CURTIS ENGINE OFFERS TRANSFER SWITCH MAINTENANCE AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM TESTING TO COMPLY WITH NFPA 110 REQUIREMENTS.
An Emergency Power System is made up of several different electrical components including generators, batteries, automatic transfer switches, uninterruptible power supplies, and paralleling switchgear.
Periodic testing of the different components, as well as the system as a whole, is the only way to ensure that reliability of the standby power system.
In addition to inspection and preventative maintenance, standby generator systems should be exercised once a week and the entire system should be tested monthly, preferably with actual loads and under simulated outage conditions.
Our qualified technicians will clean, inspect and test the automatic transfer switches during our scheduled service visits. We can also provide thermographic testing using an infrared camera to detect loose connections, faulty components, and other “hot spots” in your backup power system and electrical equipment. We also perform breaker testing, meggar testing, power quality testing, insulation resistance, and functional testing as part of our suite of electrical system testing services.