The demand for renewable energy has grown considerably over the years for the residential and commercial sectors alike. This popularity has continued to grow as energy prices soar and people seek cost-effective ways to power their homes and facilities.
The National Electrical Code is particularly important as NEC compliance isn’t just for the sake of governance but also ensures safety for all parties involved. It also encompasses conserving energy and ensuring the electrical systems are efficient.
Large scale projects such as hospital construction and expansions, university department buildings, commercial or residential skyscrapers, manufacturing facilities, industrial facilities, and a variety of other large-scale projects deal with a lot of complexities. And in order to make sure everything is completed in time, General Contractors (GC) rely heavily on electrical subcontractors.
A look at some of the most common causes of dead outlets in an industrial setting and why electrical contractors should service or repair them.
Commercial solar systems are known for their ability to reduce operational costs and become a great investment for office buildings, industrial plants, warehouses, and more.
Industrial generators are nothing short of mini powerplants that run on diesel. They are an integral part of the production line, and keeping them running smoothly is a necessity.
Frequent bulb burnouts can indicate a fire hazard brewing in your factory and can be a sign of poor connections, electric surges, transformer issues, or more.
When electrical contractors work with hospitals, this presents a unique set of challenges and demands. Healthcare projects require exceptional lighting and have very heavy machinery loads that would burn out an ordinary circuit within a heartbeat.
For those of you who travel a lot or have ever spent time near transmission towers and electrical systems, you may have seen that luminous ‘glow’ on the lines. This is known as the corona effect, and electrical contractors need to be particularly careful about this discharge.
Let’s take a closer look at four essential elements that your electrical contractor must have to ensure that your project is successful, completed on time, and cost-effective.