MONITOR & MAINTAIN

A healthy electrical distribution system is the key to success.

To ensure your electrical distribution system is where it needs to be, consider a routine service plan throughout the lifecycle of the system.

Rinzler has services to cover the entire life cycle of your electrical distribution equipment, helping improve efficiency while reducing downtime, safety risks, and costs.

Effective service and maintenance plans focus on safety, and reduces equipment failure. It’s important to have qualified and experienced personnel assist you with your service and maintenance goals, and that your inspections and servicing occur regularly. Otherwise, an incident could occur that could result in fines, unnecessary capital expenses, production downtime, or worst of all – injury to an employee.

The Rinzler experts will perform surveys and analysis of your electrical distribution system to always keep

you aware of maintenance priorities, physical condition, operation ratings, and load levels with your equipment. We perform all the necessary tests and provide you with reports and records you need to demonstrate compliance.

Once you’re under the Rinzler shield – we’ve got you covered. We’ll create or update records of all equipment and systems – identifying those that are most critical. We’ll inform you of our routine maintenance procedures so you’ll have peace of mind knowing your equipment monitoring is handled by trusted experts in electrical distribution systems.

Additionally, our dedicated and experienced staff can provide troubleshooting solutions for your electrical distribution power system including generators, switchgear and controls. We have the expertise necessary to identify the problem and return you to operational status.

Our comprehensive maintenance examinations include review of:

  • Automatic transfer switches
  • Bonding and grounding systems
  • Busway
  • Circuit breakers
  • Metering equipment
  • Monitoring equipment
  • Motor control centers
  • Panel boards
  • Protective relays
  • Service-entrance switchgear
  • Stand-by generators
  • Switchboards
  • Transformers
  • UPS systems