CAHAYA SAKTI SERVICE - SAFETYING YOUR ELECTRICAL
We are pleased to provide you with a price quotation concerning the Electrical works/services for residences, as follows:
I. Checking/inspection of the house (Electrical Audits) Normally Standard
II. Checking/inspection of the house (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing & Property audits) Full Audits
a.Checking of the whole electrical installation:
. Globally checking of the whole electrical system
. Checking of the grounding system
. Checking of the resistance cabling installation (Megger test)
. Checking whether every Power outlet is well connected to the grounding
. Checking of the each A/C unit physical condition incl. temperature measurement
. Checking of the voltage and well-balancing of the loading
. Checking of the lightning protection including the grounding
system / lightning conductor.
- Report the checking result
- Plan design of the electrical installation (Drawing)
- Price offer / quotation for, in case of reparations to be done
b.Checking of the whole plumbing system & property defective:
. Globally checking of the whole plumbing system
. Water pressures, leaks every tap / valve, shower etc points.
. Clean Water System, covering check:
- All unit pumps incl. pressures
- Water Filter
- Profile Tank,
- Tap/Faucet, Valve, etc condition
. Hot Water System, covering check:
a. Unit Water Heater
b. Hot Water installation condition
. Waste Water System, covering check:
a. Washtafel sifone / U-trap
b. Sink, Bath-tube
c. Floor Drain, etc condition
. Sewage Water System, covering check:
c. Gutter & Storm-pipe
d. Septic tank etc condition
. Checking of the property defective condition:
a. Cracked, leakage, fleck of walls and ceiling every room.
b. All exhaust and air circulation system
c. Every Doors incl. hinge, lock, door stopper, Windows, Floors, Fence, etc physical and installed condition.
d. Gas tube position, Kitchen hood, Exhaust Fan & Dryer exhaust condition.
e. Everything associated with building defects
In case we are not carrying out the reparations, we are willing to do the Supervision thereof with the Minimum Standard definitions applicable, under following conditions:
. If we are appointed to carry out the above activities/reparation of the Installation, (three) months guarantee
. For the whole installation will be provided and for revision of the whole installation, (one) year guarantee
III. Repairing installation / Emergency call out of service .
With a minimum of hours . ...............................
IV. Unit genset maintenance service / Check-up and running test .
Per annum (Cap. kVA ~ kVA/Phase) times .... ..
a. Check: Load, Frequency, Running hour etc
b. Check of the Oil Filter
c. Check of the Air Filter
d. Check of the Fuel Filter
e. Check of the Oil Lubricant
f. Check of the Drive Belt
g. Check of the Battery unit
h. Check of the Radiator water colant
(Not including spare-part replacement & diesel fuel supply)
V. AC (Air Conditioner) Split type
AC (Air Conditioner) Cassette type
AC (Air Conditioner) Split ducted type ..
Additional Gas Refrigerant R- (DuPont)
- In principal we works and Stand-by in Hours
Preventive maintenance is not a new concept. People have been doing precautionary work on motors, engines, and other mechanical systems for decades. But when we doing preventive maintenance on electrical distribution systems, we are often met with incredulous looks and the repeated question, "What for? Nothing moves what could go wrong?"
Preventing Electrical Failure
A great deal can go wrong if an electrical distribution system is not adequately maintained. As electrical loads cycle between high and low demand, thermal expansion and contraction cause connections to loosen. Electrical panels that are never cleaned accumulate dust and dirt that deposit on these connections. The loose and dirty connections provide a high resistance path that are directly responsible for more than percent of electrical failures. Another percent of electrical failures are attributed to live electrical components being exposed to moisture.
With a comprehensive electrical preventive maintenance program, both of these conditions which account for almost half of all electrical losses can be corrected.
(See Table below).
Loose connections / parts %
Line disturbance (other than lightning) %
Defective / inadequate insulation %
Foreign objects / short circuiting %
Overloading / inadequate capacity %
Accumulation of dust, dirt and oil %
All other causes
TABLE : Top Causes of Electrical Distribution System
According to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the failure rate of electrical components is three times higher for systems where preventive maintenance is not performed. This tells us that electrical failures, for the most part,
can be avoided. But what does an electrical preventive maintenance (EPM) program entail?
There are five points to consider:
It is important that the people who perform your Electrical Preventive Maintenance program be properly trained to work on the specific equipment being maintained or tested. This includes understanding the functionality of the equipment, both electrically and mechanically, and having a thorough knowledge of electrical safety practices and procedures. Special training is required for high-voltage equipment and protective relay devices, so this should not be overlooked.
. Regularly Scheduled Inspection, Testing, and Servicing of Equipment
An Electrical Preventive Maintenance program should be performed on a regular basis. The period between work depends on the environmental conditions, the importance of the equipment and its loading and use. However, Electrical Preventive Maintenance should be performed at least once every two years and more often for critical components.
The first step in an Electrical Preventive Maintenance program is a complete mechanical electrical audit of all electrical equipment prior to the scheduled outage. This survey is a non-invasive method of identifying high temperature excursions which indicate potential problem areas due to loose or dirty connections, load imbalances, or improper installation of equipment.
This initial step helps in determining the resources you will need during your scheduled outage to perform Electrical Preventive Maintenance.Plans should be made to have all circuit breakers and disconnect switches repeatedly opened and closed during the shut-down period to ensure proper operation. In addition, protective relays and circuit breaker trip devices need to be tested and calibrated on a regular basis. Different test sets are often required for the various equipment depending on the manufacturer and the age of the devices. Therefore, ensure that the people doing this work have the proper equipment, experience, and training to perform these functions.
. Sound Judgment in Evaluating Results
It is imperative that the person reviewing the test reports of the thermographic inspection or the equipment tests have a thorough understanding of the specific subject matter. This is important so that informed, responsible decisions can be made on how best to correct the conditions found. For example, the results of transformer oil testing may indicate the need to take action such as reclaiming or replacing the oil. The decision as to which alternative to take needs to be made by an informed individual.
. Perform the Necessary Work
This seems like an obvious point, but often it is not done. It does little good to have testing and inspection done to identify problem areas if you have no intention of fixing the problems. Preliminary testing and inspection help to focus your resources on the critical tasks, but ultimately you need to have scheduled outage to perform the necessary work.
. The fundamental concept of Electrical Preventive Maintenance is simple:
Keep it clean, dry, and tight. Be sure to inspect all equipment for evidence of deterioration, exercise mechanisms to ensure proper operation, and clean and tighten all electrical
connections and equipment enclosures. Concise and Complete Record-Keeping
This is the most overlooked aspect of Electrical Preventive Maintenance. However, a clear record-keeping system will help keep the Electrical Preventive Maintenance program cost-effective by ensuring that all the work is being done when it is supposed to be. In addition, tracking of test results over time can often identify a potential failur e that can be corrected before it happens.
Electrical/Electronic Preventive Maintenance is Cost-Effective
Electrical preventive maintenance is cost-effective in several different ways. First, it is cheaper to make repairs to equipment before it fails. When electrical equipment fails, particularly protective devices like circuit breakers or relays, there is usually subsequent damage to other components in the system. Often the equipment cannot be repaired and must be completely replaced. New equipment does not always replace the failed component in-kind and may require other modifications to make the system whole.
Failed equipment results in unplanned outages that can be very costly when replacement equipment cannot be easily found. Instead of having a planned system outage for Electrical Preventive Maintenance at the most convenient time for your operation, equipment failures are always at inopportune times. Emergency repairs are very costly due to the urgency of the situation where temporary work is required before a permanent repair can be done. In addition, an effective Electrical Preventive Maintenance program will improve equipment efficiency and reduce utility bills.
A loose or dirty connection has increased resistance which results in higher power losses. By simply tightening and cleaning electrical connections, you can lower these energy costs. When considered over a period of time, these energy losses can add up to quite a significant amount of money. If you have been taking your electrical distribution system for granted, its probably time for you to implement an Electrical Preventive Maintenance program. But dont wait until after the first electrical failure happens you may not have a system