Data Center Arc Flash Prevention and Safety

Data Center Arc Flash Prevention and Safety

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Data Center Arc Flash Prevention and Safety

The technical team at Titan Power, together with Emerson Network Power, can deliver customized and comprehensive solutions for arc flash safety and compliance. As a leader in electrical testing, maintenance and engineering services, Titan Power is equipped to provide single-point solutions for every area affecting arc flash hazards. From arc flash calculations, personal protective equipment (PPE) recommendations and engineering support, to complete program development, implementation and training, Titan Power can help you ensure worker safety as well as regulatory compliance. Trust Titan Power to customize a solution to fit your needs.

Arc Flash is a serious hazard, with potentially devastating effects. Electrical hazards – specifically shock and arc flash – can result in serious injury or death to electrical workers. Obviously, the consequences of arc flash are devastating. Beyond the risk of personal injury and death, arc flashes can also lead to business disruption, costly damage to equipment and facilities, legal liability, increased insurance premiums, and hefty regulatory fines. Ensuring worker safety and meeting the challenges of new OSHA arc flash safety requirements can be a difficult task to accomplish.

Our technical team, together with Emerson Network Power, can help you select a single component, a combination of components, or an entire program to provide comprehensive arc flash solutions. These components include:

  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
  • Arc Flash Hazard Labeling Plan
  • Site Review / Compliance Assessment
  • Protective Scheme Design Review
  • Single-Line Diagrams
  • Short Circuit and Coordination Studies
  • Preventive Maintenance and Program Assessment
  • Electrical Safety Program Review / Development
  • Training and Performance Evaluation
  • Personal Protective Equipment Plan
  • Optional Annual Re-certification
  • Documentation

Benefits of implementing Arc Flash Solutions include:

  • Ensure compliance with OSHA regulatory requirements
  • Improve worker safety / Avoid accidents
  • Reduce lost worker productivity
  • Minimize costly fines and higher insurance costs
  • Ensure optimum system performance, safety and efficiency
  • Single access point solutions for every threat facing your critical facility


Arc Flash Hazard Checklist   Arc Flash FAQ   NFPA   NFPA Changes

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Facility Roll-Over Testing
The purpose of the test is to confirm that all facility critical emergency back-up systems perform correctly during a real-world power outage. Critical buss loads should not lose power at any point and all non-critical facility loads should re-establish within 7-10 seconds after loss of utility power. An integral part of the test is to ensure that all equipment performs a successful roll-back after re-establishing utility power.
UPS Acceptance Testing
The purpose of the test is to verify that the UPS system is performing to manufacturer’s design specifications. The test is normally performed within 72 hours after equipment installation and successful start-up. However, this test may be conducted at any point in the UPS design life to establish a benchmark (snapshot) of performance.
Load Bank Testing
Resistive load banks are the most commonly used load banks for testing generator sets and power systems. They can provide full KW loading to the power source to completely evaluate the engine cooling, exhaust and fuel systems. They will not load the generator to its full nameplate KVA capacity at 0.8 Power Factor. In order to load the generator to its full KVA rating, reactive load banks will be required.
Infrared Thermography
The purpose of Infrared Thermography is to identify, isolate and document abnormally warm or cool connectors, conductors, or components that may be a potential problem in electrical systems. Exceptions are normally caused by loose or deteriorated connections, short circuits, overloads, load imbalances, or faulty, mismatched, or improperly installed components.