Category: Testing


Why Your Company Needs Electrical Preventive Maintenance

    When it comes to your business, the most important thing is facilitating an environment where your employees can work safely. In order for your business to continue its success, it’s clearly also essential that they’re able to work productively and avoid distractions or interruptions. Companies of all shapes and sizes utilize electrical equipment  … Read more

3 Reasons To Hire An Oil And Gas Consultant

    The average American typically knows one thing about the energy and gas industries: they’re quick to recognize when the prices at the pump rise. Beyond the surface, however, there’s an abundance of complex moving pieces and a flood of changes that affect oil and gas companies around the world. The energy sphere, in  … Read more

What Causes Electrical Transformers to Fail?

A transformer is an electrical device that consists of two or more coils that transfers electrical energy from one electrical circuit to another. They are used to boost voltage levels to transfer energy long distances and then lower voltage levels to decrease line losses during transmission. While power transformers often require less care compared to  … Read more

The Who, What, Where and Why of NERC Compliance

NERC has been the primary point of contact with the U.S. government for the electric industry since 1968. This corporation was established in case of a breach in national security or a critical infrastructure issue arises. NERC is authorized by the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC) to ensure the dependability and consistency of the North American  … Read more

Load Bank Testing: What It Is and Why Your Business Needs It

Having a fully functioning and reliable standby generator in the event of an unplanned power outage is imperative to keep your business up and running. The purpose of an emergency generator is to supply your facility with power when an emergency arises and power from the grid is lost. When faced with this situation, you  … Read more