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TA: Transformer Testing Lesson #6: Dielectric tests on power transformers – open for registration!

The live e-lesson will be held, by Balazs Sztari at the Transformers Academy, on Monday, 28 September 2020, at 2 PM CET.

Click here to register for free.

If you wish to attend on demand all of the previously held e-lessons in this course, please see this list:

Transformers Testing course – e-lesson #1

Transformers Testing course – e-lesson #2

Transformers Testing course – e-lesson #3

Transformers Testing course – e-lesson #4

Transformers Testing course – e-lesson #5

About the upcoming live e-lesson

In this e-lesson you will learn about dielectric tests of power transformers in general aspects.

The sixth lesson of Transformers Testing Course provides an overview of dielectric tests without going into the details of test techniques. The overview lesson organizes the tests according to their standard (IEC and IEEE) requirements and which part of the transformer insulation is tested.

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In order to ensure that your registration was successfully completed, please, after applying for the e-session, carefully check the inbox of the email account you are using. If you don’t see the confirmation email, please check your spam / junk folder as well. If the confirmation email is in that folder, please, move it to your inbox. This should eliminate any future issues with the registration process.

Also, we recommend checking firewall settings with your network provider.

To access the e-lesson, use the room link provided in the confirmation email.

About the author

Balázs Sztari is the head of Testing and Quality Control department at CG Electric Systems Hungary (formerly Ganz).

He joined the company in 1999 after he graduated as electrical engineer in Budapest. Beside of factory acceptance tests, his team performs commissioning, diagnostics and R&D tests on power transformers and rotating machines.

He is currently a member of Cigre A2.53 working group.

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