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Three Phase Systems In New Orleans

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Three phase power supply systems are a commonly used form of electrical power for commercial properties, especially for larger installations like factories, offices, or any other building that has a high demand for unhindered electrical power. Three phase systems are frequently used to supply power for larger appliances or motors, and have become a very popular method of supplying electrical power from the national grid. Because some of these larger properties and businesses have electrical equipment that consumes large amounts of energy, a three phase system proves to be a more economical and efficient method of delivering power to them since they are able to transmit more voltage overall with only a small increase in the number of wires required.

Here at MK Electric Man, our team of professional New Orleans electricians can help you maintain any three phase system you might already have in place, or help you with the design and installation of a brand new one if that is what you require. All of the systems that we install and work on are guaranteed to be running efficiently and effectively once we're finished with our work, and you can always rest assured that your new system will be at the top of the game in terms of reliability. Here at MK Electric Man, we understand just how important your electrical system is to the daily operation of your business, and we do everything in our power to minimize any interruptions our service causes to the flow of your business while still making sure that we deliver you a finished product that you can count on when it comes to reliability, function, and safety.

Give us a call today if you have any questions about our full line of professional three phase system services, or if you would like to schedule an appointment for consultation with one of our skilled specialists. Our team of experts are always standing by and would be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.

Benefits Of Three Phase Circuit Systems

  • The phase currents tend to cancel one another out, leaving a zero sum when it comes to a linear balanced load. This is a large part of what allows the neutral conductor to be of a smaller size in this type of system, as it doesn't have to carry as much of a current.
  • Generator and motor vibrations are reduced because the transfer of power is constant.
  • Three phase circuit systems can produce a rotating magnetic field with a specified direction and a constant magnitude, which allows for a simplified design when it comes to electric motors.

Why Choose A Three Phase System?

Simply put, in a three phase system, the magnitude and the direction of the flow of electricity comes at a slightly different time in each of the phases. This means that the current that is flowing in the common neutral is going the be the sum of the neutral currents from all three phases. This allows a three phase system to still generate the voltage needed to power larger equipment, but to do so in a safer and more efficient manner since the current that is produced in a three phase system is actually going to be lower than in other systems.


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If you are looking for a professional New Orleans electrician to help you with three phase systems for your commercial property, give us a call today at 504-899-5483 or complete our online request form.