Maximize Efficiency: Industrial Electrical Solutions

Moore Electric provides comprehensive industrial electrical solutions for distribution, biotech, cold storage, light manufacturing and commercial industrial facilities.

Don’t Risk Unreliable Power Distribution – Trust an Expert.

Benefit from the highest quality electrical solutions for industrial facilities, allowing greater efficiency and reliability. Cut energy costs with state-of-the-art LED lighting systems while mitigating risk through switchgear & transformer maintenance. 

Improve your safety standards with our industrial electrical services – all backed by timely service responses to any requests that arise! 


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frequently asked questions

An industrial electrician is a type of electrical contractor who specializes in working with large-scale, complex and potentially dangerous electrical systems found in manufacturing plants, factories, power plants and other industrial facilities.

Industrial electricians are responsible for installing, troubleshooting and repairing all types of electrical equipment used in these environments including motors, generators, motor controllers, switchgear and more.

The benefits of using an industrial electrician include:

  •  Increased safety in hazardous environments.
  • Cost savings through accurate and timely repairs and maintenance.
  • More reliable equipment as a result of regularly scheduled preventative maintenance.
  • Improved energy efficiency with the installation of energy-efficient lighting systems and other technologies.

Finding a qualified industrial electrician can be done by researching local contractors or reaching out to municipal or professional organizations such as the CSLB, State Department of Industrial Relations or the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).

Additionally, references from colleagues, friends & family can help you narrow down your search. When interviewing potential contractors, make sure to ask about their experience with similar projects and the safety protocols they have in place.