The Home Depot is a US retail home improvement, DIY and construction material company. It is the world’s leading DIY retailer with 2,114 stores, 355,000 employees and a presence in Mexico, Canada and China, in addition to its already established presence in Argentina and Chile.
CLIENT: Home Depot
LOCATION: Home Depots in Mexico City, Morelos, Chihuahua, Nayarit, Tamaulipas and Baja California.
PRIMARY BUSINESS: Construction and DIY
The self-service HOME DEPOT stores for construction and home improvement materials were experiencing critical voltage fluctuations that were directly affecting the motors of its wood cutting, routing and planing equipment, causing them to burn out, shortening their life and necessitating constant, costly maintenance.
The optimal recommendation was to acquire Industronic AMCR 4, 6 and 10 kVA power conditioning units through the company Grupo Centromac for each of the 20 pieces of equipment to protect it against the voltage spikes and fluctuations.
20 Industronic AMCR units of 4, 6 and 10 kVA.
In the lumber departments of the Home Depot stores.