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Loss of Power, the verification of multiple building systems
under loss of normal power, is a fundamental--and critical--functional
performance test that should be performed in every facility that includes
back-up power or an emergency power system.However, many project teams still do not perform this test, do not
realize the criticality of this test or test using simulations instead of
actually performing the test under “real-world” conditions that include
interrupting primary power under a controlled and planned procedure .It’s not a test that can be skipped, nor is
it a test that the team should take lightly, as it requires planning and
coordination far beyond any other functional test.In this highly informative webinar, we
will discuss common challenges for including and conducting loss of power and
ways to overcome these challenges.
We also will review what defines a loss of power simulation and what defines a complete test.Do you know what defines a loss of power test? Do you know what can make or break successful results?We will walk through the essential planning and coordination steps, pre-test, test day and follow-up procedures.Attendees will be able to ask questions, so please come prepared with specific test inquiries.
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