturer’s installation procedures closely.

The blog can be found at http://www.eslpwr.com/blog

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