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March 16 @ New-Mac's Neosho office
Live Line Demonstration

New-Mac University returns March 16 with a Live Line Demonstration, performed by Pike, one of the nation’s largest providers of energy solutions.

The program features full-size electrical equipment and 7,200 volts of electricity and will be conducted inside a large warehouse building on the grounds of New-Mac’s Neosho office.

New-Mac University is an ongoing educational program that is free to our members. Typically, courses are held at both the Neosho and Anderson New-Mac offices. However, due to the extensive setup and limited availability of this unique demonstration, this particular offering will be one day only in Neosho. Therefore, New-Mac is making three showings available – at 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. While there is no charge, New-Mac asks that all participants RSVP. You may register AT RIGHT. Sessions will close if they reach capacity, so register as soon as possible to ensure your choice of show times.

New-Mac has also invited all of the area’s emergency responders, as this demonstration will feature valuable public safety information, including how to deal with potential electrical hazards that could exist at the scene of an accident or fire.

This live line model was created by Pike linemen and is performed on shortened poles on the back of a custom-made International 4300 flatbed truck. The presentation is both enjoyable and educational for all ages.
New-Mac U. returns March 16 with Live Line Demonstration
1:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.