GIS Testing

GIS Testing
GIS Testing
GIS Testing GIS stands for Gas Insulated Switchgear. GIS testing is a test conducted to evaluate the circuit's proper functionality and assess various electrical specifications of a machine.  Why is GIS testing done? If a new system is installed, as a part of voltage testing When a machine is repaired after any incident For monitoring the systems  When any defect is discovered in the machines To regulate and maintain the condition of the systems What
power transformers
Test of Power Transformers
High Voltage Power Transformer Testing HV / EHV TRANSFORMERS On-site Diagnostic Testing of HV / EHV class of Transformers: Our experience spans across power transformers of all voltage class upto 1200 kV and rating upto 500 MVA. Voltage Ratio and Vector group confirmation test, Frequency Response Analysis (FRA), No-load excitation current measurement Capacitance and dissipation factor measurement of the inner insulation Capacitance and dissipation factor measurement of high-voltage bushings Impedance measurements (short-circuit impedance, zero sequence