Electrical Testing

Electrical Testing

It’s absolutely essential to perform electrical testing to ensure maximum operational reliability and safety according to current NFPA, NEC, and IEEE standards. Normal operation refers to equipment that has been installed correctly and properly maintained. MTA performs medium and low voltage electrical acceptance, maintenance, commissioning testing and infrared scanning of:

  • Grounding Systems
  • Ground Fault Systems
  • Switchgear
  • Motor Control Centers
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Switches
  • Cables
  • Starters
  • Transformers
  • Instrument Transformers
  • Control Power Transformers
  • Busducts
  • Protection and Metering Relays
  • Protection and Metering Devices
  • Surge Arresters
  • Capacitors and Reactors
  • Automatic and Manual Transfer Switches
  • Uninterruptible Power Systems

When you bring in an electrical engineer to perform electrical testing on your worksite, they will first make sure that your electrical system is compliant with current OSHA safety standards. Ensuring compliance with OSHA will not only help you avoid any potential fines, but also provides for your employees’ safety while on the job. OSHA guidelines are legally enforced, but our electrical engineers are also familiar with guidelines from other organizations, including the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the National Fire Protection Association, and others. Your electrical engineer can let you know whether your system is in line with the best practice guidelines set forth by these organizations, and if not, they can recommend the best course of action to keep your system as safe and efficient as possible.

The experts at MTA offer a wide range of electrical tests to suit the needs of any business. You may opt for a high voltage test, which checks to make sure your electrical system can handle the demand that it is designed for. You might also want to have an insulation resistance test, which measures the insulation in a device and keeps track of readings over time. MTA also offers other types of testing suited for your facilities needs and special circumstances.

MTA is proud to be a NETA accredited company, demonstrating exemplary safety standards and top-quality service. NETA, or the International Electrical Testing Association, only grants accreditation to companies that follow strict guidelines and pass frequent reevaluations to ensure the utmost safety and professionalism. Having your electrical tests performed by a NETA accredited company (NAC) assures that you're getting the best possible service with the most accurate results. We work daily to offer unmatched customer service as well as high-quality work.

MTA also provides:

  • Power Quality Analysis
  • Harmonic Analysis
  • Load Monitoring

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Contact MTA today to schedule an electrical test in California or the San Diego area.

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