Add value to your electrical assets
In the electrical world, the primary goal of lifecycle management is to maximize uptime.
When done properly, though, the process offers many benefits; it adds value to critical-power infrastructure and assets, enhances system performance, and improves overall safety.
As always, Hanley Energy Electrical doesn’t stop there.
We become invested in the equipment we install, test, and maintain. We devote our time and expertise to optimize the lives of your assets, whether that means taking ownership of documentation, developing customized reporting solutions, or applying comprehensive product management practices - from cradle to cradle.
We organize lifecycle management into six phases: analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, and maintenance. Our customers may be at one stage of the process - or all of them - depending on the complexity of their systems.
It's time to stop viewing lifecycle management as a checklist. Let us invest in your electrical assets today.
Integrated Product Management
Quality Control (QC)
quality assurance (qa)
We have the know-how
At HEE, we go above and beyond to increase the efficiency and reliability of power systems, integrating our CURRENT methodology into each lifecycle-management phase.
This practice ensures that we are always listening - ready to tailor solutions and make our customers' needs our own.
We believe that lifecycle management is a combination of both art and science. As such, we assembled a world-class Research and Development lab in our Ashburn, Virginia, location so that our technicians can fine-tune their expertise and product knowledge before they ever step foot inside your facility.
With a bit a creativity and a whole lot of product-agnostic industry knowledge, we test passive and active components, research energy optimization solutions, and develop preventative maintenance offerings that are customized to fit your specific needs. Our technical electrical professionals have seen and tested it all, and we often know how equipment will work - and not work - better than the vendors themselves. We have the experience and expertise needed to detect and diagnose failures before they start.
It doesn't matter who installed it. Let HEE maintain it.
At HEE, we are always looking for opportunities to lessen our environmental impact.
In the lifecycle management arena, we have adopted a cradle-to-cradle approach. This means that instead of sending components to the landfill at the end of their lives, we look for ways to recycle them. Many precious metals and plastics can be broken down and re-used, saving energy and resources.
It's just one of the ways we incorporate our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into our daily efforts. Do you have an electrical partner who cares?
Safety is our priority
We don't mess around when it comes to safety. Our lifecycle management solutions are always done in accordance with the latest standards, such as those published by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70, National Electrical Code, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
But, our safety endeavors don't end there.