Rising Cost & Supply Chain Issues | Solutions for your business


Supply chain challenges and inflation are impacting nearly every business. One of the best ways to avoid these problems and minimize downtown for your business is by investing in preventative maintenance and testing of your electrical equipment.

Preventative maintenance and testing can identify issues and help repair before there is a failure. An unplanned outage can be detrimental to a business and the addition of shipping delays along with limited availability of equipment and manpower can make the situation even worse.

According to the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), the risk of failure of electrical distribution components is 3x higher without preventive maintenance.

So, what tools can you use to identify deteriorating equipment before failure and detect potential electrical hazards in your electrical system?

An effective electrical preventative maintenance program should be performed on a routine basis per the National Fire Protection Association and should include the following tools and solutions.

  • Visual Inspection by licensed electricians
  • Infrared Thermography
  • Ultrasonic Testing
  • De-Energized Testing
  • Energized Testing
  • Voltage & Current Diagnostics
  • Power Factor Testing
  • Proper Torquing
  • Power Quality Analysis
  • Surge Suppression Analysis
  • Electronic documentation
  • Safety standards compliance
  • Repairs and upgrades of electrical equipment

Performing electrical preventive maintenance requires specialized training and certifications. Transworld Electric has a full-time commitment, with staff and resources, dedicated to maintaining electrical distribution systems.

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