Safety | Protection | Monitoring

Marinas

Boating for recreation, and for commercial purposes, is a large part of our “national fabric”. While it is common knowledge that “water and electricity don’t mix”, it is alarming to know what hazards can await family vacationers, weekend warriors, and commercial operators. Electrical safety at Harbors & Marinas is not only assumed, but also required by Code and by Insurance Carriers. We can assist Dock & Harbor Masters in ensuring electrical safety to boaters of all kinds.

Marine Services:

  • Infrared Thermography
  • Ground System Testing
  • Harbor & Marina Power Pedestal Testing
  • Marine Products:

  • Protective Relays
  • MarinaGuard Ground Fault Detection System
  • Key Marina AHJs / Code Makers / Organizations

  • OSHA – Occupational Safety & Health Administration
  • IAEI – International Association of Electrical Inspectors
  • NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
  • SAMS – Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors, Inc.
  • ABYC – American Boat & Yacht Council
  • When Your Boaters Come to Shore, Are They on Solid Ground?

    Did you know that…

    Many Marina & Boatyard fires, explosions and shock hazards are related to grounding and shore power pedestal problems?

    Marine Insurance providers are interested in your electrical testing and maintenance practices?

    NFPA 303 – “Fire Protection Standard for Marinas & Boatyards” (National Fire Protection Association) requires annual testing and inspection of all shore power distribution circuits – including ground integrity and polarity testing?

    POWERSERVE can test and inspect your power pedestals for electrical hazards which could result in bodily harm or property damage?

    The Off-Season is the perfect time to have POWERSERVE perform these essential electrical safety tests at your harbor or marina facility! In-Season is OK too!

    Give us a call today for a free no-obligation quotation.

    Simply tell us how many powered slips you have and whether they are 120 volt or 120/208/240 volt.

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