The initial design of an electrical installation from the local transformer to the user facility is usually done with care and attention to the planned energy usage of the facility. However, with time, the system deteriorates and the electrical activities and energy usage may change radically or may, in fact, become unstable and dangerous, especially if a fault condition occurred.

This one day technical seminar will review the technology implemented by the various tests that need to be done during the design, installation and commissioning phases of a new electrical system.
The second session will look at what is required to maintain a live system to ensure that it operates efficiently and most importantly that should a serious fault occur, that the system will absorb the fault energy and keep the system safe.

Tests will be demonstrated on a live installation where possible or alternatively on a simulated system.

Date:   Thursday, 1 February 2018

Time:   08h30 to 16h00

Venue: Comtest House, 10 Enterprise Close, Linbro Park

Cost:    Free of charge

Presenter:       John Wilson

Upon attendance of this seminar, you will receive 1 CPD credit under validation number SAIEE-2080-V

To reserve your seat, email:

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