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Maintenance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Distribution Equipment and Systems

The NETA Maintenance Testing Specifications was developed for use by those responsible for the continued operation of existing electrical systems and equipment to guide them in specifying and performing the necessary tests to ensure that these systems and apparatus perform satisfactorily, minimizing downtime and maximizing life expectancy. The Maintenance Specifications contains topics such as Applicable References; Qualifications of Testing Organization and Personnel; Division of Responsibility; Power Systems Studies; Inspection and Test Procedures; System Function Tests; Electromagnetic Field Testing; and Thermographic Surveys. A major featured section includes tests to be performed on Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies, Transformers, Cables, Metal-Enclosed Busways, Switches, Circuit Breakers, Network Protectors, Protective Relays, Instrument Transformers, Metering and Instrumentation, Grounding Systems, Ground Fault Systems, Rotating Machinery, Motor Control, Direct-Current Systems, Surge Arresters, Capacitors, Outdoor Bus Structures, Emergency Systems, Automatic Circuit Reclosers and Line Sectionalizers, Fiber-Optic Cables, and Electrical Safety Equipment.


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InterNational Electrical Testing Association [NETA]


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