Laxmi Associates has been a pioneer in power system equipment testing. Our vision is to maximize the life of your electrical equipment and deliver complete reliability. Backed by industry-leading software and the latest testing equipment, LA has the tools and expertise to keep your high-voltage requirements running with system reliability. 

Steady power is absolutely critical for the success of your facility. That’s why it’s so important to choose a company that has the knowledge and capacity to be your full-service partner in reliability. With more than 15 years of testing experience and access to thousands of test results, our team of engineers, technicians, and specialists know how to keep your Power Equipment fleet running reliably.

Test of Power Transformers
High Voltage Power Transformer Testing HV / EHV TRANSFORMERS On-site Diagnostic Testing of HV / EHV class of Transformers: Our experience spans across power transformers of all voltage class upto 1200 kV and rating upto 500 MVA. Voltage Ratio and Vector group confirmation test, Frequency Response Analysis (FRA), No-load excitation current measurement Capacitance and dissipation factor measurement of the inner insulation Capacitance and dissipation factor measurement of high-voltage bushings Impedance measurements (short-circuit impedance, zero sequence
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Electric Motor Testing
Electric Motor Testing Panel Electrical faults in the motor are common to happen, but if ignored, they are most dangerous for the motor’s efficient working. These faults are usual and having regular electrical testing to avoid motor failures. The primary reason behind motor failures is electrical collapse. Some other issues may also include rotor problems, winding issues, damage in insulation, power cut off, thermal overload, and damaged wires. All this damage leads to stress and
Electric Power Cable Testing
Power Cord Tester Power cables are meant to be used for various purposes at different electrical voltages from medium to high. With time and excessive usage, the cables wear out, leading to malfunctioning. Cables tend to have faults during the course, and there are specific reasons which lead to power cable damage. The reasons are: Earth faults Phase to Phase Cable Damage Resistive faults Intermittent faults Sheath faults Partial discharges During power cable testing, the
GIS Testing
GIS Testing
GIS Testing GIS stands for Gas Insulated Switchgear. GIS testing is a test conducted to evaluate the circuit's proper functionality and assess various electrical specifications of a machine.  Why is GIS testing done? If a new system is installed, as a part of voltage testing When a machine is repaired after any incident For monitoring the systems  When any defect is discovered in the machines To regulate and maintain the condition of the systems What

Today the concept has changed and efforts are being directed to explore new approaches/techniques of monitoring

Digital Testing of High Voltage Circuit Breaker
Digital Testing of High Voltage Circuit Breaker A circuit breaker is used as a switching device. It is used when there is any kind of interruption in an abnormal current or during an electrical fault. A circuit breaker’s design is specially made for closing/opening an electrical circuit. The circuit breaker is a mechanical device that protects the whole electrical system from any kind of impairment.  Some of the unusual situations when immediate electrical protection should
Surge Arrestors Testing
Surge Arrester Types What is a surge arrester? Surge Arresters are of various types, and they occur as a result of a spike in voltage. A surge in electric voltage is typical and expected. It is the sudden transition in overvoltage in a circuit. The voltage fluctuates on power or final lines. These surges are large and can overload a machine resulting in its failure. It becomes urgent to get it checked to avoid potential
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Asset Management & CBM

Minimization of the service life cycle cost is achieved for the key Assets in system by implementing the concept of Asset Management policy