I thought I’d continue from my last blog piece talking about heavy current injection earth testing by talking about a key application where it can potentially deliver much better results than the modern CDEGS approach on your earthing arrangements.
Many industrial sites were built in the 1950s and 60s as industrialisation grew. This, in line with the expansion of the electrical grid, led to a huge program of electrical substation construction around the world. What this means is that some of us own the responsibility of managing sites with ageing transformers, assets and equipment which were designed to obsolete standards and knowing what hazard this presents today, is simply not known.[Read more…] about How do I know my 1950’s earthing arrangements are still keeping my workforce safe?