power quality audit

The primary purpose of a power quality audit is to ensure that electrical power supplied to equipment and systems meets specified standards and requirements.

It aims to identify and mitigate power quality issues such as voltage sags, swells, interruptions, harmonics, transients and frequency variations.

A comprehensive report is typically provided to the client detailing the findings of the power quality audit. The report may include recommendations for corrective actions and improvements to address identified power quality issues.