Short circuit and coordination studies are completed when additional load is placed on your electrical system as a result of expansion, the addition of new equipment, if a new local uninterruptible power supply has been added, if a new utility feed has been installed, when new transformers have been installed, and generally when there has been additional load placed on your electrical system.
The study includes determining what the maximum load limits of your electrical distribution system. ETC's studies will ensure safe functioning of all electrical equipment and ensure the longevity of your electrical power distribution system.
Short circuit and coordination studies inevitably save time and reduce the strain on resources by not only ensuring efficient power distribution, but also by preempting costly repairs by managing wear and tear on your power distribution system's components, including circuit breakers, relays, fuses, and the circuits themselves.
The study will determine what steps are necessary to ensure that sufficient protections are in place to protect the system. The study determines whether transformers, switchgear - switchboards, substations, motor control centers, panelboards, and other electrical components are working properly to protect your system and users.
After we complete our study, we will determine what the best steps are to ensure that no costly catastrophic failures will occur.
Offering electrical testing services, including field testing, uninterruptible power supply services, and electrical engineering services for industries, The Electrical Testing Company is the perfect guide to providing you with prompt resolutions and preemptive measures. Never go a day without power or a day worrying about whether you electrical system can withstand the pressures and demands it endures.
ETC has offered testing, engineering, and electrical emergency services for over two decades to clients worldwide. Based in Hayward, California, ETC is the perfect choice for projects of all sizes and in all locations.
ETC’s services are divided into three divisions, field services, uninterruptible power supply services, and electrical engineering services.