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JEF Techno Solutions Private Limited

Banashankari, Bengaluru, Karnataka

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Technical Services

  • Earthing Health Assessment
  • Lightning Protection Adequacy
  • Power Quality and Power Flow Studies
  • Electrical Safety-Industrial & Commercial
  • Arc Flash & Tomography
  • RCD/ELCB Testing
  • Breaker Co-ordination
  • Special Electrical Services

ELECTRICAL SAFETY AUDIT
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Product Brochure

Application/UsageIndustrial & Commercial
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Certification RequiredYes
Phase TypeSingle & Three Phase
Audit TypeElectrical Audit
Construction TypeNew & Old Construction
Safety Audit TypeElectrical Safety Audit
Audit FrequencyYearly
Power Rating>22 kVA
Reason for AuditMaintenance Audit
Audit Method/ApprovalsIndian Electricity Rules, 1956 Indian Electricity Act, 2003 IS 14489, Code of practice on occupation
Audit Standards/ApprovalsIndian Electricity Rules, 1956 Indian Electricity Act, 2003 IS 14489, Code of practice on occupation

Electricity has become an integral part of our everyday life and we better understand its importance in our life during a few minutes of power outages. In recent times, with the rapid growth of industries and commercial space, we are witnessing an exponential increase in the number of electrical accidents. The accidents not only cause loss of business but also cause a loss of life, brand image, business continuity and loss of confidence among the employees in workplace. It is high time to have Electrical Safety Audit at regular intervals to check the status of electrical systems. 
An Electrical Safety Audit (ESA) is a systematic approach to evaluate potential hazards and to recommend suggestions for improvement. It is an important tool for identifying areas of risks, hazards and potential accidents in plants, deterioration of standards, for determining actions to minimize hazards.
BENEFITS
Compliance with regulations and statutory requirements
  • Increased levels of safety
  • More efficient use of resources
  • Identification and elimination of safety hazards
  • Improvement of employee morale
  • Development of a dynamic record of safety performance
REFERENCE STANDARDS
  • Indian Electricity Rules, 1956
  • Indian Electricity Act, 2003
  • IS 14489, Code of practice on occupational safety and health audit
  • National Electrical Code, 2011
DELIVERABLES
  • Review of safety program
  • Review of safety policy
  • Verification of statutory compliance
  • Identification of areas that can cause electrical hazards
  • Solution to overcome the hazards


Additional Information:

  • Item Code: ElectricalSafetyAudit

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POWER QUALITY STUDIES
  • POWER QUALITY STUDIES
  • POWER QUALITY STUDIES
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Project DurationAs per requirement
Requirement TypeCorporate
Business / Industry TypeIndustrial & Commercial
Type of Service ProviderCompany
Type of Service ContractAs per requirement
Mode of ServiceOffline

INTRODUCTION

Modern power systems at industrial, commercial, and governmental facilities grow more complicated each year, as power electronics, variable frequency drives, and other sensitive controls enter the scene. However, the addition of these energy efficient electronic power devices can cause power quality problems in your facility.


We bring decades of experience to help identify and overcome the power quality problems that can occur at such facilities. Our experts can diagnose the root cause of problems, perform a power quality study to mitigate or eliminate the problems, and implement power quality solutions to resolve the issues.

PURPOSE

" Power interruptions, high-voltage transients, voltage sags or surges, harmonic distortion and other power quality problems can disrupt your facility operation and can even damage equipment. To address these power quality problems with aconsulting/diagnostic services.

METHODOLOGY

Power quality analysers are the most commonly used tools to observe real-time readings and also collect data for downloading to computers for analysis.

  • Equipment sensitivity and nuisance shut down assessment.
  • Temporary power monitoring.
  • Power factor studies & analysis.
  • Voltage regulation and unbalance assessment.
  • Wiring and grounding assessment.
  • Transient fault analysis.
  • Harmonic and flicker analysis.

power quality problem with an optimized solution based on the work scope desired by you.

TYPICAL ELECTRICAL POWER QUALITY PROBLEMS FACED IN INDUSTRY:
  • Production loss due to Process Disruptions
  • Failure of Transformers, Motors, Industrial Drives and Light Fittings.
  • Failure of Electronic Equipment and Components
  • Insulation Failure
  • Poor Power Factor due to Non Linear Harmonic Loads
  • Overheating of Cables
  • Failure of Computers & Servers leading to Data Loss.
  • Excess Energy Consumption
  • Interference to Communication Equipment
  • Damage to Electrical Equipment
  • Malfunction of Healthcare Equipment
BENEFITS
  • Technical Team with a Combined Experience of 200+ Years
  • Cost Effective, Practical and Reliable Solution
  • Reduces Downtime and Saves Cost of Failure
REFERENCE STANDARDS
  • IEEE 1159
  • EN 50160
  • EN 61000

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ELECTRICAL THERMOGRAPHY
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Type of TestingOverload Circuits
Test LocationCustomer Place
Testing AreaElectrical
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Need Test Result6 to 12 Hours

INTRODUCTION

Thermography is a non-destructive test method that may be used to detect poor electrical connections, unbalanced loads,deteriorated insulation, or other potential problems in energized electrical components.

In Thermography, the heat signature of an equipment is captured by Infra Red imaging. This enables visual indication of hot spots which are not visible to the naked eye.

PURPOSE/WHY THERMOGRAPHY
  • NFPA 70 B standards recommends thermography to be done as a critical part of Electrical Preventive maintenance Program and prescribes that thermography should be done annually.
  • Thermography enables service/installer/maintenance technicians to AVOID fighting fires and fix problems before they result in large-scale losses.
  • Excessive heat can result in Equipment Failure and Damage, Fire Accidents, Safety Threats to humans, Burns & injuries. Hence it is recommended to conduct Thermography Tests periodically as a proactive measure.
POSSIBLE CAUSES EXCESSIVE HEAT:
  • Worn Out, Loose, Wrong and High Resistance Connections
  • Unbalanced and Over Loads
  • Component malfunction and failure
  • Improper Cooling
  • Harmonic currents
  • Misalignment of Equipment
  • Insulation Failure
  • Bearing – Excessive Wear and Inadequate Lubrication
WHY THERMOGRAPHY:

Excessive heat can result in Equipment Failure and Damage, Fire Accidents, Safety Threat to Humans, Burns & Injuries. Hence it is recommended to conduct Thermography Tests periodically as a proactive measure. NFPA 70 B standards recommends Thermography to be a critical part of Electrical Preventive Maintenance Program and prescribes that Thermography should be done annually.

BENEFITS OF ELECTRICAL THERMOGRAPHY
  • Reduced Risk of fire
  • Lower Costs
  • Online Testing – No Power Shutdown
  • Better End Product Quality
  • Increased Safety
  • System Security and Peace of Mind
  • Enhanced Equipment Lifespan
  • Minimal Downtime
  • Higher Productivity
  • Optimize Spares Inventory
REFERENCE STANDARDS
  • NF

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Electrical Arc Flash Study
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  • Electrical Arc Flash Study
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Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Audit TypeElectrical Audit
Safety Audit TypeElectrical Safety Audit
Application/UsageIndustrial & Commercial
Audit Method/ApprovalsISO

WHAT IS AN ELECTRICAL ARC AND ARC FLASH?

An Electrical Arc is a bright luminous bridge formed in a gap between two electrodes. An Arc Flash occurs during a short circuit or fault condition which passes through this arc gap


HARMFUL EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL ARC FLASH:
  • Expels large amounts of deadly energy
  • Causes an ionization of the air
  • Arc flash temperatures can reach as high as 19,000 Deg C which can cause severe burns and set fire to human clothing
  • Ignites any nearby combustible materials
  • Melts or Vaporizes metals such as Copper, Aluminum and Steel which can cause explosion
  • Bright Flash can result in blindness, to human
  • Sound Blast during Arc Flash can damage human eardrums
SOLUTION FROM JEF:

An Electrical Arc Flash Study / Analysis as per NFPA 70E (2017) and IEEE 1584 which categorizes arc flash hazard at a specific equipment based on the Arc Energy and identifies the protection boundary

BENEFITS
  • Ensures safety of human and electrical system
  • Health Assessment of Circuit Breakers
  • Documents current facility conditions of the electrical system and possible safety and code concerns
  • Documents all electrical system components
  • Validates and documents a safe work environment
  • Identifies proper level of PPE required based on the study
  • Provides a baseline for ongoing maintenance and logging of facility changes
  • Ensures a safe work environment in compliance with the NEC 110 applicable articles and NFPA 70E
  • Provides data in a format that allows the end-user to use this data for future system changes, upgrades or NFPA 70E revivifications
METHODOLOGY
  • Ensure a valid and updated single line diagram of the electrical system including all loads
  • Perform load flow analysis
  • Perform short circuit analysis
  • Perform breaker co-ordination analysis
  • Use results of all the above analysis for performing arc flash analysis
DELIVERABLE
  • Fault currents at HT and various LT side panels for various operating conditions
  • Recommended breaker (relay) setting value on HT and LT side
  • TCC curve for transformer inrush, cable thermal withstand capability and breaker (relay) curves
  • Arc Flash Boundary
  • Incident Energy
  • Safe Working Distance.
  • PPE Category to be used for each equipment.
  • Equipment Label
REFERENCE STANDARDS:

NFPA 70E (2017)

IEEE 1584

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Power Flow And Short Circuit Analysis
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  • Power Flow And Short Circuit Analysis
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Application/UsageIndustrial & Commercial

POWER FLOW AND SHORT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

Power and Load flow studies are performed to determine the steady-state operation of an electric power system in terms of electrical parameters such Voltage, Current, Real Power, Apparent Power, Reactive Power and Power Factor. 

POWER AND LOAD FLOW STUDIES ARE COMMONLY USED TO
  • Optimize component or circuit loading- whether normal loading or overloading
  • Identify real and reactive power flow- requirement of capacitors
  • Minimize kW and kVAR losses
  • Develop equipment specification guidelines -Transformers, Diesel Generators and UPS
  • Identify proper transformer tap settings in OLTC
SHORT CIRCUIT ANALAYSIS

A Short Circuit analysis is used to determine the magnitude of short circuit current the system is capable of producing and compares that magnitude with the interrupting rating of the over current protective devices such as circuit breakers.


Short circuit currents impose the most serious general hazard to power distribution system components and are the prime concerns in developing and applying suitable protection systems.

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