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15 - 17 octobre 2019

Crewe Hall

Crewe (near Manchester)

English
Registrations are open!

OMICRON Diagnostic Measurements on Primary Assets Conference & Workshop (DMPA)

15 - 17 octobre 2019

Crewe Hall

Crewe (near Manchester)

English

Join us for the 2019 edition of the DMPA and profit from the exchange with industry experts and peers when discussing the latest trends in diagnostic measurements on primary assets. A mixture of technical presentations and practical workshop sessions will be combined with a cheerful evening program.


Conference day

Experts will present application-based papers on transformer diagnostics, circuit breaker testing, rotating machine diagnostics and partial discharge analysis followed by a general discussion.


Workshop day

Demo sessions will be held on the following topics:

  • Commissioning & Diagnostics on Power Transformers
  • Safe testing of AIS and GIS circuit breakers
  • Electrical Testing on Rotating Machines


Get an idea of the schedule

October 15, 2019Travel-in Get-together
October 16, 2019 Conference day
October 17, 2019 Workshop day Travel-out

 

Target audience

Engineers and technicians in utilities, transformer/rotating machine factories and service companies, who are involved with the manufacture, maintenance and troubleshooting of primary assets.


Venue

Within easy reach of Manchester International Airport, the historic venue Crewe Hall offers state of the art conference facilities and modern accommodation.


Fee and Registration

Early bird fee:£550,- plus 20% VAT (valid until August 16, 2019)
Standard fee: £590,- plus 20% VAT (valid from August 17 to September 27, 2019)

The registration fee includes all event sessions, meeting documents, break and lunch catering and evening programs. Furthermore, costs for accommodation from October 15–17 are included.


Call for papers

Please let us know if you are intersted in providing us with a paper.

Submit a paper



 The event will be hosted by OMICRON electronics UK Limited.

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