The Power Factor Calculator can be used to calculate what your power factor correction requirements are, and how your business can benefit from optimal energy efficiency and savings on electricity costs.

Some of the common enquiries that we regularly receive include:

  1. How to calculate power factor?
  2. What equipment is required to calculate power factor?
  3. How to calculate potential energy savings after installing Power Factor Correction equipment?

Our response

The best source of information on your business’ energy consumption is on your monthly utility bill or any other local monitoring equipment. Additionally, to track any particular trend(s) is to do cumulative calculation of each month’s data, over a 12 month period, to determine the maximum kVAR required.

There are two scenarios in which you can perform this calculation. You can calculate your power factor requirements by using one of the scenarios below. Please fill in your details to activate the calculators.

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This calculator will allow you to calculate what your power factor correction requirements are and what the potential savings are.

There are two scenarios in which you can perform this calculation:

  • Scenario 1: When you know the current, voltage and power factor of your plant under maximum load conditions

    Scenario 1 (current)

  • Scenario 2: When you know the apparent power, power factor and voltage of your plant under maximum load conditions

    Scenario 2 (apparent power)

To find out how you can improve your power factor correction even further, complete the enquiry form to request a free assessment of your Power Factor Consumption; or to speak to one of our specialists about Power Factor Correction for your business.