Don’t Wait - Evaluate Your Electrical System Health Today
Equipment gets older every year – it’s a fact of life – but if you don’t start planning until replacement parts are no longer manufactured and aged equipment causes sudden downtime, it’s already too late. You need to be able to make informed decisions about what to replace and when. An electrical obsolescence audit will give you data on equipment lifecycle stages and aid replacement planning and budgeting.
A representative of the client said, “We recognized we didn’t have a clear understanding of the health of the electrical infrastructure in our facilities, specifically around our larger power distribution systems. We needed to create a health and lifecycle baseline for all our equipment. With this data, we were able to determine what equipment was past its useful life, what was no longer available or supported by its manufacturer, and what parts and support were available from the manufacturer or third-party suppliers.”