12 Nov. 2017 - 16 Nov. 2017

Iran (Tehran)

English

C.0064.BBE

MPD Series

Partial Discharge Testing on Transformers, Generators and Motors with MPD 500/600

12 Nov. 2017 - 16 Nov. 2017

Iran (Tehran)

English

C.0064.BBE

MPD Series

Summary

Become familiar with both the principles of partial discharges and their measurement with the MPD test set. 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

  • Measuring PD on high voltage devices with MPD 500/600 and detect PD in UHF range using UHF 620
  • Localizing PD in oil filled transformers and reactors using PDL650
  • Performing measurements to determine the insulation condition and identify fault types and fault location
  • Evaluating aging and deterioration processes in primary assets by PD measurements
  • Monitoring the quality of the production process by performing measurements on assembled parts
  • Applying PD technology to design or redesign devices exposed to high voltage

Information

This training course conducted by an OMICRON expert trainer and organized by our partner Behgam Farayand Novin Co.


Registration:
Please register directly with Behgam Farayand Novin Co.

 

Contact:

Ali Ebrahimi: ebrahimi@behgam-farayand.com

Mahdi Mollaiee: mahdi.mollaiee@behgam-farayand.com

Duration

4.5 days

Upon Request

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Student's feedback

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. 

Professional training material
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