Every new electrical installation has a high insulation resistance to guarantee safety of the installation and to minimize leaking current. As your electrical installation ages, moist, dirt, and damages can decrease the insulation resistance. When the insulation resistance drops below the acceptable level, it can lead to electrical shocks. This can result in serious injuries, downtime, high costs, and fire damage. Therefore, legislation requires you to monitor the condition of your installation’s insulation.
Bakker Sliedrecht can determine the condition of the insulation resistance with specialized measurement equipment. The insulation resistance is determined by measuring the resistance between two conductors when the electrical installation is disconnected from the power grid. Our service engineers have broad experience with measuring insulation resistance on low-and-high voltage installations such as cables, electrical rotating equipment, and switchgear. Follow-up actions can be carried out by Bakker Sliedrecht, such as repair of replacement of cables and electrical equipment.
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