Ackermann Electric Company

Ackermann Electric Company
Ackermann Electric Company is listed in the Electricians category in Mount Vernon, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ackermann Electric Company which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ackermann Electric Company on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

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Hi and welcome to Sparky’s Corner I’m going to step away from electrical power notes today and talk about something with real power. You see its Christmas time! A time for Joy, Hope, Peace, and Love. Isaiah 9:6 says: For to us a child is born, to us a Son is given, and the government will be on His shoulders. And He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. This is the Christ Child who was so humbly born in a manger stall two thousand years ago. Jesus Christ is the one who has the real power that we need. He is our Light shining in the darkness! We at Ackermann Electric pray that all of you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Until next time. Evan

Hi and welcome to Sparky’s Corner Electricity and water don’t mix well but they do have a lot in common. For instance, water flows through a pipe just like electrical current flows through a wire. The size of the pipe and if there are any valves, etc., will determine how much water can flow and at what rate, depending on how much pressure there is. Wire size and the resistance of the electrical load also determine how much current will flow depending on the voltage. Around here, we use water to generate electricity and electricity to pump water. Almost a reciprocal motion. A word of caution- if you’re thirsty, I suggest sticking with water, electricity tastes too much like metal and has a rather large bite! Until next time. Evan

Hi and welcome to Sparky’s Corner Why is it that all those birds on the power line don’t get shocked? The theory of an electric circuit is that current must be able to flow in a complete circle from a power supply, through a load, and then back to the power supply. In order for the bird to get shocked, current would have to flow through it. Since the bird is only sitting on the wire and not touching any other part of the circuit, it doesn’t feel a thing. Now just because the bird seems to get away with it doesn’t mean you can. Remember- always stay away from downed power lines as your life may depend on it. P.S. The bird towards the right on the middle line seems to have eaten too many fermented berries! Until next time. Evan

Hi and welcome to Sparky’s Corner Did you know that the lighting fixtures you own have a maximum incandescent lamp wattage rating? I have been called out to many places where the lamp was larger than what the fixture could withstand and because of the heat, the fixture and wiring were damaged to the point of fire. Always check your fixture for it’s rating when changing lamps. Here’s a good rule of thumb - enclosed ceiling fixtures should be limited to 60 watts, open lamp fixtures can vary up to 100 watts or more but smaller is better. CFL's and LED lamps would be the best choice as they run much cooler than an incandescent lamp. If you have had oversized lamps in your fixtures, it would be a good idea to have the fixture and wiring box inspected for damage. Until next time. Evan

Look what we received the other day!