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SFEG combines expertise in transformers, power supplies, motion controls and drive systems with a U.S. based manufacturing footprint to create a platform of new product development that will fuel the future of intelligent power.


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The Latest From Our Blog

Here's Your Golden Ticket! November SFEG Factory Tours

On October 3, 2014 we hosted, for the first ever, public tours of our factory.  We did this to help promote and support Manufacturing Day (#MFGDAY14).  We had students, community members, Chamber members and even political figures stop by to have a tour of our factory and the technology...

Pulse Width Modulation: What It Is and What It's Used In

Pulse width modulation can be described as a fixed frequency chain of pulses where the width of the pulse is modulated, but what exactly does that mean? PWM is a technique that sounds complicated, but really is rather simple to understand.  It is essentially taking in a voltage (typically a DC...

How to Use 5S Methodology to Kickstart a Culture of Operational Excellence

Operational Excellence is a term that we hear spoken around the operation and manufacturing floor but what is it?  In its most simplest form, it is an umbrella approach to driving continuous improvement in operations.  In one of last week’s  blogs, Al Veres, VP of Operations,...