According to DGUV regulation 3, companies are obliged to check stationary equipment for proper function. Electrical constructions and stationary equipment must also undergo a repeat test after a specified period of time. This period is determined on the basis of a risk assessment of the construction. Your systems are primarily checked and re-commissioned in the German speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) by our specially trained specialist staff.
Stationary electrical equipment includes fixed or, due to their mass and a lack of carrying device, equipment that is not easily movable. Even those that are only temporarily fixed and are operated via movable connecting cables (see also VDE 0100-200 sections 826-16-06 and 826-16-07). As a Stationary electrical equipment, for example, stand drills, presses, lifts, cranes and similar.
The electrical constructions are tested on the basis of the following DIN standards:
|DIN VDE 0113-1 (DIN EN 60204-1)
||Initial testing of electrical machines
|DIN VDE 0105-100
||Recurring testing of electrical machines
|DIN VDE 0100-600 (IEC 60364-6)
||Construction of low-voltage installations Part 6 Tests
Test periods and scope for fixed electrical installations and equipment
The exact test intervals are to be determined on the basis of a risk assessment.
Recommendations are given on the websites of the respective employers' liability insurance associations.
Siehe detaillierte Prüffristen auf: https://www.bgetem.de/arbeitssicherheit-gesundheitsschutz/themen-von-a-z-1/elektrotechnische-arbeiten-qualifikation/pruefung-elektrischer-betriebsmittel/wiederholungspruefungen-ortsfester-elektrischer-anlagen-und-betriebsmittel
We determine the scope of the test as well as all relevant tests on the basis of various criteria such as: inspection of the test specimen, system documentation and personal conversation.