If your business is classed from light industrial upwards and uses professional machinery, the chances are your electrics are three-phase. In other words, in premises where higher voltages are required, for machinery including induction motors, electric motors and other heavy loads, the electrical system will be three-phase. Whereby the default is single-phase power which only has one “live” wire, in a three-phase system, three live wires carry and share the electrical load.
Commercial electricians. Electrical contractors. Industrial electricians. However you wish to describe us, the electricians at Stator Electrical have been hard at work providing commercial and industrial electrical services to businesses across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Our NICEIC-approved engineers provide the full range of electrical contracting services to fulfil the electrical needs and requirements of businesses across the region.
One of Stator Electrical’s key areas of expansion is the care home sector, with clients spanning nursing homes, rest homes and care homes for vulnerable young people and adults throughout Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. These organisations demand reactive and reliable electrical services, especially those with security and life-critical power systems.
With regeneration plans underway to develop the town of Arnold, upgrading electricals is usually high on the list of upgrades that can really make a huge difference.
The demand for an Electrician in Arnold is certainly on the rise.
Following lower usage throughout the COVID lockdowns and undertaking widespread augmentations in view of a busier September term, Midlands universities are striving to achieve the highest levels of electrical compliance.
Stator Electrical is working with more and more university, college and school Facilities Managers, providing them with the skilled electrical work required to ensure every campus, study area and halls of residence is safe, functional and that all electrical installations fully comply with current legislation.
Home-working isn’t new, but it’s something that 2020 and 2021 have encouraged a lot of business owners and management to seriously consider. Having demonstrated savings in travel, office space, and efficiency, we’ve opened our minds to the possibilities of converting our unused outbuildings, or outside spaces that are crying out for an out-building kit. But how do you ensure your new outside space provides all of the conveniences, gadgets, connectivity, and safety you’d expect from inside your main building?
Like all businesses throughout the UK, those across the wider Derby, Nottingham, Mansfield, and Chesterfield area must demonstrate that they comply with an array of electrical regulations. Compliance to regulations not only satisfies the law, but tells all those who use buildings, electrical items, and equipment that a business is responsible, professional, and caring.
So What Legislation Should My Business Comply With?
Portable Appliance Testing, or PAT testing is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use.