We focus on predicting and preventing faults, as well as avoiding material damage and the subsequent risk of personal injury to personnel. Corrective maintenance involves ongoing repairs, interventions and the establishment of new controls that are carried out following events (damages) that may occur in electrical installations.
Corrective maintenance involves the following works:
- Repair works of increased complexity
which, without modifying the original technology, allow the restoration of installations’ technical state and efficiency
- Repair works on the power equipment, carried out in shops
in order to maintain or restore their availability, viability and safety during operation
- Land clearing works
in order to keep clear the safety corridors required by the power installations
- Repair works which have become necessary following certain incidents or malfunctions
in order to restore the functionality of the power installations and ensure the supply of electricity to the consumers
- Non-scheduled maintenance works of a wider scope
following out of the ordinary calamities or weather phenomena
Our maintenance operators can determine the degree of wear and tear, spot excess load events, evaluate potential manufacture flaws that can occur only after certain periods of use, identify failures caused by improper construction or assembly and problems related to the sizing of particular equipment or components.
We can also execute all the operations of use and service, based on written records, in compliance with the Management Regulation and with the General Operation Regulations.
These services are carried out entirely by our skilled employees, experienced in the field of electrical transformer plant operations.