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Can you imagine how your car would run if you never took it in for an oil change or tune-up? It’s probably not a good idea and it’s definitely not an appointment you would skip. Just as your car needs a regular oil change and tune-up to run efficiently, so does your substation.
Early detection of electrical equipment weakness or potential hazard through annual substation maintenance helps to keep operational and associated costs to a minimum, extend the life of the electrical system, and improve safety conditions for your electrical system operating personnel.
If by now you have completed, or scheduled, your Infrared Scan of your electrical equipment, your next step should be to book your annual substation maintenance. Substation maintenance is recommended one month after a certified infrared thermographer has scanned and provided a report so any necessary repairs can be made.
When you are ready to book your service appointment, here are some key points to remember, substation maintenance should include:
- testing and calibration;
- repair and;
- analysis of electrical insulating fluids
as required of high and low voltage electrical and mechanical components.
A detailed engineering report summarizing any deficiencies found and recommendations for repair should be given to you after the service is complete. All data collected should be recorded for historical reference and used to monitor the electrical system's overall performance from year-to-year.
At LTL, all of our substation maintenance services are directed and performed by LTL's in-house experienced certified technicians. We offer maintenance programs to suit your budgetary and operational requirements, while ensuring all applicable regulatory and legislated requirements are met.
Call or e-mail us to get more information, get a quote or book your appointment.
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