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PEARL to hold 2010 Electrical Safety and Reliability Conference and Exhibition in Denver

December 17, 2009
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The Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL) plans to educate suppliers and reconditioners on electrical safety and sustainability initiatives, OEM partnerships and more during the 2010 Electrical Safety and Reliability Conference & Exhibition at the Westin Tabor Centre in Denver, CO, April 24-26.
Attendees kick off the conference with a facility tour of local PEARL member, Denver Breaker and Supply, followed by a meet-and-greet reception. Technical presentations begin Sunday with commentary on several topics including bolt pressure switches, arc flash mitigation, and the latest PEARL reconditioning standards for electrical transformers.

Monday begins with keynote speaker, Jerry Schemmel – survivor of United Flight 232 plane crash, author, and voice of the Denver Nuggets – who will talk about his perspective on surviving difficult times and the meaning of personal and business success. Other highlights include Nabil Nasr, director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology, who will look at sustainability and reuse in the electrical industry; and Eaton Corporation’s anti-counterfeit manager, Tom Grace. Grace will update attendees on electrical counterfeits from overseas and outcome of ongoing cooperation between Eaton and PEARL members to keep counterfeit products from the electrical marketplace.

Interested attendees and exhibitors should contact the PEARL office at (877) 287-3275, send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or CLICK HERE to visit the league's website.

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0 #1 GramJ 2011-03-08 15:25
This sounds like a great conference for electrical contractors to attend since safety is often an issue of great concern. There are many necessary precautions that electricians take even when conducting routine tasks like flipping a breaker in order to prevent injury from unexpected shorts or sparks.
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