Despite the fact that today’s cables are highly developed, they will eventually fail and hence must be part of an Asset Management Program including routine maintenance. When a proper maintenance program is in place, (that includes cable testing) cable problems are minimized. As a full member of the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA), UIS provides a wide array of cable testing services for our customers that meet NETA / ANSI, and IEEE standards. If you have specific requirements, we will guarantee to provide you with the best solution. Our test equipment is calibrated annually and traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Ensuring the accuracy of your data is one of our top priorities
UIS Site Visit
The UIS site visit includes a comprehensive review of an up-to-date electrical single line diagram and a physical check of your cable systems including splices and terminations. The actual characteristics and cable tests are monitored and recorded in accordance with the test plan. Once all the measurements have been taken, offsite data analysis is performed to correlate measurements to the single-line drawing and analyze actual cable test signatures.
Report of Findings
Upon completion of the site visit, data collection, and analysis, we will provide a written engineering report containing detailed information about the test results, your cable and accessories condition, recommendations for prioritizing replacement or corrective actions, and a proposed follow-up testing schedule. UIS provides everything you need to make the best decision for your cables. We understand that downtime is not an option.
We are Cable Testing Experts
If you are not confident with past tests, send us your reports. Our Senior Cable Tester, a nationally recognized cable tester, will review the reports and provide a second opinion.
UIS uses the newest and best test equipment on the market today, such as the new HVA28-TD. This is a combination of VLF & Tan Delta tester, made by HV-Diagnostics, the leader in cable testing technologies.