Equipment Standards

CSA Approved Equipment, Innovative Design and Turnkey Service

QA/QC Equipment

Our high quality product standards and stringent QA/QC processes are the result of our team members' hands-on, real-world temporary-power experience. Our project managers all have field experience as Journeyman Electricians, working onsite and in the elements. That experience, along with years of customer feedback, goes into the concept, design and manufacturing of new equipment. We're proud to brand the high-quality, user-friendly equipment we develop in house with the Trinity Power colours.

All our equipment is NEMA 3R outdoor rated, CSA approved and comes with a protective frame with crane, forklift, and pallet jack lifting points.  We manufacture with plug-n-go convenience, safety and ease-of-use in mind; camlok is the standard, but hardwire options are also readily available.  Whatever your project demands, we can meet the need.

And our research and development never ends.  We are committed to the ongoing enhancement of our equipment line, in the form of upgraded units and complete redesigns.  End-user feedback has been key to the reputation for equipment quality that we are proud to have earned.   

If you have any questions about our equipment, specifications or applications, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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