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Industrial Electrical Maintenance Services

Meet the Team

  • Bubba Lee

    Bubba Lee

    As a Preconstruction/Facilities Advisor for Dixie Electric Plumbing & Air. Bubba Lee brings over 22 years of experience of outside sales in the manufacturing , industrial and commercial markets. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from Auburn University Montgomery. Bubba is married to his wife Keri for 20 years and they have two sons. Bubba enjoys spending time with his family, watching his two sons play basketball and playing golf.

  • Michael J.

    Michael J.

    Michael has been a trustworthy electrician for 15 years and started with Dixie in 2007. He likes all things electric and loves knowing that he can help people harness that power to create light. In his free time, Michael likes to go to church and spend time with his family.

  • Melissa Pritchett

    Melissa Pritchett

    Melissa has been with Dixie since 2012 and has been in the customer service field for over 19 years. She is a critical member of our Customer Care Team. When not at work, Melissa enjoys cheering on her favorite college football team – Alabama – and spending time with her family.

  • Gary W.

    Gary W.

    Gary has spent the last 20 years as an electrician. He started with Dixie in 1994. When he’s not helping those that need help with their electrical issues, he’s gardening or spending time in church.

Industrial Electrical Maintenance Services

Many costly electrical breakdowns can be prevented by the kind of quality installation work Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air’s electricians perform, but there’s another part of the equation that’s just as important. It’s electrical preventative maintenance (EPM).

Quality electrical preventive maintenance is absolutely vital for industrial facilities. When a problem shuts down a manufacturing facility, warehouse operation or call center, the lost dollars add up minute-by-minute. It is not the time to wonder if improper or lack of maintenance is the reason for the shutdown.

You can depend on Dixie to find problems before they happen. One example is using the very latest thermal imaging tools to locate any hot spots. It might be a single breaker in a service panel. When located early, it’s an easy fix without disrupting production.

But, without thorough preventative maintenance, the single breaker can continue to overheat and damage or destroy the entire electrical panel. Now the plant is shut down for hours, and the losses can quickly mount into hundreds of thousands of dollars—or even more.

According to the Hartford Insurance Company, there should be an infrared or thermographic inspection on distribution panels, cable connections, motor control centers, and other critical equipment. They recommend at least one inspection every three years. More frequently in some situations.

Electrical preventive maintenance requires special training. Count on Dixie’s electricians to have a thorough understanding of electrical safety and procedures with the training behind it to prevent costly breakdowns.

Our electrical preventive maintenance includes:

  • Infrared Thermography Level II
  • Visual & Mechanical Inspection
  • Voltage & Current Diagnostics
  • Ultrasonic Services
  • System Grounding Analysis
  • Emergency Lighting & Exit Signage
  • Documentation
  • De-Energized Services
  • Arc Flash Hazard
  • Analysis & Solutions
  • Power Quality Analysis
  • Load Harmonic Analysis
  • Load Capacity Studies
  • Insulating Fluids Analysis
  • Short Circuit Analysis
  • Relay & Circuit Breaker Coordination
  • Provide Equipment Specific Labels
  • Site Surveys To Provide As-Built Drawings
  • Site Survey & Single Line Diagram Generation
  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • OSHA Safety Compliant
  • One Year Warranty On All Repairs,
  • Upgrades, & New Installs
  • PE Engineering Services

In short, electrical preventive maintenance is cost effective. It always costs less to make repairs to equipment before failures or malfunctions occur. A planned shutdown is cheap compared to an emergency shutdown caused by a system breakdown.

With so much at stake don’t take that chance. Call Dixie now to set up electrical preventative maintenance in your industrial facility.

In the rare instance there’s a service we can’t provide, depend on Dixie to find a company who can. We want to make sure you get what you need. Our goal is to make you happy so you will call us next time.

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