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Wire and Water Don’t Mix

Wire and Water Don’t Mix

O OK, so you are probably wondering what’s going on in this photo. Well it’s part of a little experiment I conducted over the recent holiday break. I had been working on an article for Cruising World magazine that was related to hidden damage to boats that may have been damaged and ultimately “totaled” by the insurance company down in Continue Reading »

Corrosion Protection, What Are the Numbers?

Corrosion Protection, What Are the Numbers?

One of the questions I get periodically is what the correct numbers should be when checking a boat for appropriate levels of cathodic protection. Or, written in proper lay terms (totally inappropriate technical terms): “So, what should the numbas be if I want to make sure my boat won’t get attacked by electrolysis?” Its a good question and deserves a Continue Reading »

2018 New Year with New Posts

2018 New Year with New Posts

Forgive my absence for the last several months. Besides being incredibly busy with a multitude of projects that have been taking much longer to get done than ever expected, we have been working on the back end of EBT to make it smoother and more reliable as well as easier for me to use. Well, the IT folks are done Continue Reading »

Hubbell Helps Solve Isolation Transformer Dilemma

Hubbell Helps Solve Isolation Transformer Dilemma

Well I’m just back from the annual IBEX show in Tampa Florida and have some good news for those installers and boat builders that use shore power isolation transformers. Last January our industry was a bit stunned when the long time supplier, Charles Industries dropped its marine products line, all rather suddenly and without much notice to its customers by Continue Reading »

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