VFE Electrical Engineers assist in a multi-disciplined approach to the fire investigative process addressing complex technical issues and employing accepted methodology.

  • Electrical Shock / Electrocution
  • Electronics Analysis
  • Equipment Failure
  • Appliance Evaluation
  • Switchboard / Power Distribution
  • Utility Distribution and Transmission Analysis
  • Vehicle Fire Analysis
  • Lightning Damage Evaluation

VFE Mechanical Engineers routinely investigate commercial machine (boilers, machinery, HVAC) and vehicle (truck, bus, automobile, motorcycle and pedestrian) accidents, and have the ability to retrieve and analyze data from on-board vehicle computers that record pre-crash data.”

  • Machine Failure / Accident / Fire
  • Vehicular Accident Reconstruction
  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Water Loss / Damage
  • Explosions
  • Fuel Gas System Analysis

Whether a fire suppression system fails to control a fire or leaks and floods a building when there is no fire, our fire protection engineers will ascertain the true cause, taking industry practices and codes into proper account.

  • Wet and Dry Fire Sprinkler Discharges and Leaks
  • Restaurant Kitchen “Ansul” Suppression Systems
  • Smoke Movement and Smoke Detector Placement
  • Storage of Combustible Materials
  • Building / Fire / Life Safety Code Compliance
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Our engineers provide unbiased, second opinions for manufacturers, attorneys, and other clients.

  • Analyze and test failure scenarios
  • Set up and test electrical/mechanical devices
  • Confidential analysis of differing expert opinion and/or reports
  • Design and build physical models to evaluation conceptual ideas

Our laboratory is used to perform exhaustive testing and analysis. Call us today at 936.756.2201 to schedule your next exam.

  • BRAND NEW Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
  • High Resolution Photography and Video
  • Stereo Microscopy
  • Real-Time Radiography (X-ray)
  • Gas and Electrical Appliance Testing
  • 10,000 Pound Vehicle Lift
  • Circuit Breaker Testing
  • Certified Evidence Collection Technician (IAAI-ECT)
  • Infrared Imaging System (FLIR) with high temperature maximum of 2195 degrees F.