What you'll get
ELECTRICAL PANEL & DISTRIBUTION INSPECTION
Electrical equipment inventory and visual inspection
Verify all wiring methods meet the latest codes and standard practices
Tighten and torque electrical connections
Take electrical current readings with an electrical multimeter
Tighten and torque all electrical connections
EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSPECTION
Perform a full 90-minute emergency lighting test as per NFPA-101
Verify exit signs, battery packs and remote heads for proper illumination and location
Check batteries for corrosion
Aside from the certification sticker we put on all equipment and devices, we'll give you a full report of our findings and recommendations.
The best part is, most of what we find can be fixed on-the-spot with our certified technicians! No repeat visits from costly third-party contractors.
50 years of
We have the know-how you need.
Studies by the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), estimate that a properly functioning predictive maintenance program can provide a savings of 30 to 40 percent over reactive maintenance.
Increased component operational life/availability.
Decrease in equipment or process downtime
Decrease in costs for parts and labor.
Improved worker and environmental safety
Reduction In Facility Downtime
Increase in Production
Return on Investment
How to calculate the savings at your facility?
Start by estimating the costs of unplanned equipment failures. Factor in personnel resources, costs for parts, and the lost revenue from specific production lines. Then, once your thermal maintenance program is implemented, you can start to track the savings. Keep records of machine asset availability, production output, and the distribution of maintenance dollars plus total maintenance costs over time. Those numbers will show the return on your thermal imaging and maintenance investment.
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