THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE
One of the key issues that clients are looking for is your safety record, and ESP has an excellent reputation for our safety management systems and ongoing training. When working in an industrial environment, safety is one of the key issues that our team assesses for each project, and how we will approach the scope of the project. We understand that as a client you are looking for communication, reliability, professionalism, timeliness, and a highly skilled team to ensure your project specifications, and objectives are met, not to mention meeting budgetary expectations. If these are a few of your must haves than you have come to the right place.
Whether your project is specialized lighting, troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, retrofits or new installations ESP has over 27 years experience and our highly skilled technicians are prepared and ready to to assist you 24/7 365 with round the clock direct connection when needed. From working with companies such as Quanta Field Services, to midstream oilfield operations, you can be sure that we are prepared to handle any of your industrial electrical service needs.
Electrical and Automation Installation, troubleshooting and set up, PLC, Allen Bradley, ROC, SCADA and Total Flow Programming and Troubleshooting. I/E New installs, pumping unit VFD and pump off control, retro fits, upgrades, Gas Measurement Calibrations and repairs.
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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIRS
This is just another aspect our team assesses, and resolves when the need arises. Whether it's your electronic equipment, circuit boards, PLCs, power supplies, drives, motors and controls, pump repair and all their associated equipment, or electrical parts reconditioning, Electrical Service Professionals are here to assist you. We also specialize in detection of electrical malfunctions and operational equipment for industrial power.
Types of maintenance strategies commonly used for industrial purposes.
This particular maintenance is performed typically when a failure has already occurred. Our team offers 24/7 365 support services for clients. We are prepared to assess, troubleshoot, repair, and provide the necessary recommendations and/or maintenance required to get your equipment back up and operational. Electrical Service Professionals can also work with you to offer maintenance strategies to help minimize equipment malfunctions and failures. Our team utilizes a specialized reporting program to prepare current status reports regarding potential equipment malfunctions to identify potential failures in order for clients to assess and address these issues before complete failure occurs. These reports are customized according to your facility needs as requested. Our goal is to ensure that you have up to date reporting, with pictures and markups for your team to quickly address and identify what actions need to be taken to ensure failures are kept as minimal as possible. This saves you downtime for repairs, and money spent repairing emergency failures.
As its name suggests, preventive maintenance is usually one of the most common forms of maintenance performed to ensure all critical and non-critical equipment and systems are properly maintained to ensure critical failure is minimized. Based on the equipment and systems, it involves periodic inspections and evaluations along with repairs and or replacements to prevent failure. Adjustments, cleaning, tightening up electrical components to ensure snug contact, prevent loose connections, and occasionally overhauling systems and equipment where needed. If you need a solution for preventive maintenance strategies, planning, and execution, give us a call. We are always available to assist you.
Condition Based Maintenance
This type of maintenance is performed on an as needed basis depending upon the actual condition. There are a few considerations, such as what is the most cost effective method depending upon signs of deterioration, actual performance, or other indicators such as spot measurements and sensors. The goal for condition monitoring is that maintenance should be scheduled to occur when signs of potential failures are noted. Our team is always prepared to assist clients with electrical maintenance strategies, and responding to any needs for maintenance and creating a plan of action to ensure all facility equipment and systems remain operational and in good repair. Minimalizing failures and creating sustainable solutions and strategies is part of the solution Electrical Service Professionals is known for. Coupled with our support services, communicative business module, and response times, our clients often state that they are relieved, because they have the peace of mind knowing our team is on the job.
LET'S TALK INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING TYPES
High Bay Lighting Fixtures
Usually used at Heights of 12' and above and are used to create illumination at a long range to enhance visibility and focus the lights direction. This type of lighting offers a wide variety of ways to light up indoor spaces with high ceilings, and they come in a wide variety of choices ranging in size, and price range. We recommend your choosing a light dependent on the height where the lights are installed, as they offer different wattages, depending upon the height of the lights, that's why when working with a professional they can assist you in choosing the proper lighting for your space and application.
LED High Bay Lighting Fixtures
Energy Savings Lighting Which Is Usually used at Heights of 12' and above and are used to create illumination at a long range to enhance visibility and focus the lights direction.
Our personal favorite is an LED high bay because they are a groundbreaking invention with low electricity usage. These lights start times are fast, and offer a high quality light output. This particular type of light really helps consumers and clients to save money by utilizing LEDs as energy prices continue to rise. They are typically budget friendly to purchase dependent upon your space, and over the course of time continue to help with the cost savings that everyone's budget demands.
Low Bay Lighting Fixtures
Usually used at Heights of 20' and below and are typically seen in homes, businesses, and general public buildings.
This type of lighting offers a wide variety of ways to light up indoor spaces with high ceilings, and they come in a wide variety of choices ranging in size, and price range. We recommend you choosing a light dependent on the height where the lights are installed, as they offer different wattages, depending upon the height of the lights. That's why when working with a professional they can assist you in choosing the proper lighting for your space and application.
LED Low Bay Lighting Fixtures
Energy Savings Lighting Usually used at Heights of 20' and below and are typically seen in homes, businesses, and general public buildings.
Another of our personal favorites is an LED low bay, which like the high bay lighting, are a groundbreaking invention with low electricity usage. These lights start times are fast, and offer a high quality light output. This particular type of light really helps consumers and clients to save money by utilizing LEDs as energy prices continue to rise. They are typically budget friendly to purchase dependent upon your space, and over the course of time continue to help with the cost savings that everyone's budget demands.
Recessed Troffer Lighting
2' x 4' lighting or 2 ' x 2' lighting that is utilized in a ceiling grid.
This lighting is used to illuminate indoor spaces that are refereed to as T-bar ceilings, grid ceilings, and suspended ceilings. They are typically designed to accommodate a standard fluorescent lamp, however they are now often designed to work with LED's.
LED Strip Lighting
Energy Savings Lighting That Typically come in 2', 4', and 8' fixtures.
These lights are typically utilized in a garage area, and are designed for hardwire installations and can replace single and multiple lamp fluorescent fixtures. Workshops, storage areas, and utility rooms are just a few other areas that these versatile lights can be utilized.
Also known as Site lighting. It is a type of lighting designed to illuminate specific areas such as baseball fields, parking lot lighting, and other large spaces.
These types of lights come in a variety of sizes, designs, and shapes, and are used for a variety of applications. It is important to keep in mind what the specific usage is going to be for, i.e. safety, or to accentuate the experience of audiences such as the lighting used at baseball stadiums, and or your local public areas such as parks and ballparks. However, they are most commonly utilized to enhance safety.
Commonly used on homes and most buildings to create a wash affect for architectural features of your residence, gardens, walkways, but they are also utilized at many businesses as well.
These types of lights also serve another purpose for general illumination and security. There are a variety of choices and sizes available along with price points. They are great design elements, and safety elements for residences and businesses, and have become a common installation. Proper placement of this light is important.
LED Wall Packs
Known as perimeter lighting and can assist in providing security lighting at night.
These types of lights are commonly used at businesses to light up darker areas, walkways. There have a variety of choices and come in standard, semi-cutoff, mini's, rotatable, slim adjustable and have different color temperatures making them a versatile choice dependent upon your needs.
Most often this light is used for increased illumination.
It allows you to place light sources in the appropriate space where it is needed. Usually it is most commonly used for providing additional visibility for seeing small objects or areas where there is a low light contrast.
Most Commonly Used Industrial Lighting
Explosion Proof - Known as Hazardous location lighting that has been specifically designed for locations in which vapors and gases are present. There are multiple uses for this specialized lighting not only in the industrial world, they are also commonly used in commercial applications as well for applications such as grow houses that are using a specific drying method, paint booths, workshops, drilling rigs, gas refineries, and any other facilities where flammable vapors, gases, dusts, and debris are present.
No matter what type of industrial lighting project you have, either complete de-installations, troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, installing new lights, or finding better alternatives to your existing lighting we are here to help. Whatever your specific project needs, and budget goals we can provide you with options, and solutions.
Fun Facts: Do you know the difference between Lumens and Watts? Many of our clients get a bit confused on what the difference is and they are both an important part of choosing your lighting. Lumens are used to measure the total amount of light emitted by a bulb, and Watts measure the amount of power consumed by the bulb. Lumens tell you the brightness of a bulb, while Watts help estimate power consumption.
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