ESi's products fire investigation team works with our clients early-on in investigations potentially involving their products to gather evidence to protect their best interests.
Our team includes mechanical, electrical, chemical, and materials engineers, fire investigators, and technicians - all who have experience in analyzing the causes and effects of fires and explosions, in addition to having experience in analyzing product failures. Since the team is distributed across our locations around the country, we are able to deploy experts to the site of any incident, domestic or international, within hours, to begin the process of safely gathering and preserving evidence and collecting data. We use the latest technology to document the scene thoroughly and accurately through photographs, videos, 3D imaging, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones).
As the investigation progresses, ESi has fully equipped laboratories for conducting artifact examinations, burn testing and explosion analyses, product testing, and other specialized testing including CT scanning. Analysis capabilities further include gas dispersion modeling, fire modeling, chemical analysis, and analysis through 3D computer modeling.
ESi performed an investigation into an explosion/flash fire that occurred during the use of a portable cookstove that caused injuries to several people.
ESi analyzed the release of natural gas from a transmission pipeline that ruptured
ESi invites you to join us for a half day seminar that provides insight into the work you do. We are offering lunch followed by four one-hour educational sessions and wrapping up with a time of appetizers, beverages and socializing with other guests at our Minnesota office.
This course will educate claims and litigation personnel on what to look for in determining who may have responsibility and liability for incidents involving butane appliances and containers.
ESi is pleased to announce that our Fire, Process and Electrical practice is setting the stage for a new chapter of growth by separating into two distinct practices, Electrical Engineering and Fire & Explosion Investigation.
ESi's expertise spans dozens of industries and specializations organized across several practice groups, each staffed by dozens of in-house experts with the technical knowledge, hands-on expertise, and courtroom experience required to execute projects for and with our clients from start to finish.Find an Expert Contact Us