Triton Electrical is the only provider of design and installation services for central control systems within the Perth, Western Australia. We don’t subcontract. Your system is tailored to your project requirements and installed by our professional team
Managing Director, Graeme Miller, has worked in the commercial electrical contracting industry for over 20 years. Triton Electrical was established in 2009 and through Graeme’s expertise and a strong, professional team of qualified technicians, has become a trusted name in commercial electrical services throughout the metropolitan area.
We design as well as install your control system and can identify and recommend the best system and equipment for your requirements. Triton Electrical only works with well-known, established brands such as:
In the office, we are supported by the latest in online technology support so our clients’ information and documentation are accessible wherever we are in the field. It also ensures we’re able to keep you informed about the progress of your project at all times.
Using only the best quality products, a wealth of industry knowledge and a collaborative approach with clients has seen Triton Electrical become a preferred supplier for local government. We have successfully delivered projects for local councils, housing estates, nurseries and recreation areas. Our various projects have included:
Triton Electrical are a solutions-driven business and can develop, design and install a tailor-made system for your requirements.
Regulations we adhere to:
|Wiring Rules sections (AS/NZS 3000:2007)||AS/NZS 3001:2008 Electrical installations – Transportable structures and vehicles including their site supplies|
|Western Australian OSH Regulations 1996||AS/NZS 3008.1.1:2009 Electrical installations – Selection of cables|
|Electricity (Licensing) Regulations 1991||AS 2790-1989 Electricity generating sets – Transportable (up to 25 kW)|
|Electricity Regulations 1947||AS/NZS 3012:2010 Electrical installations – Construction and demolition sites|
|Electricity Act 1945||WA Electrical Requirements (WAER) 2014|