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Maintain control

Maintenance is essential in electrical control systems for several reasons:

  1. Safety: Electrical control systems can pose a serious safety risk if they are not maintained properly. Loose connections, worn-out components, and other issues can cause electrical shocks, fires, and other hazards. Regular maintenance can help identify and address potential safety issues before they become serious. This is especially important in industries where workers are exposed to high voltage and electrical currents, such as power generation, mining, and manufacturing.

  2. Reliability: Electrical control systems are critical components of many industrial processes and equipment. They help regulate and control the flow of electricity, ensuring that machines and equipment operate as intended. A failure in the control system can lead to costly downtime and lost productivity. Regular maintenance can help ensure that the control system is functioning properly and identify potential issues before they cause a breakdown. This can help reduce the risk of unexpected downtime and the associated costs.

  3. Efficiency: Electrical control systems can consume a significant amount of energy. A well-maintained control system can operate more efficiently, which can help reduce energy consumption and save money. For example, regular cleaning and lubrication can help ensure that mechanical components are operating smoothly, reducing friction and energy waste. Calibration of sensors and other components can help ensure that they are operating within their intended parameters, reducing energy waste and improving overall performance.

  4. Compliance: Many industries are subject to regulations and standards that require regular maintenance of electrical control systems. These regulations are designed to ensure that electrical systems are safe and reliable, and that they operate within certain performance parameters. Compliance with these regulations is necessary to avoid fines and other penalties. Regular maintenance can help ensure that the electrical control system meets these regulatory requirements.

Overall, maintenance is critical to ensuring the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of electrical control systems. It helps prevent costly breakdowns, reduce downtime, and keep operations running smoothly. By investing in regular maintenance, companies can help protect their workers, reduce costs, and improve their bottom line.

We at Jigsaw Controls Maintenance division have over 25 years of experience working on both hazardous and safe area equipment. JCL working in environments from clean rooms through to coal mines.

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Whether you are experiencing an immediate problem and need urgent assistance, of you would like to discuss a preventative maintenance programme, click here to contact us to see if we are the missing piece your business needs.

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