Design, Installation, Maintenance, Repair, for three phase power supply for domestic residential, and business commercial. We can handle all related problems. Call us now for help with three phase plant equipment and machinery, wiring and safety. We are on standby 24/7 and ready to resolve any emergency anytime, call us on 0428 158 086.
Electricity distribution in Australia uses three phases (actives), neutral and earth ground. The neutral allows three separate single-phase supplies to be provided at a constant voltage and is used for supplying groups of domestic properties which are each single-phase loads. The connections are arranged so that, as far as possible in each group, equal power is drawn from each phase. Further up the distribution system, the currents are usually well balanced.
Most houses are supplied by a single phase, but some particularly businesses with industrial machinery require all three phases to power their equipment.
Three phase power is an important part of industry, creating a more efficient and effective way of supplying power to big machinery. Primarily used to balance high incoming loads of electricity, three phase power reduces stress on your electrical system. To ensure the safety and efficiency of your business, it is an important consideration. Requirements for three phase power depend on the business in question. To make sure you’re getting exactly what you need, we conduct a site inspection and determine whether you need an upgrade to, or installation of, three phase power.
Whether you are starting a new business or need to upgrade your infrastructure, we have the knowledge and experience to do it for you. Like any other piece of infrastructure, three phase power systems need periodic upgrades. If your warehouse three phase power is getting old, it is worth looking at upgrading. This can improve both safety and efficiency in your operations.
As industrial electricians they’re trained in all aspects of three phase power. When installing and upgrading three phase power they look at what your business requires and tailor a system for you. They inspect your current system to assess its effectiveness and safety, and to evaluate your business requirements. From there they design a new system, or determine the steps needed to upgrade your existing system. With that done, they do complete installation and testing of the new or upgraded system.