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When it comes to the initial startup or periodic inspection of your electrical system to prevent downtime due to routine maintenance, you can count on experts at L&S Electric to perform the highest level of service you want.

We have undergone extensive training on troubleshooting, upgrading and switchgear repair that help improve your system. All you need is to contact us - no matter what time of the day or night - and get the results you expect.


Breaker Commissioning and Repair

photo of a bank of switchgearDuring the initial startup of your electrical system, you will need to make sure that this process is done in a safe manner. Hence, commissioning, troubleshooting, and electrical testing are essential to achieving a safe start-up. With the help of our professional and well-trained technicians who specialize in these services, unnecessary delays and productivity loss can be avoided. From insulation, timing, partial discharge, contact resistance and dielectric withstand tests, you can rely on our technicians to perform all of these tasks.

  • Insulation resistance
  • Contact resistance
  • Partial discharge testing
  • Primary and secondary injection testing
  • Timing
  • Power factor
  • Minimum pick-up tests for coils
  • Air, vacuum, SF6, and OCB tests
  • Proper operation of auxiliary devices
  • Trip unit upgrades
  • Gas sampling and reclamation services
  • Bushing repair or replacement
  • Comprehensive battery of electrical tests performed on-site or in-shop

Switchgear Repair

photo of L&S Electric technician performing switchgear repairElectrical power systems use a switchgear for disconnecting purposes as this facilitates repair and clears faults in the system. During the repair process, it is important to resume power by using the switchgear. This technique has been used for several years, but advancements in technology also improve the outcome of this process.

With a switchgear, maintenance may proceed as the power is turned off safely. It is also designed to isolate circuits found in power supplies, and the equipment may function as an enhancement system when there is a need to supply more electricity in an area as multiple feeds are used.

While high-voltage electrical systems are common with switchgear, you can also find low-voltage systems that are used in residential areas. Regardless of the size of the switchgear, the main principle behind it is its ability to ensure short circuit without causing any interruptions in the electricity flow from other sources.

L&S Electric specializes in the repair of switchgear from major manufacturers whether it is low- or high-voltage. Aside from repair work, upgrading and retrofitting are also done, as well as testing, inspections and cleaning of the switchgear. These services may be done either in-shop or on-site. Moreover, you can expect the repair work to be done as efficiently as possible, as this prevents any disruptions in the workflow and business operation.

Specializing in the Following:

  • Repair, retrofit, and upgrades of existing equipment, including solid-state conversions
  • Switchgear inspection, cleaning, and testing
  • On-site and in-shop service
  • Fast service during your maintenance shutdowns

Equipment Services

  • Transformers
  • Switches
  • Breakers
  • Vacuum breakers
  • Starters
  • Relays
  • OCBs
  • Air breakers
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