Trash Compactor Circuit Wiring
Commercial trash compactors are a significant part of any warehouse’s operations, helping to efficiently move warehouse waste out of the building. Trash compactors typically run on electricity to function, and the source of that electricity needs to be reliable. TriStar Electric can help you connect your hardworking, trash-compacting machines to your warehouse’s electrical power source; we can also maintain these circuits as needed. You can contact TriStar Electric for your best trash compactor circuit wiring services in Maryland.
Our Trash Compactor Circuit Wiring Services
We offer comprehensive trash compactor circuit wiring services, which include installation, replacement, reconfiguration, and relocation of circuits. These circuits are three phase or single phase, according to the needs of the particular trash compactor. In commercial applications, trash compactors typically need a three phase circuit, which offers greater and more consistent power. Should you need any of our trash compactor circuit wiring services, we are happy to be of service to your Maryland facility.
Trash Compactor Basics
Trash compactors aren’t just for homes; commercial trash compactors are massive units that compress heavy-duty waste into a tight block for efficient transportation out of the facility. In a warehouse, a trash compactor will take items such as pallets, skids, and cardboard. It compacts objects that a human being cannot compress on their own.
In a commercial building, it compacts trash in bulk to save time in hauling massive amounts of garbage every day. Overall, these machines improve safety, increase warehouse space, and lower the cost of exporting waste materials.
Electrical Requirements for Commercial Trash Compactors
Your commercial trash compactor must connect to a dedicated circuit with an adequate electrical supply. The voltage with which the compactor operates must be the same that the electrical circuit delivers, and the outlet and or safety disconnect must be within reach of its power cable. Therefore, your warehouse or commercial building must have the proper circuiting in the right place; TriStar Electric can professionally change the circuit voltage and location of your trash compactor. Correct installation of dedicated circuits and proper installation of the wiring and connections is essential to allow the compactor to function, avoid damage, and preserve the manufacturer’s warranty.
Commercial Cardboard Compactor Basics
Commercial cardboard compactors are especially beneficial in warehouses, which deal with cardboard waste daily. Warehouses might also use cardboard balers or cardboard shredders, both of which also consolidate cardboard into easy-to-transport units.
TriStar Electric provides electrical services for all kinds of commercial trash and cardboard compactors. We can install new, remove, relocate, and reconfigure circuits for your commercial cardboard compactors as well as any of your electrical warehouse equipment.
Additional Warehouse Equipment Wiring Services
Additional wiring services we offer include wiring for dock levelers, garage doors, lighting, and HVAC systems.
- Dock Levelers: We upgrade, unhook, and install circuits for dock levelers.
- Overhead Powered Garage Doors: Circuiting for warehouse garage doors is part of our motor wiring services.
- Rooftop HVAC System Connections: We perform electrical work for HVAC VFDs, chillers, motors, etc. We also service mini-splits, baseboards, and space heaters.
Contact Us for Trash Compactor Circuit Wiring Services!
We offer trash compactor circuit wiring and other warehouse electrical services throughout Maryland. If you are looking for cardboard compactor circuit wiring services, you can also rely on TriStar Electric. Contact us if you need our services in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Howard, or Prince George’s counties. Our professional service is also available to businesses in Washington, D.C.