Reduce electrical arc flash risks and protect your MV Installation
What is an arc flash?
An arc flash can happen during abnormal use due to a corruption of isolation, or in circumstances involving animals, flooding, vibrations, or corrosion. Yet, it can also occur during commissioning or maintenance, rendering equipment unusable and forcing costly downtime with serious economic consequences.
Prevent accidents and protect your site with our arc flash protection solutions for both safety and productivity.
Reduce shutdown risk, minimize damage, and optimize the maintenance effort
- Passive protection (for most switchgear)
- Active protection (combines numerous sensors to survey arc ignition at any place inside LV or MV switchgear)
- The most advanced offer on the market enabling IEC 61850 communication, disturbance recording, and default discrimination capabilities
- Compact design of arc flash protection ensuring quick installation
Compliance with the most stringent global regulations
- Arc flash protection services to adhere and exceed NFPA 70E
- Consistent and global service
Safety of your people and installation
- Strategically-located professional engineers collectively registered to meet regional & national licensing requirements
- Professional engineers with deep knowledge of power distribution and control equipment
- Standardized methodology to complete arc flash analyses along with uniform reporting standards
- Arc flash mitigation solutions provided through a variety of engineering and electrical distribution services
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Schneider Electric offers a variety of arc flash mitigation solutions that make this possible, including switchgear, software, and circuit breakers for both passive and active arc flash protection. Our systems work in compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.