Permanently installed and portable Bender EDS fault location systems help with the quick and accurate pinpointing of faults, thus saving time and money.
All electrical equipment must be tested on a regular basis. This is a requirement of DGUV Vorschrift 3 and also in the interests of the system operator. After all, tests prevent high repair costs and consequential damage as a result of poor maintenance. It is also the only way to guarantee optimum configuration of devices and systems. Bender offers solutions for measuring without disconnection.
Even with state-of-the-art electrical engineering equipment, time can take its toll. Whether it is a decline in operational reliability, changes in statutory regulations or increasing energy costs: adapting to the latest state of the art is crucial. Typically, products to monitor energy quality and for troubleshooting are retrofitted. Get us to test your electrical systems and we will give you suggestions as to how to proceed.
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