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Switchgear and Motor Control Maintenance
Switchgear and motor controls failures are typically disastrous and results in costs not only associated with damages to the equipment itself, but also the damage done to the equipment it protects. Bad gear is also a workplace hazard, as failure can easily burn up the equipment and cause fires.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends a maintenance frequency of 3 months to 6 years, depending on how critical the equipment is as well as the nature of the system in which is it installed. Proactive maintenance will improve the safety and reliability of a facility.
See more at our Preventive Maintenance page.