L&S Electric

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L&S Electric, Inc. began in 1983 with the merger of two companies founded in the 1930s: Leverance Electric and Snapp Electric. Since this merger, L&S Electric has demonstrated a consistent growth rate in employment and revenue.The corporation has multiple locations throughout the United States with approximately 300 employees. Each of its corporate divisions offer complementary services, including Engineering, Rotating Apparatus Repair, Power Services, Reliability Services and New Equipment Sales.

The Engineering Division is focussed on providing control solutions for the Hydro Electrical market. L&S Electric is today a leading supplier of integrated solutions for the hydroelectric industry with the best value in digital governors and automation. L&S Electric’s distinctive blend of patented speciality governor products, commercial off-the-shelf hardware and cutting-edge engineering innovation allow minimal design time, maintenance liabilities, and project cost, while maximising design flexibility, reliability, expandability and overall project value.

Since the early 1980s, L&S Electric has successfully supplied integrated solutions worldwide for over 500 new and rehabilitated hydroelectric generating units, ranging in size from 75 KW to 500 MW.

For more information on L&S Electric products, visit http://www.lselectric.com/

Our Collaboration with L&S Electric
Since 2008, PM Control has been appointed as an L&S Electric Value-added Reseller for the supply of L&S Electric digital governors and electromechanical hydraulic interfaces for hydro turbine control retrofit solutions in Asia.

As a Value-added Reseller, PM Control is authorised to provide the following:

  • MRT Digital Governor – Product sales and retrofit solutions
  • Electromechanical Hydraulic Interfaces (Pilot Control Manifolds, L&S Main Distributing Valves, HPU, Loader/Unloader, Controlet, etc.) – Product sales and retrofit solutions

We also offer services such as:

  • Legacy hydro governor upgrades/retrofits
  • Localized engineering
  • Aftermarket field service, commissioning and training