ELECTRICAL INSPECTION TYPES

Workplace Safety Inspection can expand into many business lines as more and more resources (devices, machines, etc.) are required to use electricity in order for them to function. Below are four business lines with a few information describing the reason for needing to be inspected.

PORTABLE RESOURCES

Portable electrical equipment includes electrical equipment that can easily be transferred to another location. it is a duty and now an integral part of the safety concept of most companies to test portable electrical equipment.

It is a duty and now an integral part of the safety concept of most companies to test portable electrical equipment acc. DGUV regulation 3.

Portable electrical equipment includes electrical equipment that can easily be transferred to another location. In sum, all electrical appliances with plugs that are not installed and weigh less than 23 kg are portable equipment.

Examples of portable resources are

  • Office equipment: computers, monitors, printers, floor lamps
  • Electric tools & machines: drills, jigsaws, cable drums

Appliances: vacuum cleaners, coffee machines, electric kettles

The examination comprises the following three steps, which are also specified in the DIN VDE regulations:

  • Visits: Visual inspection for damage or improper use (eg visible cable break)
  • Trials: Functional test
  • Measuring: Performing the prescribed measurements

The following measurements are carried out during the e-check:

  • PE resistance
  • insulation resistance
  • Protective conductor current
  • contact current

Substitute

Hyperio Software works with a holistic test concept. The aim of the testing is to ensure the safety of employees in the workplace. If the electrical device passes the test, it will receive a test sticker with the next test date and a barcode. After completion of the order, you will receive a court-proof test report or an error log for defective equipment for each item of equipment. Thus you are legally and insurance-secured. Even if an accident or accident happens, you are on the safe side with us.

STATIONARY RESOURCES

Stationary electrical equipment is either firmly anchored or very massive resources with electrical elements. By checking stationary electrical equipment, existing defects can be detected, documented and eliminated.

By checking stationary electrical equipment, existing defects can be detected, documented and eliminated. These deficiencies may be, for example, a malfunction which, depending on the case, leads to total failure of the equipment or causes continued energy consumption. By early detection of such deficiencies very costly consequences can be detected in advance and be repaired. With immense consequences, for example, a fire is connected, which is triggered by defective electrical components.

Stationary electrical equipment is either firmly anchored or very massive resources with electrical elements. As stationary electrical equipment are also referred to those that have a mobile connection line, but are even firmly mounted.

Examples of stationary electrical equipment are:

  • refrigerators
  • water dispenser
  • Heater
  • air conditioning

The examination comprises the following three steps, which are also specified in the DIN VDE regulations:

  • Visits: Visual inspection for damage or improper use (eg visible cable break)
  • Trials: Functional test
  • Measuring: Performing the prescribed measurements

For the electrical check calibrated measuring devices are used by the service provider. Thereby we guarantee you reliable and correct measured values. U. a. the following measurements are carried out during the e-check:

  • PE resistance
  • insulation resistance
  • Protective conductor current
  • contact current
  • Substitute leakage current (alternative)

Hyperio Software works with a holistic test concept. The aim of the testing is to ensure the safety of employees in the workplace. If the electrical device passes the test, it will receive a test sticker with the next test date and a barcode. After completion of the order, you will receive a court-proof test report or an error log for defective equipment for each item of equipment. Thus you are legally and insurance-secured. Even if an accident or accident happens, you are on the safe side with us.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Electric machines with their individual technical requirements create especially complex requirements. Have your machines checked quickly, safely and simply by the Hyperio Software inspection service.

The electrical safety of machines is determined by the test gem. DGUV regulation 3 (BGV A3) and DIN VDE 0113 guaranteed. This policy covers the tests in all electrical areas, we z. B. also portable electrical appliances or electrical systems. Electric machines with their individual technical requirements create especially complex requirements. This job is carried out by highly qualified specialists with many years of experience to ensure the safety of your production and your employees.

The examination comprises the following three steps, which are also specified in the DIN VDE regulations:

  • Visits: Visual inspection for damage or improper use (eg visible cable break)
  • Trials: Functional test
  • Measuring: Performing the prescribed measurements

The following measurements are carried out during the e-check:

  • PE resistance
  • insulation resistance
  • Protective conductor current
  • contact current

Substitute

Hyperio Software works with a holistic test concept. The aim of the testing is to ensure the safety of employees in the workplace. If the electrical device passes the test, it will receive a test sticker with the next test date and a barcode. After completion of the order, you will receive a court-proof test report or an error log for defective equipment for each item of equipment. Thus you are legally and insurance-secured. Even if an accident or accident happens, you are on the safe side with us.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Many companies are facing challenges in testing the electrical system. The testing of sockets, sub-distributions and fixed luminaires according to current standards is an important point for the safety of your employees and buildings.

Around 30 percent of all registered fires are due to faults or defects in electrical systems. In addition, electrical systems can be limited by damage in their functionality. The result is usually production losses with concomitant loss of revenue. Initial checks before commissioning and repeat tests ensure the functionality and safety of the electrical systems at regular intervals. The safety checks are prescribed in accordance with DGUV regulation 3 and are the responsibility of the contractor.

Electrical systems are divided into stationary and non-stationary systems. Systems permanently connected to their environment, eg installations in buildings or construction site vehicles, are considered as stationary installations. Non-stationary systems can be recognized by the fact that they are dismantled or disassembled according to their intended use after use. Examples are systems on construction and assembly sites as well as flying structures.

Electrical systems: Stationary electrical systems consist of a combination of portable electrical equipment. All equipment of the system must therefore be tested. Examples of equipment in electrical installations are:

  • sockets
  • cables
  • RCD circuit breaker
  • fuse boxes

For the electrical inspection, calibrated measuring instruments are used, which perform the following measurements:

  • Insulation resistance of the protective conductor to neutral and outer conductor
  • Confusion protective and outer conductor
  • Confusion of protective and neutral conductors
  • Main equipotential bonding and additional equipotential bonding
  • Correct assignment of the neutral conductors to the respective circuits detected by the residual current device
  • Closing between neutral conductors of different RCDs

Testing the electrical system varies greatly from building to building and can be very complex. That is why we are at your service to assist you with the following:

  • Create hazard assessments in accordance with TRBS 1111
  • Inventory of resources
  • Repairs on site

Replacement of spare parts

Electricians at Work

The Workplace Safety Industry requires all organizations to continuously inspect the safety of their resources and the inspections for electricity resources must be undertaken only by certified electricians. Therefore many organizations do not want to have the responsibility to undertake this regulation in-house, creating an open market for service providers in which we support with our products.