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Dielectric Testing

On-site Full-Service Dielectric Testing Services

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 28, 2020
ETS Inspection and Services, Boston, MA

Personal protective equipment and live-line tools require regular upkeep as they help minimize high-voltage accidents and liability when working with live electrical poles and components. Since the safety of your team is a top priority, routine dielectric testing program should be scheduled and prioritized for safety, regulatory, and for equipment preventative maintenance.

If you own one or more aerial lift vehicles, ETS will provide full-service testing and repairs as necessary to pass certification & testing. We are accomplished at minimizing equipment downtown, ensure safety of all your equipment and maximize cost savings. Our services range from minor cleaning and preventative maintenance to a full refurbishment.

ETS, Inc. has a mobile fleet department that can meet clients on-site or any field location around New England. Have a hydraulic leak? No problem, just contact us and we will be onsite to repair.

ANSI Standard for Aerial Lift Safety Check

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 31, 2020
ETS Inspection and Services, Boston, MA

The American National Standards Institute defines the mandatory aerial lift maintenance and repair standards that all lift equipment companies must adhere to. Companies must remain ANSI compliant not only for the purpose of ensuring safety operations but to prevent costly penalties and legal implications as well.

The A92.6 ANSI policy serves as a reference that influences manufacturing and design, rebuilding and reconditioning of all aerial equipment. The guidelines impact not only those who own the equipment, but certainly those who operate, inspect, maintain, and repair the lift equipment.

The annual and frequency inspection directives are listed in the guiding principles and the guidance and emphasis is clear that only certified technicians are to perform these activities. The personnel must be trained and certified in the care of the exact or models of similar function and capability. The inspection must take place at least every 90 days or after 150 hours.

Annual inspections must not exceed 13 months from the date it is previously checked. Plan the scheduled maintenance according to your operation hours and the type of service the aerial lift is employed. ETS can perform this routine upkeep for your machines. You can count on our expert technicians to service your equipment to the most stringent quality standards.

Contact ETS Inspection and Testing Services to help you comply with the regular maintenance of your fleet based on ANSI Standards.


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