Panel Installation, Testing and Commissioning

Panel Installation, Testing, and Commissioning by Manikaran

Manikaran has the complete infrastructure to provide end to end services in all fields of HV, LV electrical switchgear. Manikaran is coordinating the design and construction work associated with the existing installed electrical assets. Manikaran is a leading electrical contractor, working with a diverse range of customers in the telecom, Government sector, railways, and Industrial sector. Manikaran provides services for the design, installation, testing, commissioning, inspection, and maintenance of Panels, HT Panels, VCB, and ACB.


  • 24 /7 /365 emergency response
  • Installation, commission and, testing of equipment
  • Inspection, operation, and maintenance
  • Substation construction
  • Apparatus and equipment retrofitting and refurbishment
  • Cable laying, jointing, and underground distribution system
  • Feasibility studies at the site
  • Complete extension panels
  • Earth system designing and testing
  • HV and LV cable laying and testing

Residential Installation

Manikaran specializes in residential electrical panel installation, catering to the unique needs of homeowners across India. Our expert team ensures seamless installation processes, adhering to safety standards and regulations to deliver reliable electrical systems for residential properties. Whether it’s a new home or a renovation project, our residential electrical panel installation services guarantee efficiency and safety for your household.

Control Panel Solutions

For businesses and industrial facilities, Manikaran offers top-notch electrical control panel installation services. Our experienced technicians design and install control panels tailored to your specific requirements, ensuring optimal functionality and efficiency in your operations. With Manikaran’s electrical control panel installation services, you can enhance productivity and streamline your business operations effectively.

Thorough Testing

At Manikaran, we prioritize safety and reliability through comprehensive electrical panel testing services. Our skilled professionals conduct thorough assessments to identify any potential issues and ensure compliance with industry standards. With Manikaran’s electrical panel testing services, you can rest assured that your electrical systems are safe and reliable for long-term use.

Efficient Commissioning

Before putting electrical systems into operation, it’s crucial to undergo electrical panel commissioning to verify functionality and safety. Manikaran’s expert team meticulously inspects and tests electrical panels to ensure optimal performance and minimize the risk of malfunctions. With our electrical panel commissioning services, you can launch your projects with confidence, knowing that your electrical systems are thoroughly checked and commissioned for operation.

Tailored Solutions for Every Need

Whether it’s a residential, commercial, or industrial project, Manikaran provides tailored solutions to meet diverse requirements. From residential electrical panel installation to electrical control panel installation and Electrical Panel Commissioning, we offer comprehensive services to address all your electrical panel needs. With our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, Manikaran stands as your trusted partner for all electrical panel services in India.

Experience Excellence with Manikaran

With a focus on professionalism, expertise, and customer-centric approach, Manikaran ensures the reliability and efficiency of your electrical systems. Experience excellence with Manikaran and elevate your projects with our top-notch electrical panel services.



Electrical Panel Tests:

Electrical panels undergo several tests to ensure safety, functionality, and compliance with standards. These tests include:

Insulation Resistance Test: Checks the insulation integrity to prevent short circuits or electrical shocks.

Earth Continuity Test: Ensures a low resistance path to earth for fault currents.

Polarity Test: Verifies correct wiring connections to prevent electrical hazards.

Phase Sequence Test: Determines the correct phase rotation in three-phase systems.

Functional Test: Ensures all components operate as intended under various conditions.

Load Test: Evaluate the panel’s capacity to handle expected loads.

Circuit Breaker Testing: Verifies proper functioning and response of circuit breakers.

These tests collectively ensure the safety and reliability of electrical panels, minimizing risks of fire, shock, or equipment damage.

The Seven Electrical Tests:

  • Insulation Resistance Test
  • Earth Continuity Test
  • Polarity Test
  • Phase Sequence Test
  • Functional Test
  • Load Test
  • Circuit Breaker Testing

Each test serves a specific purpose in assessing the integrity and functionality of electrical panels, ensuring compliance with safety standards and regulations.

Panel Test Method:

The panel test method involves a systematic approach to conducting the various electrical tests on a panel. It typically includes:

Preparation: Ensure the panel is de-energized and proper safety precautions are in place.

Insulation Resistance Test: Measure resistance between conductors and ground to assess insulation quality.

Earth Continuity Test: Verify the integrity of the earth connection for safety.

Polarity and Phase Sequence Test: Confirm correct wiring connections and phase rotation.

Functional Test: Evaluate the operation of switches, indicators, and other components.

Load Test: Apply simulated loads to assess the panel’s capacity and performance.

Circuit Breaker Testing: Check the response and functionality of circuit breakers under various conditions.

Following this method ensures thorough testing and reliable operation of electrical panels while maintaining safety standards.

HV Test of an Electrical Panel:

The High Voltage (HV) test of an electrical panel involves subjecting the panel to high voltage to assess insulation integrity and ensure it can withstand operating conditions without breakdown. This test is crucial for panels operating at high voltage levels to prevent electrical failures and ensure safety. The HV test typically involves applying a higher-than-normal voltage to the panel for a specified duration while monitoring for any insulation breakdown or flashovers.

Steps in Electrical Commissioning:

Electrical commissioning ensures that electrical systems are installed, tested, and operated correctly. The steps typically involve:


Preparation: Gather necessary documentation, plans, and specifications.


Inspection: Verify that all electrical components are installed according to design and standards.


Testing: Conduct various electrical tests to ensure proper functionality and safety.


Verification: Confirm that electrical systems meet performance criteria and comply with regulations.


Integration: Ensure seamless integration with other building systems, if applicable.


Functional Testing: Test the operation of electrical equipment and systems under normal and emergency conditions.


Documentation: Compile commissioning reports, test results, and record any deviations or issues encountered during the process.

Seven Steps of Commissioning:

Planning: Establish commissioning objectives, scope, and schedule.

Design Review: Evaluate design documents to ensure they meet project requirements.

Preparation: Prepare commissioning plans, procedures, and checklists.

Installation Verification: Verify that installed systems and components match design specifications.

Functional Testing: Test the performance and functionality of systems under various conditions.

Training: Provide training to operators and maintenance personnel on system operation and maintenance.

Documentation and Handover: Compile commissioning documentation and hand over the system to the owner or operator.

Responsibilities of Electrical Commissioning:

Electrical commissioning involves several responsibilities to ensure the proper functioning and safety of electrical systems:


Planning and Coordination: Develop commissioning plans, schedules, and coordinate activities with stakeholders.

Inspection and Verification: Inspect electrical installations to ensure compliance with design and standards.

Testing and Troubleshooting: Conduct various tests to verify system performance and troubleshoot any issues.

Documentation: Maintain accurate records of commissioning activities, test results, and any deviations encountered.

Training: Provide training to operators and maintenance personnel on system operation and maintenance procedures.

Integration: Ensure seamless integration of electrical systems with other building systems.

Compliance: Ensure that electrical systems meet regulatory requirements and safety standards.


These responsibilities are crucial for successful electrical commissioning and reliable operation of electrical systems.

A commissioning test is a critical step in the commissioning process of any system, whether it’s an electrical system, mechanical system, or a complex industrial process. It involves a series of tests and inspections to verify that the system functions according to design specifications, operational requirements, and safety standards. Commissioning tests are conducted after the installation of the system components and before the system is put into full operation.


The main objectives of commissioning tests are:

Verification of Installation: Ensure that all components of the system are installed correctly according to the design drawings and specifications.


Functional Testing: Test the functionality of individual components as well as the system as a whole under normal operating conditions. This includes checking for proper operation, sequencing, and interlocks.


Performance Testing: Assess the performance of the system in meeting specified requirements such as capacity, efficiency, and response time.


Safety Testing: Verify that safety features and protocols are in place and functioning properly to protect personnel, equipment, and the environment.


Documentation: Record test results, observations, and any deviations encountered during testing. This documentation serves as a reference for future maintenance and troubleshooting.


Commissioning tests are typically carried out by qualified technicians or engineers with expertise in the specific system being commissioned. The results of these tests help ensure that the system is reliable, safe, and operating as intended before it is handed over for full operation.