ACEE is a unit that is always assigned to perform testing, calibration of electrical equipment, analysis and assessment of faults occurring in the Power System, evaluation of equipment according to safety technical requirements, helping to ensure that electrical tools and equipment to ensure safety before being put into use and during use.
These devices include those with a high level of risk, when an incident can have a great impact on people, property and the environment. Therefore, equipment must be tested and registered before being put into use. During use, the equipment must also be periodically inspected (the time between the two tests depends on the type and condition of the equipment).
We usually perform the following types of electrical experiments:
Experimenting with electrical equipment, electrical works about to be put into operation (testing after installation) or testing the quality of equipment before being shipped.
2. In fact, many designs are still wrong compared to the actual operating principles of the equipment, the installation parameters need to be adjusted according to the allowed values or according to the manufacturer, in addition, the construction connection error is inevitable. Therefore, ACEE's team of testers will check and adjust to bring the system back to safe operating parameters.
3. In addition, the pre-commissioning test also helps to provide a database of the initial status of equipment and systems for planning monitoring, operation monitoring, and periodic maintenance planning.
2. Types of factory testing include Type tests or Design Tests; Routine Tests or Factory Tests. Additionally, in factory testing there is the concept of special tests (Special Tests).
Conduct testing of electrical equipment and power system periodically after a period of time (6 months, 1 year, 2 years…) to evaluate the quality of current equipment and systems to proactively come up with an appropriate operation plan of upgrading and repairing to meet the unit’s production plan in a timely manner.
1. Monitor the technical parameters related to the quality as well as the working ability of the equipment
2. Timely identification of damaged or degraded equipment, thereby proposing repair plans as well as establishing a plan to overhaul equipment or change other equipment
Testing electrical equipment after being repaired to evaluate the quality of electrical equipment to ensure that the problem has been fixed and the equipment is ready to operate again.