Maintenance Audits – Identifying Key Components of Maintenance and Repair Procedures


A maintenance audit is a comprehensive review of an organization’s equipment inventory, maintenance and repair processes, in-house facilities, and procurement procedures.

A qualified firm performing a maintenance audit will consider the following issues of maintenance and repair procedures during the review process:

Maintenance and Repair Procedures

  1. Are a plan and schedule currently in place for the regular maintenance of all equipment?
  2. What is the breakdown between in-house and outsourced services for maintenance and repair work?
  3. How much maintenance and repair work is currently handled in the field, instead of in a repair facility?
  4. Is there a program in place for the regular testing of transformers and other equipment?
  5. How does the organization handle field decommissioning?
  6. What kind of lead time is needed for repairs?
  7. Are parts currently warehoused, or is the utility using a “just-in-time” inventory model?


Emerald Transformer’s experience across the full spectrum of maintenance services makes us uniquely qualified to produce comprehensive, actionable maintenance audits.

When the audit is complete, we’re also well-suited to providing all of the services and equipment you need to successfully implement its recommendations. We maintain one of the nation’s largest inventories of refurbished transformers and other electrical equipment, offer an industry-leading three-year warranty, and provide maintenance and repair services from a network of eight locations around the country.

Our services in the field include the maintenance and repair of reclosers, oil circuit breakers, SF6 breakers and circuit switches, controls, regulators, and other station equipment. Our technicians regularly handle transformer leaks, bushing replacement, fuse replacement, oil retrofills, radiator repair, and gauge replacements, as well as providing complete decommissioning services.

Contact Emerald Transformer at to talk about how a maintenance audit can help you improve operational efficiencies, extend the life of your current equipment, and save money.

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