Arc Flash Analysis, Detection, And Prevention

Power And Energy Services provides Arc Flash Analysis to help you create a safe and informed work environment. There are c couple of codes and standards that establish best practices for the prevention of arc flash incidents. Some are OSHA 29 CFR 1910S, NFPA 70-2005, NFPA 70E-2004, and IEEE 1584-2002. The main point is Arc Flash Analysis must be performed prior to allowing personnel to work on or operate energized electrical equipment.

There are many causes for an arc flash. Something as simple as opening or closing circuit breakers could result in a arc flash. The analysis will provide energy calculation study to properly label the equipment. The study and the labels will provide information on the proper Personal Protective Equipment ( PPE ), required to safely operate the equipment.

We also provide the sale and installation of Arc Flash detection equipment. By installing this, you can help prevent or minimize the destruction that occurs with Arc Flash incidents. Our team of engineers are standing by to evaluate your systems and determine the best solution for you.

With the industry experience and knowledge that we have, partnering with us as your vendor of choice gives you the ability to call one company for a streamlined process when coordinating these services with a specialty service provider in conjunction with our standard services. Giving our customers access to one of the most diverse networks of specialty service providers, proves to be invaluable to our customers day after day.


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Our Arc Flash Services and Solutions

Some of the ways we can help are:

* Electrical system inspection

* Creation or updating of the one line drawing to include specific equipment details to properly determine what needs studied

* Perform incident energy and flash protection boundaries for each piece of equipment

* Label each piece of equipment with the required details

* Provide a detail study and report

* Provide training to your staff

* Sale and installation of detection equipment

* So much more