A Transfer Switch is Your Critical Link to Uninterrupted Power

Few incidents are more catastrophic to essential facilities than a power interruption. That is why facilities, such as hospitals, which supply critical services to those dependent on them, must be able to function 24/7 without missing a beat. Ridgeline Electrical Industries will help establish and maintain an uninterrupted power flow to your equipment through our industrial transfer switch installation. We’ll review the job of a transfer switch and the types of switches we can install.

Industrial Transfer Switch Installation

Why You Need a Transfer Switch

The purpose of a transfer switch is to transfer the electrical load between power sources. For example, a transfer switch would transfer the electrical load from the main grid to a generator when the grid becomes compromised or unavailable. A transfer switch is necessary for safe and successful operations.

Industrial Automatic Transfer Switch

This type of switch will transfer power to another source automatically without any human intervention when a power failure occurs. This is an ideal solution for large corporations and critical services.

Commercial Manual Transfer Switch

If you run a smaller business operation, this would be a more economical solution for you. A commercial manual transfer switch will transfer power but requires an operator to switch the load.

Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch

The bypass isolation transfer switch can isolate the switch from the power system if it needs serviced. This will provide the transfer switch service without interrupting power to the loads.

Schedule Transfer Switch Service 

Ridgeline Electrical Industries will help you proactively ensure a seamless power transfer in an emergency. In addition to our industrial transfer switch installation services, we provide industrial electrical services, commercial electrical services, and more. Contact us at (317) 660-5807 to request service or request a proposal. We serve Indianapolis and the surrounding areas, including Fishers, Greenwood, Mooresville, Noblesville, Lafayette, and Anderson.