One of the biggest fears of any laboratory manager, research scientist, or instrument technician is the thought that dirty power may be affecting their ability to effectively operate critical analytical instrumentation. Dirty power causes flickering lights and leads to stressed components that overheat within the equipment. This stress often manifests in intermittent and premature failure of the equipment. Equipment failure is costly and involves expensive repairs and loss of production. You can lessen the effects of dirty power and power outages by implementing time-tested solutions proactively.