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Ultrasonic Cleaning: Can One Size Fit All for Post-Loss Electronic Equipment Recovery?
Ultrasonic cleaning presents a contamination-removal solution dating back to the 1950s. This whitepaper evaluates the extent to which an ultrasonic “one size fits all” solution might add risk during the insurance recovery of electronics.

 
Equipment Stabilization Following Water Incidents
Water contamination can occur in various forms. From steam and humidity, to drops, to full submerging, water contamination incidents pose a unique set of challenges for businesses and insurers. Read our list of six expert suggestions to stabilize equipment following a water contamination incident.

 
AFTER COVID-19: Addressing Equipment Claims
As businesses across the globe resume operations following COVID-19 shutdowns, it is important to understand the technical challenges that will surface once an attempt is made to start production. AREPA offers services to help carriers address equipment claims.

 
AFTER COVID-19: Equipment Disinfection Services
As businesses across the globe resume operations following COVID-19 shutdowns, many will want to ensure employee and customer safety by having work environments sterilized. If your organization provides disinfection services, it is imperative to keep in mind how these solutions will impact the surfaces being addressed.

 
AFTER COVID-19: Mitigating Your Technical Equipment & Electrical Failure
As businesses across the globe resume operations following COVID-19 shutdowns, it is not only important to follow specified equipment maintenance guidelines, but it is equally important to execute on a detailed start-up plan. This will ensure that equipment and electrical installations are powered on safely and production can resume.

 
Cleaning vs. Decontamination – Knowing the Difference Can Save Your Equipment & Electronics
‘Cleaning’ and ‘decontamination’ are two terms often used synonymously to describe the process of physically removing soil, debris, dust, and other contaminants from objects. While these terms may be used interchangeably, they in fact describe two very different processes when it comes to restoring technical equipment.

 
Flame Guard USA’s X-Tinguish®XT-3000 Aerosol Generator Put to the Corrosion Test
Flame Guard USA released the X-Tinguish® XT-3000, a fixed condensed aerosol generator that is used in early stage and fully developed fires. In an effort to quantify what, if any, adverse effects the aerosol mist may have on various metals and electronic circuitry, Flame Guard USA partnered with AREPA to conduct an experiment.

 
Equipment Stabilization Strategies Following Floods
Water contamination incidents pose a unique set of challenges for businesses and insurers. Read our list of six expert suggestions to stabilize equipment following a water contamination incident.

 
Secondary Damage After Arc Flash in Wind Turbines
Across the energy industry, loss prevention and mitigation best practices exist so that incidents involving business-critical equipment are not catastrophic. The wind energy industry is rapidly growing in North America, and for WTG stakeholders, the consequences of not knowing, neglecting or underestimating the effects of secondary damage on internal equipment can be disastrous.



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