Pure Power

LARGEST, UNDUPLICATED CIRCULATION IN THE INDUSTRY

Pure Power delivers in-depth technical content every quarter to 100,000 key industry professionals working for consulting firms, industrial plants, and electrical contractors. It is produced and distributed by Consulting-Specifying Engineer, with additional circulation to selected Plant Engineering subscribers.

Pure Power covers standby power systems, gensets, switchgear, UPS controls, electrical distribution, and electrical protection. Issues covered include availability/reliability, power quality and conditioning, energy efficiency, safety, codes/standards, right-sizing, commissioning, design/sizing/selection guidance, technology reports, and regulatory measures. Pure Power also covers emerging markets such as the integration of renewable systems—including solar electricity and wind power—into conventional electrical systems and the development of the Smart Grid.

Pure Power connects you to 100,000 key decision-makers who ultimately choose whether your brand and products are specified, purchased and installed into a Commercial, Institutional, Industrial, Government, or Public Utility building project. Pure Power readers design, plan, buy/specify, install, modify, and maintain electrical systems. Just one partner connects you to this important audience: the ultimate specifier—the Consulting-Specifying Engineer making Pure Power an essential media investment. Targeted recipients are from these two leading industry publications: Consulting-Specifying Engineer and Plant Engineering.

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Published quarterly, Pure Power is dedicated exclusively to the issues of power quality and reliability—this provides you with the opportunity to target active power brand and product systems designers, specifiers, buyers, and installers as they turn to Pure Power as an authoritative information source for pertinent power quality and supply coverage and workable solutions to their power issues.

Pure Power recipients are personally involved in specifying, recommending, buying, approving and authorizing the purchase of the following products: electrical system controls, emergency building systems, fuses and circuit breakers, surge-suppression devices, motor controls and drives, wiring and electrical distribution systems, power monitoring devices, uninterruptible power supplies, and lighting systems. Source: Harvey Ad Readership Research