Best Practices for Industrial Electrical Services Part III

These days it can be difficult to find the right contractor. If you’ve seen our prior posts in this series, you now know there’s a lot that goes into confirming credibility and in having the right partner whose work will verify whether you made the right choice or not. Read on to understand five more points that can make or break your industrial electrical project.

11. Backup Power and Surge Protection:
- Install backup power systems (e.g., uninterruptible power supplies or generators) to prevent downtime during power outages.
- Use surge protection devices to safeguard sensitive equipment from voltage spikes.

12. Training and Skill Development:
- Continuously train electrical personnel to stay current with industry best practices and technology advancements.
- Encourage a culture of safety and accountability among employees.

13. Remote Monitoring and Control:
- Implement remote monitoring and control systems to assess equipment performance and troubleshoot issues without physical presence.
- Integrate smart technologies for predictive maintenance.

14. Spare Parts and Redundancy:
- Maintain an inventory of critical spare parts to minimize downtime during equipment failures.
- Consider redundancy in critical systems to ensure continuity of operations.

15. Environmental Considerations:
- Take environmental factors, such as temperature and humidity, into account when selecting and placing electrical equipment.

Adhering to these industry-standard best practices can help ensure the safe and efficient operation of your electrical systems, while reducing the risk of accidents and costly disruptions.

Always consult with qualified electrical professionals for specific guidance in your industrial facility. Call JDI Industrial Services at 864-972-4720 or visit for your successful electrical project.


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