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Saturday, 2018-01-20

"Test everything; hold fast what is good." 1. Thessalonians 5.21
Electrical equipment can be maintained in three ways.
1.    Operation until the end of the service life without maintenance.
2.    Regular replacement of equipment after a short time, before a defect is expected.
3.     Monitoring of the equipment using technical diagnostics, thus extending the service life and increasing the uptime.
For safety-related systems, it is obvious that only the third method comes into question. We are also legally obligated to proceed in this manner.

For safety-related systems, it is obvious that only the third method comes into question. We are also legally obligated to proceed in this manner.

Safety lighting systems are tested according to the following criteria:

-      sufficient battery capacity according to legal requirements
-      condition of the battery system
-      functioning of the normal mode / emergency mode changeover equipment
-      functioning of the lights (at least by comparing a power balance)
-      testing the insulation, control lights, monitoring devices and alarms

During a service appointment, the system is also maintained to attain a long operating time. The following are necessary:

-      correcting the electrolyte levels in the batteries
-      maintaining the connectors and poles, greasing them if necessary
-      cleaning the equipment and the battery

In order to satisfy the legal requirements, regular maintenance is documented. We maintain a test booklet in the system and keep the reports in our archive. This ensures complete documentation

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wartung

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mean_Time_Between_Failures