Arc Flash Study Pro
Facilities of all sizes rely on a steady, reliable, and well-maintained electrical power distribution system. Even small electrical failures or faults can have devastating consequences including extensive downtime of company operations, damage of equipment or inventory in the event of a power outage, and expense of locating and repairing damaged equipment. Protect your facility by having an electrical power system analysis performed by the Arc Flash Study Pro and give your engineers specific instructions on how best to specifically improve, optimize, and maintain your electrical system.
We specialize in a variety of electrical power studies including arc flash analysis, protective device coordination, power flow analysis, short circuit study, motor start analysis, and medium voltage relay setting correction. Located in Florida but NCEES registered for quick licensing ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. Don't pay a big company's overhead when you can — Hire the Pro, Deal with the Pro, and Work with the Pro from beginning to end!
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(Power Studies may also be referred as a Power Analysis, Power System Analysis, Electrical Power Studies, or Power Coordination Studies)
(Also referred as an Arc Flash Analysis or a Arc Flash Hazard Analysis)
(Also referred as a Short Circuit Analysis, Electrical Failure Analysis, or as an Electrical Fault Analysis)
(Also referred to as a Short Circuit Coordination Study, Time Current Coordination, or as Power System Protection)
Performed to ensure your relay's are set correctly to increase equipment protection, ensure protective relay coordination, and limit the effects of a disturbance. Medium Voltage Relays are used to protect power system devices including generators, transformers, buses, and feeder lines from power system faults. There are several different kinds of faults such as phase to ground and phase to phase and other combinations. There can be many different causes of these faults with the most common being lightning, rodents, human interference, aging of equipment, and adverse weather. The relay is used to detect the fault and then open breakers in the area to clear the fault. Relays must be set correctly to increase equipment protection, ensure protective relay coordination, and limit the effects of a disturbance.