Is this email not displaying correctly?
Try the web version
   Forward to a friend »

122 Years of Industrial Plug Standardization...and Still Going.

The roots of industrial plug standardization can be traced back to the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago when Thomas Edison and the creators of a large electrical power and lighting display disagreed over whether DC or AC was safer. That event sparked the earliest roots of the National Electrical Code (NEC), which to this day, provides a regionally adoptable standard for the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment in the United States.

Read More »

Celebrating the Past and Preparing for the Future

After 40 years of building one of the world's leading manufacturers of industrial plugs and connectors, Walter Mennekes has transitioned day-to-day leadership of the company bearing his family's name to his son, Christopher Mennekes.

Read More »

Powering TIG Welding with Precision and Reliability

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is a welding process that creates an arc between the pointed tungsten electrode and the object being welded with the welded area protected by a shielding gas (usually argon). The shielding gas keeps impurities in the air from polluting the weld. TIG welding is commonly used to weld all types of metals and aluminum, based on the selection of the power supply (AC for non-ferrous metals and DC for ferrous).

Read More »

MENNEKES Electrical Products, Inc.
277 Fairfield Road, Suite 111, Fairfield, NJ 07004
(800) 882-7584
Newsletter developed by