If you have a warehouse or flex space for your commercial business in Beltsville, you may also have a forklift or have thought about getting one. They are easily the most useful and commonly recognized piece of heavy equipment for warehouse operations. If you need to update your forklift chargers or install new ones, TriStar Electric can help. We have the skills and experience to install new dedicated circuits for your forklift chargers so that you don’t have to worry about anything slowing down your warehouse operations.
Get the Most Out Of Your Forklifts
Forklifts, along with their related equipment, side loaders, and pallet jacks, have been a warehouse staple for decades. The pallet jack is the most popular and recognizable type of forklift. It is small, compact, and relatively easy to use, allowing you to move pallets of materials in tight spaces. TriStar can also install this type of circuit. This equipment has often been gas-powered, but these days, it is just as likely to see electric forklifts.
When you have an electric-powered forklift, you have to have a charger connected to power, and that connection has to be on a dedicated circuit. TriStar Electric can handle everything related to the forklift charger circuit installation and wiring, including running the wiring from the main electric panel to the electric forklift charger, installing the circuit (TriStar Electric can install circuits with three-phase or single-phase wiring), and even installing the forklift charger. We can handle all forklift charger services, including repairs, replacements, reconfigurations, and relocations.
Avoid Common Forklift Circuit Problems
You can trust our team of excellent electricians to install your new forklift charger circuit correctly. When we complete your commercial electrical work, you won’t have to worry about us causing any problems you might experience with less skilled electricians. If you’ve had any of these issues, we can correct them for you:
- Open Circuit: Essentially, a broken circuit where the wiring has disconnected at some point (usually due to continual chafing against another object or because of bending wires), connectors have eroded, or switches are faulty.
- Shorted Circuit: A shorted circuit is when the fuse blows out or a circuit breaker trips because a low-resistance circuit receives too much electrical current.
- Ground Fault: Grounding electrical circuits connect to the shortest and most efficient path to ground, and typically, one forklift circuit should be grounded, but a second grounded circuit can cause an electrical short.
Call TriStar Electric for Forklift Circuit and Wiring Services!
TriStar Electric is a licensed and insured warehouse electrical company with decades of experience in Maryland. We look forward to hearing from you about your warehouse electrical needs, including forklift circuit and wiring issues. Contact us now at 410-799-5791 or 301-384-8880 or Tristarelectric.net to discuss your electrical needs.
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