19 Jun. 2018 - 21 Jun. 2018

Germany (Berlin)

English

C.0172.BBX

MPD Series

Partial Discharge Testing on Power Transformers with the MPD System

19 Jun. 2018 - 21 Jun. 2018

Germany (Berlin)

English

C.0172.BBX

MPD Series

Summary

Enhance your knowledge on partial discharge testing on power transformers. Become familiar with advance software features of the MPD system. Learn how to identify fault types and fault locations to assess the condition of your assets. Get to know advanced testing techniques in hands-on sessions on special training equipment.

Objectives

  • Enhancing your knowledge on partial discharge on power transformers
  • Performing measurements to determine the insulation condition and identify fault types and fault location
  • Evaluating deterioration processes in power transformers by partial discharge measurements
  • Monitoring the quality of the production process by performing measurements on assembled parts
  • Applying partial discharge technology to design or redesign devices exposed to high voltage

Information

You will receive a personal email with all course information such as agenda and route directions shortly before the training course.

You can select your desired hotel from our hotel recommendations in the Training Center Berlin description (PDF).

Schedule

Tag 1: 09:00 - 17:30 Uhr

Tag 2: 09:00 - 17:30 Uhr

Tag 3: 09:00 - 12:30 Uhr

Duration

2.5 days

EUR 1,725
per person, excludes tax
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„Theoretical and practical units came one after another so that the things learned could be applied immediately.“

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Through our courses, you will gain thorough knowledge of assets and applications in electrical power systems.

Application knowledge

Benefit from an efficient mix of live presentations of the device, logically arranged theory content and practical measurements.

Efficient training methods

You will receive comprehensive manuals for later reference. 

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