Need an Arc Flash Study? Schedule Yours With ESS Today.

Arc Flash Study conducted by Kansas City experts throughout Kansas City and the United States by Electrical Safety Specialists. If you have not had a study conducted in the last 5 years or have made changes to your electrical system the answer is yes, you need an arc flash risk assessment completed. 
 
Our team is comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds from Arc Flash Technicians and Electrical Safety Experts to Professional Engineers and Master Electricians. Based in the Heartland, but offering services nationwide, ESS is a one-stop shop for all of your electrical needs including: 


What Does an Arc Flash Study Involve?

As part of a company’s safety protocols, an arc risk assessment provides insight into the steps an employer needs to take to protect workers. With the results of these risk assessment analyses, employers can mitigate or reduce hazards to a manageable level. The studies usually take 4 to 6 weeks to complete, depending on the size of the facility. ESS protocol for arc flash risk assessment includes the following:
  • Data Collection: Collect necessary data about the facility‚Äôs power distribution system, including transformers KVA and impedance, nameplate specifications, fuses, breakers, along with lengths and sizes of all cables.
  • Engineering Analysis of the Data: Perform a short circuit analysis to determine the available fault current at each location.¬†
  • Protective Device Coordination: Determines which upstream overcurrent device will operate first based on fault currents and plotting the time current curves for the fuses or breakers found in the system.¬†
  • Arc Flash Calculations: Determine incident energy levels and flash protection boundaries and complete calculations of all relevant equipment based on IEEE.¬†
  • Arc Flash Study and Analysis Report: Once the calculations are completed a comprehensive report will be built based on the findings in your facility.¬†
  • Label Installation: Creation and installation of warning labels pinpointing incident energy and working distance, arc flash boundary, and nominal system voltage. Include Limited, Restricted approach boundaries, date, and recommended personal protection equipment (PPE) as well.

Nationwide Arc Flash Study From ESS

 
ESS provides arc flash studies throughout Kansas City and the United States. Trust ESS, your local Kansas City leader in electrical safety training, arc flash risk assessments and electrical design services for your facility.
 
To schedule your arc flash study, call (816) 925-0443 or click here to request a quote.
 

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