It’s how we service our customers. It’s how we build our products. And it’s how we treat our employees. The result is power distribution equipment that’s more innovative, longer lasting and delivered by experts who listen, respond and follow through.The Trystar Story
One manufacturer – right here in Minnesota – helps make it all happen: Trystar
Better engineered and better built: That’s why our products last significantly longer than the competition, even under the most demanding conditions. And if you don’t see what you need, we’ll make it.
Our line of temporary power products cover all of your power distribution needs, helping you safely connect and distribute power throughout your event, job site, shipyard, or arena. They’re manufactured for durability in rough climates, yet designed to sit front and center at any special event.
Easily connect a portable energy source to any building, hospital, pump station or concert hall using our line of generator docking stations. We offer a variety of convenient options and customized features including two-wire auto start, load dump receptacles, shore power receptacles, metering and strip heaters.
We offer a variety of colors, stripes and custom print on every foot, both for aesthetics and security. Our single conductor cable is manufactured to the true American Wire Gauge standard, helping it to last longer and out-perform the competition. Our wide range of multi-conductor assemblies are also custom-printed, factory wired, and electrically tested before shipment to ensure trouble-free performance.
When it comes to electrical panels, Trystar has you covered. Multiple listings through UL, ETL and CSA means we can provide you with a panel that fits your application, from a small control panel to large switchboards. Our panels are built to last in the most demanding conditions and they can be customized with your colors and graphics.
It’s in the field where our products and people really prove themselves. Watch these short videos about Trystar in action in demanding environments like natural disasters and major events.