This two day course covers theoretical solutions for the analysis and management of transformer insulating oils
Who should attend?
Maintenance technicians and engineers
Operating personnel who have the delegated authority to return transformers to service
Personnel who are involved in condition monitoring and maintenance managers
Post matriculation technical electrical qualifications or an understanding of the operation and construction of a transformer
An operational knowledge of MS Excel (the interpretation of oil results involves calculations performed in MS Excel)
Each delegate must bring their own laptop with MS Excel installed
Course outline and expected outcomes
Overview – Day One
Researching various oil types
Transformer condition monitoring
Gas in oil interpretation
Breakdown of oil molecules
Calculations and ratios
Overview - Day 2
Moisture management and removal
Life extension of the transformer
Degree of polymerisation
Two days: 8:00 – 17:00
Breaks for tea and lunch
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Accredited training is an outcomes-based learning programme aligned to the NQF registered unit standards and qualifications and approved by the relevant SETA or QCTO.
NQF registered unit standards are in place to ensure that learning and assessments result in nationally recognised credits, and ultimately can result in the achievement of a formal qualification.
Pragma is an Accredited Training Service Provider through the merSETA and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO). It is also the first training organisation in South Africa to be accredited by the QCTO as a Skills Development Partner (SDP) for the Maintenance Planner Qualification. Our training materials are endorsed through SAAMA and learners can earn CPD points.
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