Testing at KEMA Laboratories Prague, Czech Republic
From August 23 to 27, 2019, transformer manufactured by the Uralelectrotyazhmash plant equipped with Izolyator high-voltage bushings was tested at the KEMA Laboratories Prague in the Czech Republic.
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A 40 MVA transformer, equipped with 126 kV / 800 A bushings with internal RIP insulation, was tested for resistance to short-circuit. These unique tests can only be carried out in a few laboratories around the world.
The Izolyator plant was represented by Vladimir Ustinov, Deputy Quality Director, and Maxim Zagrebin, Head of OEM Sales.
Participants of test of Uralelectrotyazhmash transformer with Izolyator high-voltage bushings at KEMA Laboratories Prague in the Czech Republic, L-R: Vladimir Ustinov, head of the UETM section Nikolay Zhuzhgov, head of KEMA Laboratories Prague Martin Vanis, Maxim Zagrebin, Lead Technical Specialist of Department of Electrical Engineering Oil Transformers Ivan Shcherbakov, three employees of KEMA Laboratories Prague and UETM Assembly shop employee Andrey Melentyev
DNV GL — KEMA Laboratories issued a Confirmation about the realised tests were carried out at KEMA Laboratories Prague.