Preventative Maintenance Solutions
Keeping Your Electrical & Power Systems Running at Peak Performance
A well-administered Electrical Preventative Maintenance program reduces accidents, saves lives, and minimizes costly breakdowns and unplanned downtime. Impending troubles can be identified before they become major problems requiring more expensive, time consuming solutions.
Why an Electrical Preventative Maintenance Program?
- Improved Life Safety
- Improved Power Quality
- Insurance Recommendations
- Reduction in Utility Costs
- Limit Costly Business Interruptions
- Increased Electrical Equipment Life-Span
- Equipment Manufacturers Recommendations
Electrical equipment deterioration is normal and equipment failure is inevitable. The moment your electrical distribution equipment is installed, a process of normal deterioration began. Hostile environments, overloads or severe duty cycles all contribute to this deterioration. Without Electrical Preventative Maintenance, the deterioration process can cause malfunction(s) and/or catastrophic failure.
Beginning where you assume the risk and ownership of your electrical distribution system, our comprehensive Electrical Preventative Maintenance program generally starts with an assessment while your system is fully energized. Using the latest in Infrared Thermographic Imaging, Ultrasonic Testing, Visual/Mechanical Inspection methods and Voltage/Current Analysis we will document any anomalies, which could lead to downtime, catastrophic failure and even fire!
Once our testing and analysis is complete, we will provide you with a comprehensive report of our inspection. We can also provide you with De-Energized services such as a thorough cleaning of your equipment and/or specialized testing.
An effective Electrical Preventative Maintenance program identifies and provides effective measures for dealing with them while maintaining the safety and integrity of your electrical distribution system.
Electrical Preventative Maintenance is also recommended by:
NEC (National Electric Code)
ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
NETA (International Electric Testing Association)
EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute)
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
Contact us today to see how we can help you keep your power systems running at peak performance.