Analyses & Modeling Leveraging Technological Advances

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Our team brings specific expertise and specialized experience to make your facility safe and code compliant. The integrated process we have developed with TEGG Certified Electricians is geared to meet NFPA 70E and OSHA requirements, while enhancing the safety and well being of your assets and personnel. Our process has been implemented nationally by a Fortune 10 company.

Service/Activity Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Engineer coordinates site visit
TEGG Electrician coordinates site visit & MOPS
Engineer records data, no equipment is opened
TEGG Electrician surveys all equipment
TEGG Electrician removes equipment covers to confirm info.
TEGG Electrician inputs data into software model while in front of equipment
Engineer returns to office and inputs data into software model
TEGG Electrician sends model and photos to engineer for approval while in field
Engineer completes study with recommendations
Engineer performs power system analysis to client's requirements
Engineer provides arc flash labels for as-is existing facility
Engineer provides arc flash labels per recommended settings to electrician
Label application, setting adjustments, and recommendations left to facility
TEGG Electrician schedules setting adjustments and creates MOPS
TEGG Electrician adjusts settings and applies labels
TEGG Electrician ensures all recommended settings are applied
Thermal (IR) Scanning with comprehensive deficiency report

Full-Service Provider

As a true, turn-key provider we also provide services beyond the analysis including those noted below.

Service/Activity Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Preventative maintenance performed
Database maintenance and archiving
Design/Construction Documents
Project Closeouts


IEEE:Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, responsible for writing standards that define power systems coordination/arc flash best practices.

NFPA 70E:National Fire Protection Association, wrote 70E, which defines the requirements for safe work practices to protect personnel by reducing exposure to major electrical hazards.

OSHA:Occupational Safety and Health Administration, arc flash hazards are cited primarily under standard 29 CFR.

TEGG:a 6-point NPFA 70E program including best-in-class training, incident energy analysis, short circuit coordination, personal protective equipment and electrical preventative maintenance.

Arc Flash:a dangerous condition associated with the possible release of energy caused by an electric arc.

Commissioning:A quality-focused process for enhancing the delivery of a project. The process focuses on verifying and documenting that the facility and all of its systems and assemblies are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained to meet the OPR.

Coordination:with coordinated over-current protection, the faulted or overloaded circuit is isolated by the selective operation of only the OCPD closest to the over-current condition. or - where an orderly shutdown is required to minimize the hazard to personnel and equipment, a system of coordination based on coordinated short-circuit protection and overload indication based on monitoring systems or devices.

Fault Analysis:

Thermal/IR Scanning:used to identify problems, prevent, and predict failures in electrical systems.

Mitigation:to make milder, less severe, or less violent, the potential of an arc flash.

Preventative Maintenance:

Remediation:correction/replacement of underrated existing equipment.