Scott Testing is an independent electrical testing and maintenance firm with over 30 years of experience. In addition to our highly skilled technicians, we utilize state-of-the-art equipment to assure maximum safety, reliability, and efficiency.
What We Do
The purpose of any acceptance testing or preventive maintenance program is to prevent serious electrical failure and its consequences.
Acceptance testing is performed on new equipment, usually after it has been installed, but prior to being energized. Acceptance testing is valuable in assuring that equipment has not been damaged during shipping or during installation. It also includes a comprehensive visual inspection and operational check-out of all circuitry and apparatus.
As soon as new equipment is installed, deterioration begins. Deterioration is normal, but equipment failure is not inevitable. Along with malfunctioning equipment, other factors add to the problem of existing systems. Some additional factors include load changes, circuit alterations, and improperly set protective devices.
Fortunately, many problems can be detected through regular routine maintenance and corrected prior to damage of equipment or costly downtime. Electrical equipment can be engineered to be dependable, but it takes regular maintenance to keep it that way.
We offer a cost effective approach to electrical testing and maintenance which assures trouble-free startup of new systems and keeps existing systems operating at optimal efficiency.
- Protective Relays
- Transformer Testing
- Generator and Motor Testing
- Medium/High Voltage Circuit Breakers
- Low Voltage Circuit Breakers
- Automatic Transfer Switches
- Cable Testing
- Meter Calibration
- Instrument Transformers
- Remanufactured Circuit Breakers
- Insulating Fluid Analysis
- Power Metering and Surveys
- Battery and UPS Systems
- Motor Control Centers
- Grounding Systems
- Circuit Breaker Retro-Fits
- Relay Panel Retro-Fits
- Infrared/Thermal Scanning
- Engineering Services
- Planned Preventive Maintenance
- Project Installation Supervision
Our project managers and field service professionals are trained to ascertain the needs of any electrical system. They are ready to assist you in organizing your electrical testing and maintenance program.
Thank you for your interest in Scott Testing. For additional information you may contact us during regular business hours (8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST). For emergencies, please call us on our 24/7 hotline.
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