Electrical Protection at the Pedestal
How is your marina preventing accidental electrical current leaks? Are you doing everything possible to create a safe environment at your marina to prevent electrical shock drowning?
Marinas like yours shoulder a serious responsibility to protect boaters and guests, and that includes complying with evolving regulations and preventing fatal risk. As a specialist in ELCI (Equipment Leakage Circuit Interrupter) ground fault protection devices, North Shore Safety designs and manufactures standard and custom electrical safety products for the marine industry that can weather the storm and provide peace of mind.
Stop Electrical Leaks
Your marina members and guests rely on dependable power from dock pedestals to operate essential equipment like air conditioners, refrigerators and battery chargers, and to maintain a comfortable lifestyle while they’re on board. With a 30mA trip level, nuisance tripping is minimized while still providing potential lethal shock protection. Without individual ELCI protection on every pedestal, one boat’s electrical leakage becomes every boater’s problem. Not to mention, marine electrical leaks can cause fatal electric shock drowning.
You can stop electrical leaks in your marina by retrofitting rather than dealing with the exorbitant cost of replacing dock pedestals. North Shore Safety’s Marine ELCI allows you to efficiently retrofit power at the source, on budget.
Retrofit Power with Marine ELCI
North Shore Safety specializes in ELCI and GFCI products, so our engineers and support team understand what safety product your marine environment demands. The Marine ELCI gives you the power to efficiently retrofit dock pedestals without the financial burden of completely replacing each unit.
- 30 amp and 50 amp permanent and portable mount available
- NEMA 4x wet location rated
- Enclosure withstands chemical and UV light exposure
- Standard and custom models
How Is Your Marina Addressing ESD Risk?
Test data shows that most stray electrical current in marina waters comes from boats. How is your marina addressing this risk?
Signs alone are not enough. People still end up in the water from accidental falls, not seeing, or simply ignoring the signs.
Additional information about ESD: https://www.electricshockdrowning.org/
Trust the Source
North Shore Safety is a specialist in ground fault protection and produces industrial-grade, industrial-tough products that stand up in rugged environments. Safety is our focus, customer service is our strength, and delivering dependable, long-lasting Marine ELCI solutions to the market is one of our specialties. Ask us how we can reduce liability and protect your marina from electrical leakage.
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