Industrial buildings (especially communication towers, chimneys, and other tall structures) and skyscrapers can be very vulnerable during rain or thunderstorms.
Safety is one of the most important considerations for electrical contractors, but line contractors are now also focusing on preserving the soil, ecosystems, and the environment in general, whether they are working on private or public land.
If you are seeing bright blue, yellow, or white sparks from your electrical sockets, you should call experts immediately. Skyline Electric’s electrical contractors can help you diagnose and repair any electrical system…
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.
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.
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.
Transformers are one of the most important inventions in the world, and quite literally transformed how electricity is transmitted, used, and how we can handle it safely.
Let’s take a closer look at why contractors and businesses providing electrical services need to ground electrical systems.
Employees exposed to electricity can suffer from shock, burns, paralysis, tissue damage, brain damage, or even death. This is precisely why electrical contractors are supposed to follow electrical safety standards.