Electric chain test

Rentaload operates throughout Europe in various business sectors to carry out electrical tests for its customers.

These tests are carried out using our load banks and make it possible to verify the functions of the electrical infrastructure equipment including the different levels of redundancy before commissioning and operation. This is generally the the last chance to test these installations, so these tests are very important and highly recommended.

Find out on this page everything you need to know about testing your electrical chain.

  • Why should an entire electrical infrastructure be tested?
  • When should this type of test be performed?
  • With what types of load banks?

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What to know about electric chain testing

Testing your electrical chain means testing each of its components as well as the associated electrical redundancy levels (GE, inverters, batteries). From the transformer to the electrical panels in the rooms, it is indeed the whole of the electrical distribution and the elements that make it up, which are tested.

These tests make it possible to check that the electrical installation complies with what had been defined upstream in the specifications. By checking that everything is working perfectly, these tests provide an additional guarantee to the owner of the building, responsible for its operation in the future. These tests also make it possible to avoid any subsequent breakdowns or malfunctions and thus increase the reliability of all the infrastructures.

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Why should you test your electric chain?

  • To verify that the electrical installations operate in accordance with the technical specifications of the initial specifications;
  • To verify that the electrical installation is capable of handling the room’s load increase by carrying out tests in stages (for example 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%);
  • To verify that the electrical installation is capable of holding the load at 100% ;
  • To check the redundancies of the electrical system (in case a breakdown occurs);
  • To verify that there are no hot spots requiring adjustments, configurations or reconfigurations.

When should you test your electric chain?

The tests of your electrical chain can take place at several times:

  1. At the installation to qualify your computer room: at the time of the reception of the building, we come to test the entire electrical chain of the infrastructure in order to verify that it complies with the basic requirements and that everything works perfectly.
  2. After any maintenance to requalify your computer room: after a renovation for example, we come to retest the electrical chain of your infrastructure to check that it still works as well.

With which load banks can you test your electrical chain?

Rack load bank connected 6 kW / 7 kW

Discover our “SMART” rack load banks to test your IT room in real conditions, thanks in particular to their low Delta T.

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Unit heater load bank 21 kW

Discover our intermediate solution between rackable load banks and high power ones, our 21 kW unit heater benches.

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Delta T low load bank 100 kW, 200 kW, 300 kW

Discover our range of high-power SMART load banks dedicated to hyperscalers (bank with a low Delta T).

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Resistive load bank from 50 kW to 2.4 MW

Discover our wide range of resistive load banks from 50 kW to 2.4 MW for all types of load tests.

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      • delivery of equipment on site,
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      • assistance in carrying out your tests or the complete commissioning service.
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