Connecting, protecting and maintaining your daily operations.
It is always best to have an electrical systems plan. Maintenance leads to better safety, less outages, more efficient energy use, and can prevent catastrophic damage to essential equipment.
Sometimes things just go wrong. Being prepared to react is as important as prevention. Our team of highly skilled electrical technicians can respond to any emergency in a safe and timely manner.
Owners of commercial buildings have responsibility for the safety of the premises and its occupants. While a tenant will usually report any known fault, unknown electrical faults may only be detected through safety checks. Safety checks can also alert owners to non-compliant infrastructures, such as safety lighting and emergency system requirements.
Thermal imaging is performed with a specialised camera that can take pictures in the infrared spectrum. The infrared scan will show the temperature of a switchboard or equipment in a colour display.
OHS regulations state all businesses must have RCDs protecting all hostile circuits. While many RCDs have a ‘push button’ test feature – routine testing which can be carried out without a special skill set – Trip Time Testing must be done on-site by a licensed electrical professional.
Providing invaluable electrical support to Fremantle College has sparked an ongoing partnership with the campus.
Electrical systems are often ignored - except when something goes wrong. Electrical defects result in reduced efficiency, increased risk, costly repairs and loss of productivity. By scheduling routine electrical maintenance, defects can be identified early and repaired without any unnecessary expense or danger.