For decades, Dynapower has built rectifiers and switchmode power supplies of varying sizes to power electrolyzers that generate clean burning hydrogen to power numerous industrial processes. With the help of our DC/DC converters and inverters, Dynapower is now helping to power the production of hydrogen fuel with clean renewable energy from solar and wind furthering the impact of hydrogen on the decarbonization of our fuel supply.
SOUTH BURLINGTON, VERMONT — Dynapower is pleased to announce Milton CAT as a Value Added Reseller (VAR) of Dynapower energy storage systems for the North East Region. Milton CAT is also the Caterpillar dealer for Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and upstate New York—with hundreds of MWs of power generated throughout their territory every year.
“Milton CAT has not only the experience in the utility sector, but also the engineering team to work with us to successfully deploy energy storage—in all its complexities—in New England for behind-the-meter and front-of-the-meter applications,” said Chris Larsen, Dynapower’s Director of Energy Storage.
Dear Dynapower Customers,
Dynapower is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our customers and our employees. As the impact of COVID-19 grows in North America and worldwide, I want to update you with the steps the Dynapower team is taking to help protect against the spread of the virus while supporting our customers and taking care of our employees.
Supporting Our Customers
Our corporate headquarters in South Burlington, VT and satellite office in Union City, CA are currently open and functioning with ‘Work Remotely’ policies in effect, as appropriate. A responsible blend of on-site employees and remote workers are supporting critical operations and our extensive customer base, many of which are classified as essential companies supporting the global effort to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
Continuing with our commitment to support our customers, our team is providing global technical support 24/7 & shipping critical spare parts around the world. Our sales, engineering and technical support teams are fully online and will continue to be available in a remote capacity to support our customers throughout the ‘pandemic’.
24/7 Technical Support (800)-332-1111 or (802)-860-7200
Our Service team is ready to support your repair and maintenance needs. In order to protect our team and our customers, we are heeding the advice of the CDC to restrict all non-essential travel for our employees. As such, and in support of our customers. we have equipped our team with technology to troubleshoot and walkthrough repairs via video calls or over the phone. We are set up with Microsoft teams, FaceTime, Skype or GoToMeeting, to support you virtually.
We appreciate the trust you place in Dynapower and are here to support you.
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Dynapower President Adam Knudsen appeared before both the House Committee on Commerce and Economic Development and the House Committee on Energy & Technology last Thursday to support Bill H. 676—which aims to make Vermont a leader in clean grid optimization, create jobs and help the state meet its renewable energy and climate emission goals.
“Vermont can be a leader in both how our energy is managed and in how we motivate and incentivize job creation. Very few times in modern history have we seen the opportunity to have this level of impact.” — Adam Knudsen, Dynapower President
Mr. Knudsen opened by presenting an overview Dynapower’s four business sectors with a focus on its fast-growing energy storage segment.
We’ve published several articles on the basics of rectifier maintenance and the Preventative Maintenance (PM) packages that we offer. Today, let’s look at one of Dynapower’s recent visits to a manufacturing facility in Texas to see one of our PM programs in action.
Recently, Dynapower’s Repairs Supervisor Remington Schieffer traveled down to Texas with two other team members, Industrial Sales Rep Philip Points and the Regional Texas Service Technician Justin Kohler, to deliver information designed to improve a key client’s process and rectifier uptime.
2019 was a big year for Dynapower. Whether it was helping our customers choose the perfect rectifier for their manufacturing process or leading the pack in the growing energy storage industry, Dynapower was more than happy to get the job done effectively and safely.
We are proud to serve customers in nearly every region of the world to make a truly positive impact in people’s lives. This includes reducing our dependency on fossil fuels through the adoption of energy storage systems, Navy magnetic silencing, 20MW chopper systems in mines around the world, ballast water treatment and helping build cars, planes and houses through metal finishing.
That said, here are some top projects from 2019.
While you’re familiar with our groundbreaking energy storage products, you may not be so familiar with the people behind those products. Today, we’re going to highlight one of those people.
Patrick Carroll is the Energy Storage Service Leader here at Dynapower. He joined the company back in 2015.
“I’ve always been mechanically inclined even when I was a kid,” Patrick says. “Once, I took my tricycle apart and my dad got up and said ‘I’m not putting that back together’ so I did it myself.”
Dynapower has specialized in power conversion solutions for a wide variety of industries and applications since 1963. These applications include energy storage, mining, metal finishing, chemical production and magnetic silencing and much more. Let’s take a closer look at some of the applications that our systems power.
Dynapower offers a complete line of custom and standard rectifiers to meet all of your plating and metal finishing needs. Our designs have a host of cooling and control options to meet the demands of your operation. We offer both SCR and SMPS rectifiers–which are backed by unparalleled technical support and documentation. Plated consumer products that Dynapower’s rectifiers have helped power the process of include:
- Airplane, car, and motorcycle parts
- Metal baseball bats
- Non-stick pan coatings
- Oscar statuettes
- Surgical equipment
- Consumer Electronics
A couple weeks ago, we published a piece on the different types of maintenance approaches for your rectifiers and industrial power systems. These included three types of maintenance: reactive maintenance, preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance.
In this piece, we highlighted the disadvantages of adopting a purely reactive maintenance approach and shed some light on the benefits of adopting a preventive maintenance and ultimately, a predictive maintenance approach.
To recap, preventive maintenance is primarily based on anticipating failures and updates based on manufacturer recommendations while predictive maintenance is all about using data analysis to dial in your machines to achieve the maximum lifetime value out of them and give you the greatest process and product possible.
At Dynapower, we take our commitment to the local community very seriously. As such, we organize company volunteer days where employees are encouraged to take a day to help out local organizations.
Our latest Dynapower Volunteer Day happened on Friday, October 18th in Burlington, Vermont.
Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity had been looking for eight volunteers to help out at their Convent Square project in Burlington. Dynapower was happy to fill all eight spots and our volunteers had a blast aiding in the construction of a home for a local family in need.