Here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical specialists, and we work with commercial and industrial business owners to provide a range of electrical solutions. And an Electrical Condition Report is just one of the things we can offer. To do this we need to inspect your industrial property and electrical. So what do industrial electrical inspections involve?
Inspecting industrial electrical equipment
If you have any kind of industrial equipment, you will need to periodically make sure it is safe and fit for use. You can do this by contacting a professional electrician to inspect the equipment. In fact, if you have just moved into a new premises, or your building is about to be bought or sold, an industrial electrical inspection is crucial.
The industrial electrical inspection checklist?
So, what exactly will be inspected as part of an industrial, electrical inspection? Well the range of equipment will vary depending on your area and industry but it is likely to involve:
⦁ all light fittings and wirings
⦁ all socket fittings and wirings
⦁ all pieces of large equipment
Why is an industrial electrical inspection necessary?
Well, in industrial settings, it is easy for circuits to become overused and overloaded. This means that they overheat, leading ultimately to electrical fire risks. In addition, it is also part of the legal requirements when operating as a business.
For these reasons it also makes sense to only hire a qualified and professional electrician you can trust. No matter what electrical installation work you need, don’t skimp on the quality. Anyone who isn’t up to standard will take shortcuts and make mistakes. These can be dangerous and life threatening. It isn’t worth it to take the risk.
For more information or advice about professional industrial electrical inspections, get in touch with the experts today, here at Walker Electrical.