The 2006 / 95 EEC Low Voltage Directive (LVD) conducts ground line continuity tests professionally by our accredited laboratory, calibrated instruments and specialist personnel. All equipment necessary for the continuity of the earth line is present in our structure. Tests are performed to measure the current on the soil
For earth continuity measurement, the resistivity of the existing soil must be determined. the following table of values;
Electrical equipment covered by the LVD Regulation, for example; Metal Processing Machinery
Plastic and Rubber Machinery
Woodworking machines, Lifting machines, Food machines, Paper and cardboard machines, Printing machines, Assembly machines, Textile machines, medical devices, lighting devices, electric motors
after providing the safety requirements and conformity assessment procedures specified in this Regulation, to determine the relevant safety rules and procedures and principles for conformity assessment procedures for placing on the market.
LVD Regulation; This standard covers electrical equipment designed for use at rated voltages ranging from 50 volts to 1000 volts for alternating current and 75 volts to 1500 volts for direct current.
In almost every device, leakage current is generated due to the high resistance of the earth line, the contact of the cable connected to the earth line, or other situations. When 30 exceeds mA, this is dangerous.
In order to prevent damages caused by leakage current, in addition to high current prevention systems, leakage current prevention and separation systems should be applied.
Insulation tests required for the installation of the system that prevents leakage current in the devices are carried out in accordance with LVD test standards and risks are minimized.