Understanding Industrial Equipment and Our Manufacturing Legacy

I'm Sandra Adams, a blogger and enthusiast of many eclectic targets, including pottery and industrial equipment and supplies. I've traced my family tree as far back as I can go and there is not one moment where my family hasn't been involved in manufacturing. My dad worked as a mechanic repairing industrial machinery and if it wasn't for me, he wouldn't have anyone to pass down his knowledge to. I've always wanted to know what my dad was up to, so I'd ask him what he did everyday. I've always been really curious and this has lead me to develop a really strong understanding of industrial equipment. My love for industrial equipment hasn't waned and now I feel like sharing this knowledge with others. I've created this blog for this exact purpose.

3 Preparation Steps For The Installation Of New Electrical Wiring


When it comes to commercial electrical work, a few key steps need to be taken before any wiring can be installed. But these steps can differ depending on the commercial property you have.

Here are a few key preparation steps that your electrician should take before starting any electrical wiring installation in your commercial building.

Reviewing Architectural Drawings and Plans

Before any work can begin, your commercial electrician will need to review the architectural drawings and plans for your commercial building. This will give them a better understanding of the overall layout and design of the property. Every commercial property is different, so it's important that your electrician has a clear understanding of the property before any work begins.

The review will also help the electrician identify potential obstacles or challenges encountered during the wiring installation process. For example, if the plans indicate that there is limited space in certain areas of the property, the electrician will need to take this into account when choosing the appropriate wiring type and route.

Measuring and Calculating the Amount of Wire Needed

Once the commercial electrician has reviewed the plans for your property, they'll then need to measure and calculate the amount of wire needed for the job. This is an important step because it ensures that your electrician doesn't run out of wire during the installation process.

In most cases, your electrician will need to use a combination of different types and sizes of wire to complete the job. This is why it's so important for them to measure and calculate the amount of wire needed before starting the job.

For example, if your commercial electrician is installing new electrical outlets, they'll need to use a different type and size of wire than if they were installing new lighting fixtures. Both these installations will require different types and lengths of wire, so it's important that your electrician has the right amount of each type on hand before starting the job.

Installing Temporary Power

In some cases, your commercial electrician may need to install temporary power before they can begin the wiring installation process. This is usually the case when working on a new construction project.

Installing temporary power involves running a temporary electrical line from an existing power source to the area where the wiring will be installed. This provides your electrician with a temporary power source to work from while they're installing the new wiring.

They use this power source to determine if there are any potential problems with the new wiring before it's connected to the permanent power source. There might be a break in the wiring circuit or a loose connection that needs to be fixed before the new wiring can be connected to the permanent power source.

In most cases, the temporary power will be supplied by a generator. However, in some cases, the electrician may be able to use an existing power line that's already in place. This is usually the case when the electrician works on a commercial building with sections of completed electrical work.  

To find out more, contact a company like Fowler and Sons Inc.


12 October 2022