Collective Engineering


Preventive Maintenance

               CECO maintenance teams made up of over 10 experienced engineers who are skilled in performing maintenance and testing and also understand the engineering and design criteria necessary for operation of a reliable power system

               It is recognized by CECO that the needs of commercial and industrial power system owners vary widely. Many criteria are used in determining what equipment is to be tested, at what intervals, and to what extent. Ambient conditions, availability of down time, and maintenance budgets are but a few of the considerations that go into the planning of a maintenance schedule.

A sample of equipment listing

CECO offer a majority of the field tests available for assessing the suitability for continued service and reliability of the power distribution system. A sample of equipment listing which we regularly service is as follows.

High voltage equipment (69kV, 115kV, 230kV, 500kV)
   • Power circuit breaker
   • Disconnecting switch
   • Lightning arrester
   • Current transformer
   • Capacitance voltage transformer
   • Power transformer

Medium voltage equipment (3.3kV, 6.6kV, 11kV, 22kV, 33kV)
   • Switchgear
   • Bus Ducts
   • Vacuum circuit breaker
   • Disconnect/Loadbreak switch
   • Transformer
   • Capacitor bank
   • Power cable

Low voltage equipment and control parts
   • Protective relays
   • Switchgear control circuit
   • Metering system
   • Grounding system
   • Synchronizing panels and generator
   • Motor and motor control center (MCC)
   • Transfer switches
   • Capacitor
   • Main distribution board (MDB)
   • Battery and battery charger
   • DCS / CSCS system


Our Preventive Maintenance History

               CECO maintenance teams made up of over 10 experienced engineers who are skilled in performing maintenance and testing and also understand the engineering and design criteria necessary for operation of a reliable power system

               It is recognized by CECO that the needs of commercial and industrial power system owners vary widely. Many criteria are used in determining what equipment is to be tested, at what intervals, and to what extent. Ambient conditions, availability of down time, and maintenance budgets are but a few of the considerations that go into the planning of a maintenance schedule.