Industrial electricians use equipment and are experienced in working with higher voltage electrical systems — these are the kinds of power that are necessary in heavy industrial environments, manufacturing, energy production and chemical plants.
For instance, higher voltage systems are necessary for heating, cooling and ventilation.
Industrial electricians have an in-depth knowledge that goes beyond the needs of residential and commercial electrical systems.
Getting the job done within code specifications with safety in mind, as well as staying within a budget are all top concerns of an industrial electrician.
The environments in which industrial electrical systems aren’t encountered by the general public.
Manufacturing facilities generally require electrical systems that range from the high end of the AC voltage range, to lower levels of direct current.
Industrial power transmission systems are made of heavier conduit materials, since there are higher levels of electricity necessary in industrial environments.
The training of industrial electricians is longer than that of commercial or residential electricians.
They are required to undergo a four-year apprenticeship to learn about this specialized area of electrical service.
Now that you understand more about what comes along with industrial electrical services, you can decide if you need this type of help from us.
At ANR Electric, we specialize in industrial electrical systems. Contact us by clicking the link below for an estimate.