reliable electric power distribution system is one of the most critical
components of a company’s successful operation, and therefore,
selecting the right testing company is just as critical. Eastern
High Voltage is your best choice based on our proven performance and
independent recommendations for your power system requirements.
We are not affiliated with any Equipment Manufacturer, Engineering
Firm, General Contractor, or Construction Company… ensuring you of an
unbiased evaluation of your power system. Can your electrical
testing company meet that independent standard?
All power systems are subjected to continual electrical, mechanical and environmental stresses. Performing regular preventive electrical maintenance of these systems is the best way to avoid costly failures and preventable downtime. At Eastern High Voltage we have extensive experience in planning, implementing, and performing preventive electrical maintenance programs for low, medium, and high voltage electrical equipment from most major manufacturers. You will find our personnel to be professional and responsive to the needs of management, engineers, contractors and consultants. When you call Eastern High Voltage for service, you will not just get the next available technician. Our operations manager assigns all field personnel strictly based on the job requirements, ensuring that our work is done safely and correctly.
Eastern High Voltage is a full member of the International Electrical
Testing Association. Our electrical test technicians are NETA
certified requiring ongoing training and testing to maintain their
certification. Our in house training program focuses on job safety for our personnel, electrical
testing-troubleshooting, apparatus maintenance, report writing and NETA
test methods and procedures. Our field personnel are equipped with
regularly calibrated test equipment, job safety equipment and personal
arc flash protection gear.
After the completion of services, our certified technicians will prepare a detailed report including equipment identification, services performed, test results and repair recommendations based on NETA test standards. These ongoing reports serve as a record that can help management assess the condition of their electrical distribution system.