Commercial Electricians in Bristol
Through our experienced team of commercial electricians in Bristol & Avonmouth, we are able to offer a full range of electrical installation services, from design to installation of individual power supplies through to full scale installations including lighting design and control and energy efficient systems including LED lighting.
Electrical installation condition reporting is a large part of our business in the commercial sector and we are able to carry out inspections on small installations through to large sites such as retail outlets, office environments, schools, colleges and public buildings.
Commercial electrical work in Bristol we undertake includes:
- Design and implementation of single and three phase electrical systems
- Electrical installation condition reports
- Energy efficient lighting control
- LED lighting
- Office refurbishment
- Energy metering. New and retro fit
- Planned and reactive maintenance
- Containment installation
- Distribution board installation and upgrade
- Building management systems
- network wiring and structured cabling
- CCTV installations
- fire alarm systems
- Emergency lighting
- Door access
- Security Alarms
- Sports ground lighting
- Exterior power/lighting
- Retail outlets
- Portable appliances testing
Electrical Contractors in Avonmouth & Bristol
Available electrical contractor services include:
- Social Housing Developments
- New House Building
- Commercial Installations
- Conversions and Extensions
- Fire Alarms and Emergency Lighting Systems
An electricity meter or energy meter is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, business or an electrically powered device.
Electricity meters are typically calibrated in billing units, the most common one being the kilowatt hour [kWh]. Periodic readings of electric meters establishes billing cycles and energy used during a cycle.
In settings when energy savings during certain periods are desired, meters may measure demand, the maximum use of power in some interval. “Time of day” metering allows electric rates to be changed during a day, to record usage during peak high-cost periods and off-peak, lower-cost, periods. Also, in some areas meters have relays for demand response shedding of loads during peak load periods.
Electricity meters operate by continuously measuring the instantaneous voltage (volts) and current amperes to give energy used (in joules, kilowatt-hours etc.). Meters for smaller services (such as small residential customers) can be connected directly in-line between source and customer. For larger loads, more than about 200 ampere of load, current transformers are used, so that the meter can be located other than in line with the service conductors. The meters fall into two basic categories, electromechanical and electronic.
What we can do to help
ICS are able to supply and install energy meters to a new build or retro fit to an existing installation, giving the client the opportunity to monitor and reduce their energy consumption.
The energy meter can also be connected to the building management system to provide excellent monitoring ability.