Don’t Let An Electrical Inspector Delay Your Project
As an Electrical Contractor you have an electrical project to complete. Is your electrical testing company
keeping up with your schedule? To stay competitive in today’s fast-paced electrical construction world, it’s crucial to plan for your ground fault testing to not only keep pace with – but to enhance – your project completion.
Industrial Tests has extensive experience in state-of-the-art electrical testing, ground fault and earth ground resistance testing. We can design a step-by-step, cost-effective electrical testing plan for you to achieve optimum ongoing productivity for your company. Industrial Tests is a full member of the National Electrical Testing Association.
- Ground Fault Testing (per NEC 230.95)
- Earth Ground Resistance Test
- Fall of Potential Test
- Two Point Test
- Three Point Test
- Four Point Test
- NEC Codes Compliance
- Grounding Test
- Substation Grid Testing
- Soil Testing
- Grid Connectivity
- Eufer Ground
- Circuit Breaker Load Testing
- Transformer Testing
- Cable Testing
- 24 Hour Service
- Shop Repair
Ground Fault Testing Services We Perform
Why ground? Poor grounding not only contributes tounnecessary downtime, but a lack of goodgrounding is also dangerous and increasesthe risk of equipment failure.Without an effective grounding system,we could be exposed to the risk of electricshock, not to mention instrumentation errors,harmonic distortionMore...
Ground fault protection is equipment protection from the effects of groundfaults. The National Electrical CodeR (NECR ) has specific ground fault equipment protection requirements in 215.10, 230.95, 240.13 and 517.17. Ground fault relays (or sensors) are used to sense low magnitude groundfaults. WhenMore...
Two types of ground-fault protection are required by the Code: ground-fault circuit interrupter protection (GFCI) and ground-fault protection of equipment (GFPE). A ground-fault circuit interrupter is intended to protect persons against shock and electrocution. As implied by its name, ground-faultMore...