Industrial

N.E.C. has the bulk of its experience in the industrial field.   Having worked for years providing maintenance to sand plants, concrete plants and other industrial facilities, N.E.C. can handle your next project, repair or service call.  

  • Plant Maintenance.  All types of electrical maintenance including site lighting, troubleshooting, repairs or new installations, N.E.C. has your business covered.
  • MSHA certified.  The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires every outside contractor and its employees, that enter into a mining facility, to have been safety trained for 8 hours.  N.E.C. has met those requirements.
  • Ground Resistance Testing.  All motors, transformers and other electrical equipment must be inspected annually for potential high resistance  ground connections.  N.E.C. uses the latest technology to offer a thorough ground resistance testing  of all electrical equipment in a fraction of the time of traditional methods
  • Motor Control Design and Installation.  Industrial facilities are always looking for ways to improve production rate and in order to accomplish this, many times it involves redesigning existing circuits or adding new ones.  N.E.C. can help.
  • Power Wiring for Motors.   Whether it’s 5 hp or 500 hp, N.E.C. can wire it.  One of our specialties is heavy conduit runs and wire pulls. 
  • Plant Winterizing.  Let’s face it, low temperatures cause serious problems in any outdoor industrial facility.  Preparing for this inevitable problem is more cost effective than dealing with it once it happens.  N.E.C. offers a winterizing program where we come in and inspect any and all potential problem areas, then apply the proper winterizing method to suit.  All of our installs are temperature activated so it only needs to be installed once.  This will eliminate the need to remove any temporary fixes, only to have to put them up again year after year.
  • MCC Inspections & Upgrades.  One of the most common problem we have seen in a motor control center (mcc) is that many people who were not qualified electricians have tampered with bad fuses, overloads, or breakers in order to get a piece of equipment operational again.  The typical mentality here is, “keep the plant running”.  However, at times (most times) the proper replacement part is not readily available.  The common practice, then becomes to put a larger fuse, overload, or breaker in order to get the equipment back up and running.  Then they never remember to go back and replace it with the proper size device.  Now imagine this happening for years and years.  This has now become a hazardous situation and is very common in industrial facilities.  Let N.E.C. come in and inspect your MCC to correct any potential problems before they cost you down time.
  • Hazardous Locations.   Improper wiring methods in hazardous locations can be catastrophic should an accident occur.  Always hire a licensed electrician that has the proper skills to work in hazardous locations.  N.E.C. has worked with solid waste facilities, propane and fuel facilities, and is ready to work in yours.
  • Energy Conservation.   Lighting an industrial facility is commonly done with High Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting.  This type of lighting requires constant maintenance by re-lamping or changing ballasts, and is no longer cost effective by comparison.  N.E.C. has helped many industrial facilities save money by offering a better alternative in lighting.  With no maintenance, re-lamping or ballasts to replace, LED lighting has taken over and is now the leader of cost effective lighting.  Best of all, LED  consumes energy at a fraction of the cost of  HID fixtures.  Why continue to pay the high costs of running and maintaining HID lighting?  Call N.E.C. today to schedule a lighting consultation for your facility. 
  • Surveillance Systems.   If you’ve thought about being able to monitor every part of your facility  from your desk, then N.E.C. can help.  Let us design and install a surveillance system tailored to meet your needs.  Save time and money by placing eyes (cameras) in every important area of production, while monitoring from one or multiple locations. 
  • More information soon to come…