Sometimes in damage assessment services, the reasons for an equipment fault are plain to see, whether it be water damage, fire damage, or obvious structural failure. There are also times however when equipment fails for no obvious or apparent reason, and therefore requires a more thorough, technical approach to diagnosis.

Unseen faults in any form of machinery or equipment can include:

  • Mechanical breakdown
  • Impact damage
  • Damage due to power surge
  • Lightning damage
  • Damage to electrical electronic equipment, and components


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AGI’s technical inspection and damage assessment service team are experts in searching for the root cause of fault in all manner of equipment breakdown, using a wide range of cutting edge, non-destructive techniques:

  • Close-up photography
  • 3D imaging
  • Precision measurement
  • Microscopic analysis
  • Chemical analysis
  • Onsite metallurgy analysis
  • Onsite electronic test and analysis
  • Onsite electrical test and analysis


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Once the fault is diagnosed, AGI’s damage assessment service can give you repair or replacement advice, and even review third party contractor bids to ensure the best result, and price possible.

Every part of the technical inspection process is based around reducing downtime, costs, and the effect on your bottom line.

In some cases. ensuing legal action may be a central part of technical inspections, so AGI will compile an extensive, court-ready report that will cover topics such as cause, liability and policy breaches where appropriate.

To learn more about how AGI’s technical inspection services can diagnose, report, repair, and replace equipment faults, click here.



Technical inspection is the diagnosis and reporting on damaged complex electronic and electrical equipment, providing information and proposals to get that equipment back to being fully operational in the quickest and most cost-effective fashion possible.

A technical inspection company provides its customers with professional and objective inspections of their damaged electronic or electrical equipment. The goal is to provide customers with the best possible diagnostics for their malfunctioned equipment. Technical inspection companies can answer questions such as:

  • What is wrong with your electronic or electrical equipment?
  • How long will it take to restore and fix your electronic or electrical equipment?
  • How much will it cost to restore, fix or optimise your electronic or electrical equipment while meeting all operating parameters?

Technical inspection companies are usually hired by contacting them directly or through your insurance agent. You can also find a technical inspection company through an internet search or by asking for recommendations from friends, family members, neighbours, real estate agents, and contractors. A reputable technical inspection company should be able to provide references, explain their service offering in detail and share previous case studies with you.

A technical inspection company is needed when you need to identify any damage or provide reports and solutions to make sure your electronic or electrical equipment is fixed quickly and for a reasonable cost.

When choosing a technical inspection company, there are several points to consider:

Does the company have any experience in the power/electrical industry?

  • Is their team experienced and equipped with adequate testing equipment?
  • What type of testing equipment do they use to identify problems?
  • What is the estimated time to fix and restore equipment?
  • How much will it cost to restore, fix or optimise electrical or electronic equipment?
  • Can I get a reference from someone who has used their service before?

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