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Terms Associated with Electric Supplies Manufacturers

Electricians, homebuilders and other construction contractors often purchase their wiring and lighting products from electric supplies manufacturers. However, these distributors may also sell electrical equipment to the general public, often at wholesale prices. Below is a sampling of terms to be familiar with when purchasing products from an electric supplies manufacturer.

  • Electrical Wiring – A wire is a bendable metal capable of carrying electric power. Most wiring for residential or commercial buildings is now made of copper.
  • Conduit – A system of wires within a structure that will power lighting fixtures and other electrical devices.
  • Jumper – A wire that connects two electrical terminals.
  • Current – Current refers to the flow of power through an electrical wire.
  • Cable – Sometimes used interchangeably with wire, a cable is actually a collection of wires surrounded by insulation within a grounding jacket or shield.
  • Distribution System – The part of an electrical power system that serves as a distributor from the power station to the individual user.
  • Fuse Box – The fuse box protects electrical systems from an overflow of current, which may result in a loss of power. The devices inside a fuse box that disconnect the current are called breakers.
  • Ampere – A unit that measures the flow of electric current.
  • Voltage – A measurement of the forcefulness of electrical flow.
  • Wattage – The rate of electricity used in lights and household appliances. A kilowatt equals 1,000 hours of electric power.
  • Socket – The place on a light fixture where the bulb is inserted. A socket can also refer to an electrical outlet where a device is plugged in.
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    National Electrical Manufacturers Assn
    Arlington, VA 22209
    NEMA provides a forum for the development of technical standards that are in the best interests of the industry. Promoting advocacy of industry policies on legislative and regulatory matters.
     
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    Ohio Electric Motors
    30 Paint Fork Rd, Barnardsville, NC 28709
    Your premier manufacturer of electric motors, permanent magnet motors and wound field motors. We also specialize in explosion proof motors to meet all your electric equipment needs. Top notch electric equipment manufacturers.
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    (828) 626-2901
     
    User Review: "Provided us with quality dc motor design and construction. Very happy with our decision to use ohio electric motors."
    Bluejay Enterprises Group, Inc.
    3721 Atmore Street, Charlotte, NC 28205
    Manufacturer of cutting edge electronic communications equipment that services regional and national accounts.
    (866) 670-8811
    Consolidated El
    671 George Wilson Rd, Boone, NC 28607
    (828) 264-8788
    County Electric Supply Co LTD
    450 Nc Highway 105 Byp, Boone, NC 28607
    (828) 297-5495
    City Electric Supply
    201 Helen Blevins Rd, West Jefferson, NC 28694
    (336) 846-2002
    Western Carolina Electrical Supply Co
    908 Morganton Blvd Sw, Lenoir, NC 28645
    (828) 754-5311
    Rexel
    1028 West Ave Nw, Lenoir, NC 28645
    (828) 754-0901
    North Fork Electric
    1309 Willie Brown Rd, Crumpler, NC 28617
    (336) 982-4020
    Cline Holder Electric Supply
    2003 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN 37643
    (423) 543-4444
    Western Carolina Electrical Supply Co
    1203 Woodfield Way, Wilkesboro, NC 28697
    (336) 667-1231
    Williams Electric Supply
    1245 Volunteer Pkwy, Bristol, TN 37620
    (423) 764-6166
    Graybar Electric
    536 Anderson St, Bristol, TN 37620
    (423) 844-1050
    Appalachian Protective Services
    31 Cross St Ste 230, Spruce Pine, NC 28777
    (828) 765-9797
    Leviton Manufacturing
    113 Industrial Blvd, Morganton, NC 28655
    (828) 584-1611
    City Electric Supply
    513 E Union St, Morganton, NC 28655
    (828) 391-2008


    Electric supplies manufacturers commonly develop lighting, wiring, and power equipment. They then sell these wholesale materials and products to distributors or dealers around the world. As you may know, this is a very large industry that involves products like insulation, plug conduits, light switches, cable outlets, and fuse boxes. Electrical supplies are typically used for industrial, commercial, and residential purposes. This is why wholesalers sell this equipment in bulk to smaller stores in order to be distributed. It is common for a surplus of electrical supply items to be acquired by hardware stores and home improvement centers. This way, an electrician or contractor can purchase things like fitting cables, outlet covers, and light switches for a specific job. While one professional may need these lighting and wiring supplies for a new commercial building project, another electrician may require plug outlets and power cables for residential home construction. It all depends on the project at hand and the contractor's needs. In this day and age, there are a wide variety of electrical supplies manufactured to suit distributors and electrician needs all across the United States and the world. Regardless of where you reside, there is likely to be a distributor in your area. By visiting a local home improvement store or hardware shop in your area, you can certainly learn a great deal more about electrical supplies, and the professionals who manufacture them. You can also obtain more information simply by contacting an electrician or electrical contractor. The more you know, the better.
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