Hi! I've been searching all over for a recommendation to my problem, but i've come to the conclusion it'd be better to ask. I am a controls engineer, design and produce a lot of large scale automation products. Our system uses a basic PLC system tied to a plant management server rack running automation control software. Now that i laid that out, here is the situation. One of my customers has a room that is about 100' x 80' dimensions. All of our process takes place in this room. There are two overhead cranes with magnets, tables with an electromagnetic system, and many many servos moving around. The site is in Connecticut which is known for having "dirty power". However, we have placed our own transformer inside the room to clean the power. The problem is... Electronics are non stop dying. I replace 2 servers, 2 more die. Networking gear is constantly dying and PLCs are always acting up. I've even noticed walking around the room my cell phone screen will flash at times. Exiting the room required you to swipe your hand on a sensor, it always gives me a massive static shock on my fingers. Does anyone have a theory of what could be happening here? I went to school for Software Engineering and studied Physics a bit... but im hitting the end of my electricity knowledge on this guy I've never seen so many computer components go bad at once. Extra info: This room is inside a massive concrete manufacturing plant. They have electric ovens firing off outside the room for processing materials. A lot of high power stuff.