A preventative maintenance program with periodic testing, inspection and corrective service uncovers imminent problems to avert unplanned (and costly) shutdowns.
Maintenance tests determine, detect and remedy key factors, including:
- Electrical equipment is suitable for safe and continued service
- Mechanical and control problems
- Incorrect settings
- Inadequate protection
- Planning of retirement of ageing equipment
- Prevent costly disruptions, unplanned outages
- Identify potential failures
Preventative Maintenance Plan – Electrical Testing
SNEET can provide you with a multi-year preventive maintenance plan outlined to best suite your electrical distribution system and budget. When dealing with service-aged equipment, many criteria are used in determining what equipment is to be tested, at what intervals, and to what extent. Ambient conditions, availability of down time, and maintenance budgets are but a few of the considerations that go into the planning of a maintenance schedule.
All maintenance is performed to the most recent ANSI/NETA Standard for Maintenance Testing Specifications. Scheduled maintenance can save thousands of dollars in unplanned interruption costs.