High voltage is our specialty. HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH is a global leader in high voltage test systems and measurement equipment with an export share of about 90 percent. At our factory in Dresden, Germany, we develop and manufacture systems and equipment for testing devices used to transfer electrical energy, such as transformers, cables, and switchgears. We also furnish research and educational institutions with our systems and equipment.
Our customers benefit in several ways from HIGHVOLT’s diversity of products and our long-standing experience in engineering. For one, we offer the right technology for every testing situation, including different types of AC test systems, DC test systems, impulse voltage test systems, impulse current test systems, and the associated measurement equipment. For another, we provide our customers with everything from one source, even including solutions for outfitting an entire test bay.
As your one-stop resource for every task, we will find the best solution for you and keep your interests as our chief concern. For example, an older system doesn’t always need to be replaced right away. With the HIGHVOLT upgrade you can install a new, more powerful control in one of your older systems. After this “overhaul”, your system will be operating like new, without needing to invest in new, more expensive high voltage components.
Experience, creativity, and time are needed to find customer specific solutions. For this reason we believe that qualified customer service and consulting services are equally important. If requested, we will provide our customers with consulting on planning their high voltage test systems and walk them through the steps of erecting and commissioning the systems.
Good networking is how we stay on the cutting edge of the market and track down the current needs on it. And it allows us to react quickly and flexibly to changes in the market. We foster our contacts to institutions of higher learning and are active members on a variety of boards, such as the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).