The new HIGHVOLT WV 18-18/1.4 test system allows operators to test wind turbine transformers right in the nacelle. That saves time and avoids unnecessary downtime.
At the IEEE PES Conference and Trade Fair from April 17 to 19 in Denver (USA), HIGHVOLT will showcase the new WV 18-18/1.4 test system. It was designed specifically to assess the condition of transformers right in the wind turbine nacelles. If the system detects imminent damage, countermeasures can be taken immediately. This saves wind farm operators a lot of time and enables them to avoid unnecessary downtime.
At IEEE PES, prospective buyers will be able to experience how quick and easy the system is to set up, and watch realistic measurements on a reference transformer. Dr. Uwe Kaltenborn, Director of Business Development at HIGHVOLT, will also explain the specific properties of the new test system and the advantages of on-site testing for critical equipment in a presentation.
Do you want more information about HIGHVOLT’s new mobile test system WV 18-18/1.4? Visit the joint booth of Reinhausen Manufacturing and HIGHVOLT, booth number 2557.
Want to attend Dr. Uwe Kaltenborn’s presentation? Come to Room 704 on April 19 from 11 am - 12 noon.