NETA acceptance testing specs 2009 now ANSI standard

Anthony Capkun
February 25, 2009
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved the InterNational Electrical Testing Association’s (NETA’s) Standard for Acceptance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Equipment and Systems, 2009 edition (ANSI/NETA ATS-2009).
Available for purchase as a bound manual, CD-ROM or electronic download, the ANSI/NETA ATS-2009 is used when specifying and performing necessary tests to ensure that electrical systems and apparatus, not only meet project specifications, but that the manufacturer of the equipment supplied a product that will perform safely and reliably for many years to come.

“Anyone involved in the energization of electrical equipment should consider this document a must-have,” said Al Peterson, president of Utility Service Corp.

NETA is an accredited standards developer for ANSI, and defines the standards by which electrical equipment is deemed safe and reliable. NETA-certified technicians conduct the tests that ensure this equipment meets the association’s stringent specifications. NETA is also a sponsor of the IEEE/NFPA Arc Flash Research Project.

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