New Toshiba 5000 Series UPS offered by Stowers Power Systems

Stowers Power Systems is now offering the new Toshiba 5000 Series Uninterruptible Power System for industrial and outdoor applications. Toshiba International Corporation launched the new series Oct. 16, 2016, which is available in 20 to 50 kVA ratings and offers double-conversion UPS protection for industrial markets such as chemical processing, mining, oil exploration, waste water treatment, pulp and paper, manufacturing, and heavy transportation controls. “The Toshiba 5000 Series UPS is purpose built for heavy duty industrial applications and includes one of the first available UPS models to meet the NEMA 3R rating,” stated Greg Mack, Vice President and General Manager [read more…]

Stowers provides answers, industry education for local teachers at seminar

Stowers Machinery was proud to participate in a recent panel for teachers in Knoxville and Kingsport as part of their continuing education hours. Taylor Clark, Stowers’ organizational development manager, sat on the business industry panel at both seminars with other local business representatives; there was also a post-secondary education panel consisting of college professors and representatives from the Tennessee Board of Regents. The purpose of the seminars was to allow the panel and teachers to discuss what students need to do to prepare for post-secondary training and education and how that works hand-in-hand with what qualifications businesses desire in potential [read more…]

EYES ON YOU: Customer news

Tony Boyd, City of Chattanooga’s deputy director of citywide services, retired after more than 40 years of working for the city. Stowers has worked with Tony and the city for a long time, and we congratulate him on his retirement.                           The City of Oak Ridge drew a crowd on a hot July day to help facilitate the groundbreaking for a new retail center where the old Oak Ridge Mall stands. Stowers lent the city an excavator for the event, which was used to ceremonially knock down a wall of the old mall, which will be demolished.