Webinar: Moisture in Transformer Oil Behavior

Sponsored by: Vaisala

Focused on:

  • Moisture
  • Oil
  • Behavior

Date: 18 February

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Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

A Deeper Look into a Complex Phenomenon

As our understanding of how moisture movement in transformers improves, so does the evolution of how we measure it and what it means to life of the asset. In this presentation we will review some of the fundamentals of Moisture Dynamics in Power Transformers but also discuss new topics and share new data and insights gained from recent field test results.

In this webinar you will learn about:
- Moisture in Transformers background – where does it come from and what effect does it have?
- New Data on the Moisture Exchange between Cellulose and Oil
- Moisture Hysteresis and the Moisture “Cloud”
- Correlating Online Moisture in Oil Measurement to Cellulose Moisture
- Benefits of Online Drying of Transformers
- Best Practices for Moisture and Hydrogen Monitoring

To obtain a further insight into Moisture dynamics register for this webinar.

Presented by

Steven Jiroutek,

Business Development Manager

Steven Jiroutek is the Business Development Manager for Industrial Applications at Vaisala, Americas. With over 12 years of experience at Vaisala, he oversees the business and strategy development for targeted industrial applications with specific focus on condition based monitoring of high voltage assets. He is responsible for identifying strategic partnerships and defining the measurement, technology and product needs of the markets. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Moisture in Transformers background - where does it come from and what effect does it have?
  • New Data on the Moisture Exchange between Cellulose and Oil
  • Moisture Hysteresis and the Moisture “Cloud”
  • Benefits of Online Drying of Transformers

Audience

  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Service Engineers
  • Operations Engineers
  • Managers of Utilities
  • R&D Managers
  • Engineers of utilities
  • Transformer Manufacturers
  • Sourcing Managers