Whether you are building a new facility, adding new equipment to an existing system, or are having power issues we have the tools to validate your power supply is meeting the necessary requirements.
By completing a Load Analysis, we can determine if the current/ future state of the facility electrical utilities are sufficient. We can also make sure the power distribution system is balanced to ensure each piece of equipment has the necessary supply it needs to function without overloading the grid. After the Analysis is complete, we will provide a comprehensive report detailing the equipment and its respective loads.
Additionally, we can monitor your current system to discover any power fluctuations, surges, or sags, in real time. We inspect the equipment in question and the surrounding facility to understand what could be causing the irregularity in power.
Our experienced team of electrical engineers will identify the power draw of each piece of equipment in an electrical distribution system and generate the necessary reports. These reports will provide an elaborate analysis of the total power requirements, as well as an evaluation of loading with recommendations.
If power monitoring is needed, we will inspect the equipment in question and the surrounding facility to understand what could be causing the irregularity. Once the active power monitoring period has concluded, we will develop detailed reports that indicate areas of concern and the overall health of the electrical equipment.
Our electrical team will work with you to create a better understanding of your electrical needs and develop solutions to make your system more robust.
Why We Do It
Electrical load calculations to ensure sufficient power utilities
Identify distribution systems at risk for overloading
Better understanding of incoming power
Power irregularities identification
Support Preventative Maintenance
Equipment Power Identification: Understanding the power requirements for each piece of tooling.
Ensure a Loading Balance: Make sure you have enough power for your next installation. Understand how much power your equipment is actually drawing.
Keep Equipment protected: Protect your equipment by identifying any power surges or sags before they deal damage.
Identify faulty equipment: Learn which equipment is hindering your system.
Make sure you have enough power for your next installation. Understand how much power your equipment is actually drawing.
Detailed report of each piece of equipment in the distribution system and electrical requirements
Evaluation of loading and providing recommendations to prevent overloading