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Arc Flash Analysis & Power System Studies

The NFPA 70E makes it clear the electrical equipment needs to be assessed and labeled properly.

Article 130.5 states: An arc flash hazard analysis shall determine the arc flash boundary, the incident energy at the working distance, and the personal protective equipment that the people within the arc flash boundary shall use.

Electrical Diagnostic Surveys (EDS) can help your company comply with all aspects of the NFPA 70E. Our experts have extensive knowledge and experience with electrical safety, electrical power systems, and the project management experience necessary to comply with today’s standards while having minimal impact on your current operations.

EDS can provide turnkey services for Arc Flash Analysis and Equipment Labeling at your facility. Our approach to projects is below.

Data Collection

Collecting the proper data from your power system is the most important aspect of the arc flash analysis. Having correct and concise data is vital to achieving accurate results.

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Protective Device Coordination

EDS can provide Protective Device Coordination Analysis in accordance with IEEE std 242-2001; Recommended Practice for Protection...

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One-Line Development

The one-line diagram is the basis of analysis. Data collected in the field is entered into engineering software to build a snapshot of your existing power system.

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Equipment Labeling

EDS can help provide equipment labeling procedures. NFPA 70E 2018 requires that electrical equipment, in locations other than dwellings, be marked with an arc flash warning label.

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Short Circuit Analysis

EDS can provide Short-Circuit Analysis in accordance with IEEE std 551-2006; Recommended Practice for Calculating Short-Circuit Currents in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems (Violet Book),...

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Arc Flash Mitigation

Good safety practices take place long before any work is slated to be performed. Electrical Safety and Arc Flash Safety is not any different.

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Who Needs To Receive Arc Flash Training

Training is required for employees who face considerable risk of injury due to electric shock or other electrical hazards. Proper training can save lives.

  • Electricians, Electrical Technicians, Electrical Engineers
  • Electrical Supervisors, Maintenance Technicians, Equipment and Machine Operators
  • Engineers, HVAC Technicians, Maintenance Workers, Field Service Technicians, Plant/Facility Supervisors
  • Building and Maintenance Managers, Environmental Health & Safety Personnel, etc.
  • Really anyone working on circuits above 50V to ground should be properly trained!

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EDS specializes in many different aspects of electrical training and engineering.

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