Industrial Electric Services by A & M Electric LLC
- New Facility Wiring
- Service Replacements
- Code updates & Corrections
- LED Lighting Retrofit
- Surge Suppression Systems
- Troubleshooting & Diagnostics
- Cat 6 Copper Networks
- Equipment Hookups
- Wireless Access Points
- Lighting Replacement
- 3 Phase Wiring
- Data & Communications Lines
- Advanced Lighting Controls
- Fiber Optic Links
- Outdoor Lighting
- Thermal Imaging
Industrial Building Wiring & Repairs
Power Transmission & Distribution
Our company understands that many industrial processes need to be automated, and we have the electrical skills to help you with these tasks and operations.
We install industrial distribution panels that keep your machines operating smoothly and efficiently. Read on for more details.
Equipment & Machine Wiring
When it comes to industrial equipment and machines, there can be a large and sometimes messy highway of wires.
Our team can create an organized electrical system for your industrial building that distributes information to the necessary parts efficiently.
Industrial Controls and On-Site Installations
Every industrial electrical job is unique.
Whether you need a simple relay machine control or a complex PLC e-network factory control employing SCADA and HMI, we’ve got the experience and technicians at A and M Electric to handle the task and meet your needs. We create panels that are custom for your needs and implement them for your industrial business.
Industrial Lightning & Surge Suppression
The last thing you need is your industrial machines, computer equipment or solid-state controls for equipment being damaged by electrical surges. We offer surge suppression and backup systems to alleviate problems.
Standby Generator Systems
When regular systems fail, you want to make sure your equipment doesn’t. We can offer standby and backup generator systems to meet your needs.
Thermal Imaging Services
If your business cannot afford unexpected breakdowns due to electrical equipment failure, then consider the advantages of thermal imaging used for predictive maintenance.
What is Thermal Imagining?
Thermal Imaging essentially translates heat spots (or thermal energy) into a visible picture that can be analyzed.
Living things, such as humans and animals, and mechanical and electrical equipment put off heat, but this heat is not something that can be seen by the human eye.
Thermal Imagining cameras allow you to “see” the heat that something is putting off. Using this technology, we can measure the operating temperature of the electrical connections and components at your business or facility using infrared thermal imaging and assess things to help you avoid unexpected breakdowns due to electrical equipment failure.
Temperatures that are abnormal and infrared emissions provide the data for non-invasive detection of potential electrical component failures.
Early detection and monitoring allow for repairs, often before the problem is visibly apparent, and usually at significant cost-savings over unexpected, emergency repairs.
Thermal Imaging Survey
Regularly scheduled thermal imaging surveys are offered and include an inventory of all equipment tested and a detailed listing for each trouble area found. This is important in commercial and industrial electrical buildings.
Each follow-up survey allows for a comparison of the condition of the electrical component and confirmation of previous repairs.
Areas that show abnormal temperatures are recorded to include both thermal and visible light images, temperature comparisons to other similar components, present current electrical draw as well as current electrical capacity, time of day and location, and assessment of how critical of a load this is.
Why consider Thermal Imaging?
A large percentage of problem areas that are found via thermal imaging are caused at their source by loose connections. In many cases repairs can be made quickly and immediately, saving you the labor of re-accessing the equipment, the cost of further degrading of the faulty connection, and the expense of non-productive downtime if things should go south.
Over time, the cost of performing infrared thermographic surveys in a facility is easily offset by the savings realized from scheduled repairs versus unexpected significant emergencies.
Thermal Imaging is typically performed on electrical components under normal load. This non-invasive, non-contact method of predictive maintenance offers a unique and progressive means to anticipate and avoid future costly electrical breakdowns.
Want to Learn More?
We would be pleased to provide you with an estimate for a thermal imaging survey of your business or industrial facility. During an initial meeting, we would like to share with you the additional, non-electrical capabilities of thermal imaging.