General Information

Thermo-graphic Testing

Infrared cameras detect and measure heat which develops in virtually all electrical, electronic or mechanical applications. Applied on a regular basis, thermal imaging improves product output quality and avoids cost-intensive failure of equipment and systems.

Detect Problem Areas Before the Real Problems Occur.

In production plants, office facilities, hospitals, hotels and homes an infrared camera instantly makes hot spots visible on a clear thermal image. We can scan electrical cabinets and components and survey multiple wires and connections to get an instant picture of potential trouble. Detect the problem area and repair it before real problems occur. Common electrical targets are fuses, electrical panels, bolted connections and switchgear.

Electrical Appliance Testing and Tagging

To keep your workplace compliant with Australian OH&S legislation and to ensure your working environment is safe for your employees, contractors and visitors, it is essential to have all portable electric appliances tested and tagged by a qualified electrician.

M.E. Ward can offer appliance testing and tagging for the modern workplace. All of our testing and tagging services are fully compliant with the standard AS/NZS 3760:2003 and a tailored register is created of all appliances and power cords for your records. In addition, all scheduled re-testing is managed by our staff to ensure that your business remains fully compliant.

Emergency and Exit Lighting Testing

To keep your workplace compliant with Australian OH&S legislation (and local Council) and to ensure your working environment is safe for your employees, contractors and visitors, it is essential to have all exit and emergency lighting tested and maintained by a qualified electrician. In addition, all scheduled re-testing is managed by our staff to ensure that your business remains fully compliant.

Data Logging

M.E. Ward can provide electrical data logging services for customers who need reliable information about their power quality and energy consumption.

An Electricity Data Logger, also known as a Power Analyser or Power Quality Analyser enables us to capture a range of measurements over a period of time, typically one week to two weeks. Our specialised data logger is capable of recording measurements on periods ranging from a few seconds, to every hour.