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We're glad to bring you webinars on various topics to help you better plan your critical infrastructure. Missed a webinar? Listen to one of our recent webinars or see which topics will be discussed in upcoming opportunities.
DVL Power Hour: Power Control Systems with Russelectric
Recorded on July 14, 2020 | Access Webinar
In this webinar, we'll be sitting down with Russelectric®, who manufactures high-integrity on-site power control systems to help ensure 100% uptime without disruptions or aberrations. We partner together to deliver power control solutions to hospitals, data centers, airports, water treatment, renewable energy, DoD and other mission-critical facilities.
DVL Power Hour: Don't Lose Your Cool(ing)
Recorded on June 24, 2020 | Access Webinar
Summer temperatures are rising, along with increased stresses to your cooling systems… and to your peace of mind. Improperly conditioned facilities can result in a myriad of problems from IT hardware malfunctions to loss of employee productivity. Properly maintaining this infrastructure ensures operation at the highest possible reliability level.
NFPA Standards & Generator UL
Listings with Generac
Recorded on May 28, 2020 | Access Webinar
This webinar is a chapter from the Generac Professional Development Seminar Series. An introduction to Underwriters Laboratories’ (UL) standards and the impact of those standards for standby power generation.
DVL Power Hour:
Standby Solutions with Generac
Recorded on May 26, 2020 | Access Webinar
In this webinar we'll be discussing the latest trends and drivers of generators and Standby Power Solutions. Joining us will be members of the Generac Team that include John Semrad, National Sales Manager and Mike Kirchner, Technical Support Manager as they share insight.
Keeping a Critical Eye on Critical Infrastructure
Recorded on May 14, 2020 | Access Webinar
As the world adjusts to the demands of a “New Normal”, those building and operating Critical Infrastructure are not immune to the required changes – and gaps in visibility caused by these changes. But even before the Coronavirus, monitoring the powering and cooling of a facility had evolved past ‘a Tech hoofing to check-out an alarm’.
Healthcare Facilities, Pandemics, and Preparing Critical Infrastructure
Recorded on April 14, 2020 | Access Webinar
We will discuss options for building out your critical infrastructure to support the rising need of increased capacities in Healthcare facilities. This will include Power and Cooling solutions for those building Coronavirus testing areas and operational improvements for insights into the status of critical facilities.