Toronto, Canada | June 25-28, 2018

Bundled Courses
Transformer Management Essentials Advanced DGA Diagnostics
Dates
June 25 - 28, 2018
Registration Cost
$2,250.00 USD
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Group Discounts Available.
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Individual Training Options

Transformer Management Essentials

Transformer Management Essentials

Scheduled Location

Days: June 25 - 27, 2018

Credits: 2.1 CEU / 21 PDH / 21 NETA CTD

Cost:$1,600.00 USD

Advanced DGA Diagnostics

Advanced DGA Diagnostics

Scheduled Location

Day: June 28, 2018

Credits: 0.7 CEU / 7 PDH / 7 NETA CTD

Cost:$800.00 USD

Day 1 - Day 3

Transformer Management Essentials (formerly Half-Century Transformer)

This course provides a foundational understanding of the internal and external elements of the transformer, the essentials of transformer operation and maintenance implementation and related industry standards. It covers the chemical, mechanical and electrical components of the transformer, the purpose and operating characteristics of these components, the significant requirements and methods for maintenance, and the major testing involved in maintenance.

What You'll Learn

  • The role of transformers in power transmission and distribution
  • Transformer design and assembly
  • The transformer aging process
  • Common dielectric fluid tests
  • Interpreting test results (mineral oils)
  • Common field electrical tests and their purpose
  • Predictive, preventative and reactive maintenance
  • Chemical, mechanical and electrical maintenance procedures
  • Equipment condition assessments
  • and more…

This course is also available as customer on-site training.

Day 4

Advanced DGA Diagnostics

Learn to identify fault gases and what causes their formation. We will explain and provide examples of qualitative and quantitative interpretation of dissolved gases and how to evaluate the condition of cellulose insulation. This class will also examine the role DGA plays in new oil testing and discuss procedures to obtain a representative sample from transformers.

What You'll Learn

  • Learn to identify fault gases and what causes their formation.
  • Apply qualitative and quantitative methods for interpretation of dissolved gas concentrations.
  • Identifying other combustible gases within transformers.
  • Learn what to do in the event of a fault and for the generation of combustible gases.
  • Examine the role DGA plays in new oil testing.
  • Discuss procedures to obtain a representative sample from transformers.

 This course is also available as customer on-site training.

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