Custom Substations, Charleston, SC

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Turn to us for custom substations that complement your project’s requirements.

Within any electrical distribution system, substations connect the distances between the electrical transmissions. After travelling an extended distance, electricity reaches a higher voltage to minimize how much energy it loses as it moves along its path. When it starts to leave its intended path, the electricity will then enter a substation to lower the voltage to an appropriate level and distribute it to the end party.

Custom Substations in Charleston, South Carolina

At Electric Power Systems, we can manufacture custom substations according to your exact specifications. Trust our experienced manufacturers, engineers, and project personnel to create custom substations according to your exact product application needs, whether you need custom features or nonstandard parts.

Our capabilities allow us to manufacture many types of custom substations, including distribution, collector, transmission, and convertor substations. To start your order, simply submit the specifications of your project or your design to us. We will then carefully follow through on your requirements to ensure the substation contributes to your application’s efficiency and reliability as time goes on.

In addition to manufacturing custom substations, we also repair, service, and maintain all of the electrical equipment we produce. This makes us a preferred source for electrical manufacturing and servicing in Charleston, South Carolina and around the country.

Contact us, and we can tell you more about the custom substations we build, how much your unique project will cost, and our timeline for production. We look forward to showcasing our skills and instilling confidence as your electrical parts and systems manufacturer.

At Electric Power Systems, we can build custom substations for those in Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Norfolk, Virginia; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; Houston, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Charleston, South Carolina.