Our approach, developed over decades of experience, is fine-tuned to get the results you want.
We deliver concept-to-completion solutions, designed by temporary power specialists with access to the largest inventory of high-quality power generation and distribution equipment in North America.
From a wide range of diesel and natural gas generators to transformers, cable, light towers and more, our large rental fleet and extensive vendor network ensure we’ll have the temporary power equipment that your project requires — every time.
For nearly 20 years, we have been at work powering projects across Canada’s industrial sectors.
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From our inception in 1998, we have been building our team on a foundation of excellence. Our team members’ passion, expertise and commitment are what have allowed us to grow into a national company with projects across Canada.
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With our industry-leading temporary power expertise, unparalleled equipment access and dedication to our clients’ success, it is not surprising that Trinity Power sees a lot of repeat business.
But besides working with the best, our long-standing clients gain something else from an ongoing relationship with us: familiarity.
We’re not just talking about being on a first name basis with your spouse, your kids and your dog; we’re talking about a deep knowledge of your requirements and processes that enables the Trinity team to build even more efficiency and customization into our approach.
Here’s one example that highlights our work for a return client.
In business for over 40 years, this client designs, manufactures, and distributes the highest quality slurry and sump pumps for heavy-duty solids handling.
Their focus on continuous improvement has ensured that the equipment they manufacture leads the industry in reliability and innovation, and their commitment to excellent service and efficiency have made them a customer favourite.
Sectors where their pumps are used and loved include the oil & gas, mining, dredging, power, and steel industries.
Before entering a production phase, good manufacturers will test their prototypes rigorously. But what to do when testing your equipment requires a power configuration that your facility can’t accommodate? You call Trinity Power.
In order to test a number of motors effectively, our client needed a large amount of power at 4160V – something that wasn’t going to be possible with the electrical system on site.
Having worked with Trinity Power during several testing phases over the years, our client didn’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Having worked together on similar projects in the past, everyone knew what to expect: our client was able to tell us right away what cable length they required and which voltage they needed to step up to. And on our side, the Trinity team knew exactly which equipment configuration would perform the best on this job.
Trinity Power supplied:
In order to streamline installation on site, the generator came with a camlock connection and the Trinity techs hung 4/0 camlock tails off the 480V side of the transformer to make it a plug and play connection.
To keep the testing as hassle-free as possible, Trinity delivered a generator that was slightly oversized in order to handle the inrush of the motor and procured a transformer that could handle the generator’s rating.
Thanks to the streamlined, plug’n’play system designed and delivered by Trinity Power, along with the familiarity we had with our client’s requirements, they were able to complete their testing efficiently, without any headaches or unknowns.
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