Sinewave is trusted to look after hundreds of electricity networks across the UK. We have national frameworks in place with private organisations IDNOs, renewable energy sites and many others for inspection and maintenance of their networks and assets.
Our electrical fitters and Senior Authorised Persons will perform all required tasks within the agreed scope of work using the latest technology available for “non-intrusive” inspections and maintenance work.
This contract was created for facilities that do not have a high-voltage Authorised Person on-site.
This contract was created for sites that have a high-voltage Authorised Person available on-site at all times.
Sinewave subscribes to the ‘National Equipment Defect Reporting System,’ abbreviated as NEDeRS®. It allows us to gain access to an international database of 47,000 reports of electrical equipment defects from service providers, industrial users and electrical equipment manufacturers.
NEDeRS® is available to asset owners, network operators, and maintenance and support organisations, but not to manufacturers. Subscribers gain unlimited access to the NEDeRS® web pages and receive information by email whenever a defect report is issued.
The comprehensive database enables subscribers to conduct historic searches by plant and specific manufacturers. The system contains photographs, diagrams, associated documentation and contact numbers for most of the plant items registered within its pages. The scheme avoids delays from manufacturers in notifying users of potential problems, thus saving time and money, and identifying safety issues as quickly as possible.
Sinewave’s emergency response service operates 24/7/365 attending to high-voltage and low-voltage faults nationwide. The goal of our service is to have a specialist team mobilised to the fault location within four hours, depending on the geographic location.
Each emergency response team consists of at least one Senior Authorised Person who can carry out fault switching and restore supplies. The team will assess the fault and offer advice on the best course of action to remedy the situation. (See FAQs)