Relectric Helps Restore Circuit Breakers & Other Electrical Gear in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy
Relectric provides immediate onsite and offsite testing, repair, replacement or remanufacturing of circuit breakers, switchgear and motor controls (up to 15KV) as businesses regain power after Hurricane Sandy.
Shelton, CT (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Relectric has mobilized a field crew of over 10 sales engineers and 25 electrical service technicians in the northeast in response to outages caused by Hurricane Sandy.
"Our sales engineers are literally on the phones and driving around 24 hours a day right now to prevent unnecessary downtime for our customers, and for their customers," noted Relectric CEO Anthony Robinson. "There has been a massive amount of electrical infrastructure impacted by wind and water damage - switchgear, transformers, circuit breakers and motor control centers. We want to make sure people know that we're out here and able to help with immediate solutions."
Relectric anticipates there being an influx of calls for onsite service and remanufacturing work as a result of the catastrophic damage Hurricane Sandy unleashed on the eastern seaboard. Relectric also sees the need for service up and down the power distribution grid. "We see electrical systems from 208V , 480V, 4160V and even 15KV and up impacted by this storm. Fortunately, our technicians are equiped to handle all voltages and all vintages of switchgear, so we can help in almost any situation," Robinson explained.
Relectric operates locations across the country which has allowed them to keep their customer service center and primary distribution facilities open through the turmoil. While there may be business out of power today, companies like Relectric are working hard to get power systems back up and running as quickly as possible.
About The Company
Relectric is headquartered in Silicon Valley. Established in 2003, Relectric bridges the gap between standard electrical distribution and innovative solutions to complex electrical problems. The company offers equipment that is new in box, new surplus, remanufactured and reconditioned to original factory specifications. Relectric is aware of the safety concerns with power products as well as concerns over how electrical equipment and parts impact the environment. As a result, they have established an electrical equipment recovery and buying division to ensure that excess electrical equipment and demolished equipment is disposed of properly.
Relectric has the knowledge and resources to bring a wide range of environmentally compliant solutions to diverse markets. The company's forward-thinking approach and the ability to set standards in the market enables its customers to maintain total control of their projects, while Relectric's expertise and dedication ensures efficiency, integrated, end-to-end solutions and total project satisfaction.
Learn more at http://www.relectric.com.
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