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ISO/IEC 17025:2017 (NABL) Certification for Power Capacitors

Power Capacitors
In today’s times, the high voltage electrical network is something that is inevitable for smooth running of a daily life of the modern times. These electrical networks are solely responsible for running of the industrial machineries and mechanism smoothly and efficiently. This is why these networks need to keep running without any flaw all the time. The functioning of the electrical networks is dependent on a variety of factors and components that must be kept in the best working condition so that they could keep the electrical supply interrupted in the network. One of such instruments that are used in electrical networks includes the power capacitors. 

The passive capacitors are the important electrical components that are used for providing a static source of power or reactive power in an electrical network. The power capacitors consist of two distinct parts that are considered as two conducting plates. Between the conducting plates there is a medium present that is termed as dielectric. There are many different types of dielectric material available that can help in keeping the best level of stability of temperature and frequency. The capacitance of the power capacitor is given as C= K A/D where A is the surface area of the electrode used in the capacitor, D is the total distance between the capacitor and the K is the function or a constant according to the dielectric medium used between the electrodes. 

The power capacitors are the components that are used in the electric supply networks as the passive components that are required to provide a static source of reactive power in the network. The main areas where the power capacitor are used include the aerospace industry, automotive industry, power factor correction in the electrical network, motor started, lightning circuits and so forth. The performance of a capacitor is dependent on many different things including working direct current voltage, working alternate current voltage, rated current, power rating, resistance offered to insulation, dissipation factor, and temperature coefficient. 

There are different types of power capacitors that are used in the high voltage electrical networks. The selection of type of capacitor mainly depends on the requirement of the network. There are many different types of capacitors available for different requirements. There are axial capacitors, radial capacitors, flying capacitors, tab capacitors, screw capacitors, gull wing and j-lead capacitors. Some of these capacitors are bolted in to the mounting brackets and some are mounted directly in to the poles. 

The power capacitors provide best safety to the high voltage electrical networks as well as equipments such as power motor starters. As the safety of these components is greatly dependent on the quality of the power capacitors, the manufacturers need to understand the importance of their quality and stability when in use. This is why the manufacturers need to ensure that the quality of the products they offer to the customers are of best quality. For this the products need to be tested in an efficient laboratory that has all the certifications such as ISO 17025: 2017 and NABL so that it could be ensured that the laboratory is following all the procedures along with all the necessary testing equipments to provide the best quality of the products level and it will provide the best service life. 

In case, you have Power Capacitors equipment testing lab then you must get it certified for ISO 17025 – NABL, PrimeCertification can help you with all the formalities involved with the ISO 17025 NABL certification for Power Capacitors equipment testing lab process. We have a vast team of highly experienced professionals who have been helping our clients in getting an easy ISO 17025 NABL certification for Power Capacitors equipment testing lab by handling all the audits, inspections, and paper works.