Inspect & Test Standards for Electrical Equipment, Components and Apparatus for Reuse in Commercial and Industrial Applications
PEARL Inspect and Test Standards provide inspection, cleaning, testing, and documentation instructions and guidelines that when followed by trained technicians will provide evidence that an
electrical device is free of inherent flaws or faults.
The PEARL Inspect and Test Standard is neither a reconditioning standard, nor does it promise extended service life or improve reliability. It is intended to indicate that the equipment or
device in its present state shows no indication of damage and tests satisfactorily to manufacturer or industry operational specifications.
This standard may be used to assess the condition of any product covered in the Inspect and Test standards whether the product is new, unused, has been in service, or whether it is or is not
eligible for standard reconditioning work scope.
For maintenance professionals this standard may serve as a shop or field inspection guideline for material already in service as it may aide in predicting and averting future failures and by
calling attention to elements of the equipment or device that fail during testing.
PEARL member companies affix the green PEARL Inspected & Tested Seal to electrical equipment that has passed the PEARL Inspect & Test Standards.
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Founded in 1997, the Professional Electrical Apparatus Reconditioning League (PEARL) is a national trade organization for companies that supply quality surplus and
reconditioned/remanufactured electrical equipment and apparatus. PEARL is an ANSI accredited standards developer.