Surge Protection North West

A surge protector is an appliance or device intended to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes in alternating current circuits. A voltage spike is a transient event, typically lasting 1 to 30 microseconds, that may reach over 1,000 volts.

The surge protection device (SPD) attempts to lessen the voltage supplied to an electrical device by either blocking or shorting to ground any unwanted voltages above a safe standard.

Products such as com­puters, print­ers, tele­vi­sions, in­dus­trial con­trol equip­ment, alarms, mi­crowaves and wash­ing ma­chines are com­mon place. These can all be vul­ner­able to tran­si­ent over­voltages, which can sig­ni­fic­antly re­duce the equip­ment’s lifespan through de­grad­a­tion and dam­age.

Berry Electrical Services are independent electrical contractors based in Haslingden, Lancashire. We are highly qualified & have vast experience in installing surge protection devices for clients in the North West areas of Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire and Merseyside but are also able to work anywhere in the UK.

To arrange a quote please contact us today