We produce high-quality industrial transformers that provide exceptional reliability.
Industrial enterprises usually have far more complex power systems and requirements than other types of businesses. It is important to be able to rely on the various components so that your business operations do not come to a screeching halt at the worst possible moment. At Electrical Power Systems, we have been providing commercial and industrial custom electric products since 1987 for use throughout the country and beyond. We have the experience necessary to produce high-quality industrial transformers of exceptional reliability.
We provide custom manufactured electrical components, including industrial transformers, substations, motor starters, and industrial microwaves. We can go by the designs you already have or work with you to complete electrical system prototyping to ensure the final industrial transformers will meet your needs. We have a long tradition of designing and manufacturing quality electrical products, including industrial transformers for a wide range of varied applications.
Our team consists of engineers, managers, manufacturing personnel, and other professionals who have one goal: your 100% satisfaction with the process and the final result. We are well-known for our flexibility and willingness to provide anything from the most basic product to the most complex. We are always happy to talk with you about your requirements and our capabilities so that you can feel confident in choosing us for your industrial transformers.
If you have any questions about any of our electrical products, including industrial transformers, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are confident that you won’t be disappointed that you put your industrial enterprise’s electrical system components in the hands of our dedicated team of professionals.
At Electric Power Systems, we can build industrial transformers 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.