What to Expect

Inspections include:

  • Overall construction
  • Enclosures
  • Grounding
  • Damaged components
  • Electrical clearances
  • Guarding of live parts in normal operation and during maintenance or service
  • Wiring methods and ratings
  • Equipment drawings and applicable markings
  • Nameplate information
  • Suitability of the equipment for the intended environment

Test procedures typically include:

  • Heat rise testing
  • Insulation resistance testing
  • Dialectical withstand testing
  • Leakage current testing
  • Input voltage and current to validate the nameplate data
  • Functional testing of safety circuits, interlocks and Emergency Off actuators

Benefits

  • Industry experts who solve your problems
    • eti Conformity Services is staffed by leading engineers and technicians
  • Safety focused
    • All eti Conformity Services team members undergo rigorous safety training
  • Close and ongoing communication
    • Direct access to engineers who know your product
    • Understandable information on worldwide standards and how they apply to you
    • Concise information that makes conformity projects easier
  • Strategically located service centers for unparalleled responsiveness
    • Quick response to get your unlabeled equipment evaluated and on-line
    • Accurate and repeatable results
  • Equipment is thoroughly inspected, and test results are documented
    • Consistent detailed reports with findings and recommendations

Our Expertise

  • Trusted by thousands of customers for over 30 years
  • Completed more than 40,000 field evaluations throughout the United States
  • Experienced in a variety of industries, including: solar, wind, education, IT, retail, commercial and industrial
  • Recognized and approved by AHJs across the country.
  • eti Conformity Services’ experience, practices, equipment, and processes meet the stringent NFPA 790, NFPA 791, IEC 17025 and IAS AC354 requirements to become an FEB.
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