Pat Murphy’s Frequently Asked Industrial Electrical Questions

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If you’re on this page, it is likely that you have a question about all things that involve industrial electrical elements, and chances are, someone has the same question as you do. You are not alone. If you do not have a lot of knowledge about industrial installation, it can be confusing. Let us provide some clarity for you by answering some of our frequently asked questions.

Commonly Asked Industrial Electrical Questions

Listed below are answers to some of our frequently asked questions. If you do not find the answer to your question below, please feel free to contact us.

When is it time to call an technician?

If you suspect that you are having any kind of electrical problems in your business, it is always a good idea to call an technician and have them come check things out. As the saying goes, it is always better to be safe than sorry.

How can I save money on my electric bill?

A few ways your company can save money on your electric bill is by switching out your regular light bulbs for LED bulbs, installing dimmer switches can allow you to control the amount of brightness used in rooms, and you can look into an energy audit and learn more ways you are able to save energy. All of these tips are sure to help you lower your electric bill.

Why should I use surge protection?

A surge protector is always a great idea because it helps you protect your equipment from an extreme voltage of power. It also prolongs the lifespan of your equipment.

What is safety lighting?

Safety lighting are lights that are placed around your building to provide extra light in order to prevent accidents from happening. They also make your building brighter, so it decreases the chances of break-ins or other illegal activities to occur near or around your building. Safety lighting gives you a little extra security.

What grade of electrical outlets do I need?

The grade of electrical outlets that you will need will depend on the type of electrical equipment you are plugging into them. It is best to do some research on your electrical equipment in order to find out what grade of electrical outlets should be used.

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