Regardless of how safe your electrical gear was when it was originally installed, time and site conditions can compromise that safety. Even following manufacturers’ standards for equipment maintenance may miss potentially hazardous conditions.
The result can be arc flash or arc blast events and/or shock or electrocution risks. The National Fire Protection Association’s Standard 70B for recommended practices for preventative electrical maintenance, while not superseding manufacturers’ directives, seeks to minimize these risks.
Using visual inspection and infrared analysis Aschinger identifies risks, makes recommendations and performs the necessary maintenance to keep your facility safe.
An added benefit in older facilities is that Aschinger’s analysis process provides you with single-line diagrams and inventories of equipment that are not always readily available in once place.
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“Aschinger delivered a beautifully designed and installed process control network…. A truly professional installation leveraging 21st century technology that will reliably support our automation efforts for the next 20 years.”
“Shelli and Greg and Fred and everyone at Aschinger provide great service to TLC, and we appreciate it very much.”
“When Aschinger showed us the dollars and cents it was a no brainer. We went from 25-year-old fixtures to state of the art, and saved money in the process.”
“The experience with Aschinger Electric has been a pleasure with positive results.”
Your foreman was irreplaceable in assisting us prepare for the event in the week preceding it, as well as helpful in setting up generators and other electrical equipment the morning of the event. He worked closely with our own staff electricians, and ensured that the event electricity was provided as safe and aesthetically pleasing as possible.
“We truly appreciate your efforts in all aspects of the construction process, and hope that we will soon be working together again on another project.”