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Doug Anshewitz President / Owner Presented By:
Welcome to DMT Electric & Communications, Inc. We have what you need, DMT provides full services for residential, commercial, & industrial projects, including comprehensive approaches on small or large projects, mobilization logistics, as well as diversified knowledge of electrical and the data/telecom industries standards, technology, & codes. Our services also offer a full project management & planning team that will build a relationship from the first meeting to delivering reports & closeouts. We work with you to meet your project goals, budget, & deadlines. We take pride in being a one stop solution for our customers. Design Build Services
Residential Services Offered: From 28,000 sq ft homes to small additions, DMT offers personnel attention to each project. We promise to deliver quality work that meets the builders and home owners expectations, Budget and schedule.
Custom Home Installations DMT can tailor your homes Electrical and Communications systems by combining technology and luxury. Both indoor or out door. Installation of Custom Dimmers to whole house Dimming. Recessed lighting layout s specific to architectural design and details. Home Automation systems. Home entertainment Audio, Video including power blinds. Intercom systems with built in video systems. Central Vacuum systems.
Renovation and Remodeling Kitchens and Baths: We will work with the customer may it be a Builder, Architect or home owner to offer all option that are available. We take pride in working with details, we request the final cabinet design drawing before we install recessed lighting and counter top outlets in most Kitchens. Living and Bedroom areas: We will make every effort to layout the switches and lighting to be convenient to the occupant and not assume that we know where the best place is.
From 7K Portable units to 20 KW Stand By Generator sets with Automatic transfer systems. We can install them all. During the week of the Ice storm, DMT mobilized over 30 Generator sets to Cell sites that lost power for at&t mobility. Generators Portable and Standby DMT can set up a Portable generator connection with Utility and Wattage meters to allow the customer to monitor utility power as well as harmful generator overloads during power outages
Commercial Services Offered: Office buildings, fit ups Manufacturing, Warehouse space Retail Stores / Restaurants Automotive Service and repair Garages Sports complexes, Ice Arenas Medical facilities, Walk in clinics DMT offers competitive prices on commercial projects that have gone through the A&E phases. Once we are invited to bid a job we will quickly work with our vendors to get the best material pricing and with our experience we can quickly mobilize equipment and materials to start and finish the project on time.
Industrial Cellular Communications Fenway DAS Cell Sites vary from Macro sites to DAS sites (Distributed Antenna Sharing) found in most large venues like sports arenas, college campuses Gillette Stadium DAS Worcester Roof top 12 th floor Mt Sunapee
Data Telecommunications DMT can provide full Data/Telco Network Services from a single Data port, Voice or fax line to an Ethernet Back bone infrastructure on the customers premises. With advancements in technologies, DMT makes every effort to keep up to date with new products.
DMT Electric can install basic single family security systems to full Fire alarm Systems in Residential and Commercial facilities. We are listed Fire Alarm Agents in Manchester, Derry and Salem, We offer Installation, Maintenance and Scheduled inspections to our customers. Security and Fire Alarm Systems DMT is also a proud member of the National Fire Protection Association
Renewable Energy Coming soon! Electric Solar Panel Honey well Vertical Access Turbine Solar/VAT Hybrid OFF Grid and Grid Tie System 1200 Amp Hour Battery string
EISA of 2007: An Overview The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 is designed to implement sweeping changes to energy policies in the United States. The stated mission of the act is to move the United States toward greater energy independence and security, to increase the production of clean renewable fuels, to protect consumers, to increase the efficiency of products, buildings, and vehicles, to promote research on and deploy greenhouse gas capture and storage options, and to improve the energy performance of the Federal Government, and for other purposes. Section 321 of this act addresses new efficiency standards regarding general service incandescent lamps. What does this mean for you? Basically, the A-style or Edison-style bulbs that many of you use in your homes or office will no longer be produced-starting with the 100 watt incandescent in January 2012 and ending with the phase-out of the 40 watt and 60 watt incandescent in 2014 as they do not meet the new efficiency standards. These are some of the major changes related to lighting: During a phase-in period between 2012 and 2014, a 25% increase in efficiency is required for all light bulbs. Bulbs under 40 watts, three way bulbs, appliance bulbs, and a few other specialty types are exempt. By 2020, a 200% increase in efficiency is required for all light bulbs. All federal buildings are required to use Energy Star qualified lighting products. The 100 watt A-style incandescent will no longer be produced as of January Bulbs.com strongly recommends that both residential and commercial lighting consumers choose to proactively adjust their lighting purchases now in order to assure a smooth transition into compliance with this legislation. Energy Conservation
DMT can visit customers site and complete an energy audit and recommend Energy saving ideas that will give customers quick return on their investment, Service also include filling out rebate programs with local utility companies. With many styles of Energy saving lamps on the market, DMT can help you with Your decisions when purchasing the correct light bulb for your home or office. DMT can convert old 2 lamp - 8 ft T12 fixtures into 4 lamp 4 ft T8 Energy saving fixtures. T 8 lamps offer greater light output and colors. We reclaim all lamp and ballast parts with approved redemption facilities
Underground Utility Services DMT can provide Civil services for any of your electrical and communication projects From Underground service s for Residential projects to mountain top cell sites. We can provide our own trenching and back filling services to speed up construction. Its The Law
DMTs Safety Program DMT promotes not only quality but safety. We actively maintain a safe work environment for all employees, sub-contractors, clients, & vendors we work with. We work hard to follow OSHA Guidelines, requiring that all field employees are OSHA Certified, completing, at a minimum, a 10 hour OSHA training program, allowing our employees to work safely on & off all job sites. Along with the many additional safety programs we implement, safety meetings are held to discuss a weekly toolbox talk. The DMT Toolbox Talks help to provide our employees with the knowledge & resources they need to reduce risk & increase safety at work & at home. Take a look at some of the recent safety issues we've discussed in our Toolbox Talks! Accidents Aerial Lift Safety Airborne Contaminants All Kinds of Electrical Safety A Safe Operation Booklet Behavioral Safety Building A Safety Culture Electrical Safety - Fiber Optics Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Awareness & Safety Parts 1-4 Eye Safety Month Fall Protection Fire Prevention Fireworks Safety & NFPA Fireworks Safety Frigid Temperatures Hard Hats: When & Where Hazardous Chemical Awareness Parts 1-4 How the NFPA Influenced the Rebirth of Fenway Injury Prevention Week In-Shop & On-Site Safety Ladder Safety Laser Safety Lifting Safety Lightning Awareness Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Make Shift Work Safe Work More Tool Safety National Sleep Awareness Week New Co-Workers & Employee Responsibilities New Work Site Checklist Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) PPE Checklist Take-Home Toxins The Importance of Ergonomics Safe Digging Month Parts 1-5 Setting Examples & Preventing Accidents Small Tool Safety Stress Management Summer Safety Understanding Electricity Unsafe Acts Parts 1-8 UV Light Winter Safety World Health Day Your Safety On The Line
NFPA 70E AND OSHA: Electrical Safety Work on new & existing energized (hot) electrical circuits is prohibited until all power is shut off & grounds are attached. An effective Lockout/Tag Out system is in place. Frayed, damaged, or worn electrical cords or cables are promptly replaced. All extension cords have grounding prongs. Protect flexible cords & cables from damage. sharp corners, & projections should be avoided. Use extension cord sets used with portable electric tools & appliances that are the three-wire type & designed for hard or extra-hard service. (Look for some of the following letters imprinted on the casing: S, ST, SO, STO). All electrical tools & equipment are maintained in safe condition & checked regularly for defects (& taken out of service if a defect if found). Do no bypass any protective system or device designed to protect employees from contact with electrical energy. Overhead electrical power lines are located & identified. Ensure that ladders, scaffolds, equipment, or materials never come within 10 feet of electrical power lines. All electrical tools must be properly grounded unless they are of the double insulated type. Multiple plug adapters are prohibited.
Lockout/Tag out -- LOTO Lockout/tag out is an essential safety procedure that protects workers from injury while working on or near electrical circuits & equipment. Lockout involves applying a physical lock to the power source(s) of circuits & equipment after they have been shut off & de-energized. The source is then tagged out with an easy-to-read tag that alerts other workers in the area that a lock has been applied. In addition to protecting workers from electrical hazards, lockout/tag out prevents contact with operating equipment parts: blades, gears, shafts, presses, etc. Proper Lockout/Tag out Procedure: Identify all sources of electrical energy for the equipment or circuits in question. Disable backup energy sources such as generators & batteries. Identify all shut-offs for each energy source. Notify all personnel that equipment & circuitry must be shut off, locked out, & tagged out. (Simply turning a switch off is NOT enough.) Shut off energy sources & lock switchgear in the OFF position. Each worker should apply his or her individual lock. Do not give your key to anyone. Test equipment & circuitry to make sure they are de-energized. *This must be done by a qualified person. Deplete stored energy (for example, in capacitors) by bleeding, blocking, grounding, etc. Apply a tag to alert other workers that an energy source or piece of equipment has been locked out. Make sure everyone is safe & accounted for before equipment & circuits are unlocked & turned back on. Note that only a qualified person may determine when it is safe to re-energize circuits. f *OSHA defines a qualified person as someone who has received mandated training on the hazards & on the construction & operation of equipment involved in a task.
Ground Fault/Arc FaultProtection When an electrical system is not grounded properly, a hazard exists. This is because the parts of an electrical wiring system that a person normally touches may be energized, or live, relative to ground. Grounding is connecting an electrical system to the earth with a wire. Excess or stray current travels through this wire to a grounding device deep in the earth. Grounding prevents unwanted voltage on electrical components. Equipment needs to be grounded under any of these circumstances: The equipment is within 8 feet vertically & 5 feet horizontally of the floor or walking surface. The equipment is within 8 feet vertically & 5 feet horizontally of grounded metal objects you could touch. The equipment is located in a wet or damp area & is not isolated. The equipment is connected to a power supply by cord & plug & is not double- insulated. One acceptable & common method to provide further protection is a ground fault circuit interrupter, commonly referred to as a GFCI. A ground-fault circuit-interrupter is not an overcurrent device like a fuse or circuit breaker. GFCI's are designed to sense an imbalance in current flow over the normal path. The use of GFCIs has lowered the number of electrocutions dramatically. A GFCI is a fast-acting switch that detects any difference in current between two circuit conductors. If either conductor comes in contacteither directly or through part of your bodywith a ground (a situation known as a ground fault), the GFCI opens the circuit in a fraction of a second. GFCIs are usually in the form of a duplex receptacle. They are also available in portable & plug-in designs & as circuit breakers that protect an entire branch circuit. GFCIs can operate on both two- & three-wire ground systems. The NEC & NFPA 70E require that GFCIs be used in these high-risk situations: Electricity is used near water. The user of electrical equipment is grounded (by touching grounded material). Circuits are providing power to portable tools or outdoor receptacles. Temporary wiring or extension cords are used. Specifically, GFCIs must be installed in bathrooms, garages, outdoor areas, crawl spaces, unfinished basements, kitchens, & near wet bars.
Arc Flash Protection OSHA severely limits the situations in which work is performed on or near equipment or circuits that are or may be energized. OSHA recommends that employers consult consensus standards such as NFPA 70E to identify safety measures that can be used to comply with or supplement the requirements of OSHAs standards for preventing or protecting against arc flash hazards. Arc flash results from an arcing fault (the flow of current through a higher impedance medium, typically the air, between phase conductors or between phase conductors & neutral or ground), where the electric arcs & resulting radiation & shrapnel can cause severe skin burns, hearing damage, & eye injuries. When live parts over 50 volts are not placed in an electrically safe work condition, it is considered energized electrical work & must be done under a written permit to prevent the general public from arc flash. When an energized conductor is exposed, you may not approach closer than the flash boundary without wearing appropriate personal protective clothing & personal protective equipment (PPE). A flash boundary is defined by IEEE as an approach limit at a distance from live parts operating at 50 V or more that are un- insulated or exposed within which a person could receive a second degree burn. PPE for the arc flash is the last line of defense. It is not intended to prevent all injuries, but is intended to mitigate the impact of an arc flash, should one occur. Skin damage will occur based on the intensity of the heat generated by an electrical arc accident. The heat reaching the skin of the worker is dependent on the following three factors: Power of the arc at the arc location Distance of the worker to the arc Time duration of the arc exposure
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