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Water-damaged 480 volt switchboards. The equipment was rebuilt instead of replaced. Also, notice the lack of Arc Flash Hazard labels. Let’s protect our employees.
Arc-chute failure led to a power outage and small fire.
Grounding problems can lead to equipment failure and fires.
Improperly mounted safety switches can lead to equipment failure and safety hazards.
An electrical fault can damage electrical and electronic equipment.
An improper bus duct installation can leave your building susceptible to bus duct failure and the associated safety hazards and power outages.
Water infiltration into normal electrical equipment can be hazardous.
Wet elevator pit. Sometimes floods happen. Its best to know how to effectively quantify your damage.
Wet and contaminated elevator pit. We can help the insurance community reserve sufficient funds for repair.
Rusted elevator hoist ropes. The damaged ropes are a safety hazard.
An old, water-damaged elevator controller. We can help you sort out the code issues associated with repair or replacement.
A small electrical violation can lead to a major fire.
Sometimes a fire caused by an event outside of your property and lead to disaster.
A ground fault at your main distribution panel can lead to catastrophic damage, fire and explosion.
Arc chute damage in your switchgear can lead to a major power outage and expensive repairs.
Your fire alarm system is a vital for life safety. Make sure its working properly.
Is your facility still using inefficient halogen lighting? It’s time to go green and save money and energy.
Electrical rooms should not be used for general storage. Quick access to electrical equipment during and emergency can be vital.
Dryer fires are common. Be sure your system is installed and operated properly.
Damaged bus duct. Can your bus ducts operate long-term in your facility?
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