Industrial Electrical Maintenance Schedule

industrial electricalElectrical equipment can easily fail, and this will lead to the loss of millions of dollars in the affected industry. To ensure that these systems perform optimally for their entire service life, regular and scheduled maintenance is needed.

A lot of industries focus solely on maintaining machines or mechanical assets. They quickly forget that the power and electrical components that power these machines require maintenance too. The truth is, it is impossible to enjoy a well-established industrial maintenance program without including electrical maintenance.

Why is industrial electrical maintenance important?

As mentioned above, machines, software, and certain tools are run on electrical power. If an electricity shortage occurs from even the failure of a single switch, it can cause data loss, downtime, and underperformance of the industry for a few days.

Proper and guided electrical maintenance ensures that all mechanical and electrical assets can perform optimally.

A schedule is vital to regulate and organize this maintenance. Read on to know how you can achieve this.

How to establish a successful industrial electrical maintenance schedule

Adopt important condition-monitoring techniques
The role of condition-monitoring tools is to detect problems with the electrical connection operation and points.

  • Get an electrical workgroup
    An industrial electrical maintenance schedule is impossible without an electrical workgroup. You must assign individuals with electrical expertise to put the schedule in action. You can contact an electrical company for assistance and advice.
  • Gather information on past failures and learn the potential causes of failure
    Learn how electricity has failed in the past. Your electrical team would also need to carry out surveys and analysis to determine what could fail and the impact such failure will have on the industry.
  • Develop preventive maintenance inspections
    Early prevention of problems is a crucial part of electrical maintenance. It is important to include preventive checkups in our maintenance schedule. The checkups will identify and address issues that can become failures.
  • Manage electrical schematics and documentation
    Schematics and documentation come in handy during emergencies or repair. They should be accessible and updated regularly to contribute positively to the industrial electrical maintenance schedule.
  • Work with qualified electricians
    The best solution to ensure your electricity is in safe hands is to work with qualified electricians. Some electrical companies dispatch an electrical technician for scheduled maintenance or as a standby for electrical emergencies in the industry.

CLD Electric offers you the best industrial electrical maintenance schedule service. We work with you to decide on what is required and suitable for the optimum performance of your industrial electrical system. We understand that failure could mean a loss of money and resources. We value your partnership so we work professionally to provide safe and reliable systems. Our skilled electricians are sure to identify possible problems before they become much worse.