Electrical Sales, Distributing & Consulting, Inc. Since 1989

         dba ESD&C, Inc. CUCP Certified DBE #35345

Specializes in R/R and Transit Sales

Bids to meet Commercially Useful Function (CUP) as

Required by Current DOT-FTA Rules for DBE Suppliers




ESD&C, Inc.

1499 Bayshore Hwy

Suite 131

Burlingame, CA 94010



Electrical Sales, Distributing & Consulting, Inc., doing business as ESD&C, Inc., warehouses wire and Polywater products on the San Francisco peninsula for local delivery and works with contractors, utilities, railroad/transit agencies and end users to provide wire and cable, UPS power systems, transformers, fiber optic cable, switchgear and associated electrical distribution products in California and Nevada. ESD&C works with major wire and cable manufacturers in the United States in an effort to provide sales and service, as required, to any U.S. job site.  In addition, ESD&C works with electrical consultants, electrical engineers and transit authorities on wire and cable specifications.


     * Bare Solid and Bare Stranded Copper

     * Trolley (OCS) Cable and Messenger Cable

     * Railroad and Transit Signal and Control Cable

     * Traction Power Cable - 2000V, 2.4kV, 25kV & 35kV

     * BART 35.5 kV Cable

     * Medimum Voltage MV-105: 5kV through 35kV

     * DLO

     * 600 Volt Power and Control

     * Switchgear

     * Conduit

     * UPS Systems

     *  Power Transformers

     * Polywater Products (Polywater J in stock)

     * Master Pull Plans with Pulling Calculations

ESD&C has completed 2kV & 2.4kV and 35kV pull plans with pulling calculations for submittal on myriad major projects in California, e.g. BART, EBMUD, Santa Clara VTA, SFMTA, De Anza College, UC Berkeley, Port of Oakland, El Camino Hospital, Oakland International Airport. When completing a pull plan for submittal and approval, occasionally with a P.E. stamp, ESD&C strives to work within the cable manufacturer's installation guidelines the end user's and/or the electrical consultant's specification and develop a pull plan that is "workable" for the installing contractor. This only can be achieved with job-walks and coordination with the General Foreman/Cable Pulling Foreman on the project and first-hand experience dealing with wire and cable manufacturers and electrical consultants in the realm of pulling tension, jam ratio, percent fill, coefficients of friction and sidewall bearing pressure limits.