Energy Audit / EMC Test


How much do unexpected failures cost your company per minute, hour or day? How many of these unexpected downtimes can you prevent?


Over 55% of the maintenance resources and activities in an average plant still apply to reactive maintenance.


Become more reliable, safer and more efficient!


The objectives of a future-oriented measuring and monitoring system for electrical energy are not only the counting, measuring and monitoring of energy quality, the accuracy and functionality of the measurement and the maximum flexibility in adapting for new construction, expansion or conversion are of crucial importance.


Evidence of certified energy management in accordance with DIN EN ISO 50001 or an energy audit in accordance with DIN EN 16247-1 must be provided by 5 December 2015.


In addition, many customers are subject to the energy audit obligation pursuant to § 8 Paragraph 1 in conjunction with § 8 Paragraph 1. § 1 No. 4 EDL-G.


For example, DIN EN 50600 describes the requirements of the power supply analysis Energy efficiency by measuring various electrical parameters of all primary and secondary distributions in three levels of complexity.





Gives maintenance personnel sufficient time to plan necessary repairs and obtain spare parts.



Defective components can be replaced before hazardous working conditions arise.



Fewer unexpected and serious breakdowns help to avoid production stoppages, which are expensive and reduce returns.


Longer maintenance intervals:

The service life of equipment can be extended and maintenance can be planned according to demand.



Fewer unexpected or serious failures; problem areas are identified before failures occur.


Soothing certainty:


Creates confidence in maintenance plans, budgets and productivity forecasts.


An energy audit is a service for high-availability electrical engineering for the actual state detection and analysis, the correction of the network shape and subsequent monitoring. This includes an analysis of the reliability of the overall system and a risk assessment by our measurement team.


According to the AVBEltV, electrical systems must be installed in accordance with this Federal Ordinance, other legal and official regulations as well as the recognized rules of technology and (if necessary) expanded or modified and maintained.


The DIN VDE/EN regulations also serve as recognized rules of technology. The tests described above are primarily aimed at the electrical safety of the system. However, electromagnetic interference can also seriously endanger the safety of persons and systems.


The aim of the investigations by our measuring team is to carry out an exemplary assessment of the current state of the electrical system.


The examination covers the following points:


  • General condition/ maintenance of the network form
  • maintenance status
  • documentation state
  • EMC state
  • network quality
  • Operational risks due to non-standard set-up
  • Testability and monitoring


The results are summarized in a written report and handed over to you.


After the analysis/examination of your plant, we do not leave you alone, but work with you to develop the appropriate measures for upgrading (cleaning the network form to the TNS system) of your electrical plant, accompany you during the upgrading and acceptance (measurement verification) of the plant and are available to you at any time with our Power Help Desk for questions about your electrical plant.