A computer-aided design (CAD) software is used in electrical testing to provide accurate design information to the client and engineers of where the main electrical source in a property is located. You can practically lay out the entire electrical system. It points out how many sources are powered by the main circuit in a 2D or 3D representation.
Informative to clients.
We have engineers spread across the UK and five offices to ensure we are responsive to customer needs.
CAD drawings can be accessed electronically by our duty holder management system, Securview.
Our engineers are flexible with their work schedule and are happy to work evenings and weekends to meet your schedules and are experienced to cause as little disruption as possible.
There are no tasks involved in this service, it simply provides guidance to the Duty Holder and engineers conducting the electrical testing.
With today’s requirements for safe systems being the way they are, anything that can help reduce downtime, improve maintenance efficiency and ultimately reduce associated costs is a welcome relief. One way to help this process along is with the production of CAD drawing.