With our electrical system prototyping, you’ll be able to completely understand the design before getting into production.
Have you ever looked at a massive project such as a commercial complex, high-rise office building, or bridge and wondered with awe at how they planned it all out? The key to projects such as these is building a prototype, so that any flaws in the design and engineering plans can be found before investing in the materials and labor for the project. Here at Electric Power Systems, we know that an electrical system for an industrial enterprise may not seem as awe-inspiring as a multi-story building or an expansive bridge, but electrical system prototyping can save you a lot of headaches and avoid costly mistakes.
With our electrical system prototyping, you’ll be able to completely understand the design before getting into the production, so that you’ll have peace of mind that the functionality and capacities that you need will be achieved. Whether you desire a to-scale model or a full-size prototype, we believe you’ll find that actual electrical system prototyping is far more helpful than a computer-generated model which might not highlight potential shortcomings in the system.
Since 1987, we have been providing exceptional electrical equipment products and services in the Charleston, South Carolina area. Our products include custom transformers, substations, switchgear, motor controls, inductors, and other custom electric products. We do not just do your electrical system prototyping – we follow up with assembly, installation, and also provide electric equipment repair. Our goal is to build a long-term relationship that supports your business’s electrical system needs. Contact us today to discuss your upcoming project and to learn more about electrical system prototyping.
At Electric Power Systems, we offer electrical system prototyping services to 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.