Ensuring the highest reliability in critical infrastructure

The IPS power management business is an industry leader in power distribution equipment and services. It specializes in engineering-driven solutions for power system reliability, with service, repair, replacement, or remanufacturing for:

  • Circuit breakers
  • Control parts
  • Low- and medium-voltage motor control
  • Switchgear, contractors, switches, and parts
  • Transformers

We have extensive experience with power distribution equipment installation and commissioning. We also specialize in electrical asset recovery, dealing in vintage and surplus electrical equipment.

A leader in sustainability and the circular economy

IPS is a major distributor and remanufacturer of power distribution equipment. The company is a founding member of PEARL (Professional Electrical Apparatus Reconditioning League) and member of the Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC).

Today, IPS champions sustainability and the circular economy. We’ve kept over 15,000 circuit breakers out of landfills and returned over 10,000 circuit breakers to service.

We maintain inventories of surplus electrical equipment dating back to the post-World War II era. We also provide reverse engineering and manufacturing for equipment no longer supported by the OEM.

IPS PowerServe, our power management field service specialists, is a NETA-accredited organization with NETA- and NICET-certified electrical testing technicians. IPS also provides NCCER-accredited training and continuing education for technicians and engineers.

Single-source capabilities for coast-to-coast operations

The IPS power management business gives you single-source capabilities for critical infrastructure. We can coordinate and manage service, repair, and replacement for electric motors and generators, rotating equipment, and power distribution.

To discuss a single point of accountability for your critical infrastructure, talk to your local IPS representative or contact us here.

IPS has close working relationships with OEMs