With our 240 specialist experts and the experience that comes from more than 50 years working with customers and partners, we are pleased to be able to pass on our knowledge and skills in a new range of training courses. Subjects include Power transformers - Rotating machines – Lighting technology - Electrical influence - Corrosion protection - Explosive atmosphere (ATEX) - Automation/Process Control – Combustion - Water chemistry - Welding technology - Non-destructive testing – Root cause analysis - Materials technology – Vibration – Monitoring – Performance - Industrial cyber security - Energy efficiency - Project management. Get your copy of our training catalogue with calendar.
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Technical Seminar : Recent developments in oil analysis and condition monitoring of power transformers
Discover the best available techniques to keep your power transformers in good shape
You observe gassing in your insulating oil, but you're not sure whether it's stray gassing or a problem with your transformer? You're looking for new and better ways to identify insulation paper degradation? You want to know which option is best to maximize the reliability of your diagnostics: oil analyses or electrical measurements? You will find the answers to these and many other questions during Laborelec’s two-day technical seminar ‘Recent developments in oil analysis and condition monitoring of power transformers’.
In collaboration with:
CC Jensen, Morgan Schaffer, Shell, Vaisala, Camlin Power, Ergon, CG Power Systems
Goal of the training course
Get the essential knowledge and competences in order to work in ATEX areas.
for all persons doing interventions on ATEX equipments, under supervision of someone of level 2,or for exploitation and for all persons directly responsible for workers in ATEX zones (ex. Chief technical maintenance) staff and asset managers responsible for transformers.
Foreseen ATEX training sessions
- ATEX Level 2 French May 23th – 26th 2016
- ATEX Level 2 Language TBD October 24th – 27th 2016
- ATEX Level 1 Dutch May 31th 2016
- ATEX Level 1 Dutch October 18th 2016
- ATEX Level 1 French June 01st 2016
- ATEX Level 1 French October 19th 2016
We may also organize a session for your company on your own site with your own specific demands regarding ATEX needs. This is valuable for your company if you have more than 6 persons attending the training. For this specific request please contact us.
More info on the ATEX Training