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Mar 29, 2022
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This White Paper is a must-read for you.  Dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is the only way to detect a range of internal faults in transformers. 

Online monitoring has been available since the late 1990s and there are now various online gas monitors on the market each with their own technical specification, making it challenging for transformer owners to compare and evaluate the different options.  To make the field even more complicated for utilities, laboratory DGA plays a role too. 

There are various factors to consider when examining a monitor’s technical specifications and evaluating its performance, especially against laboratory DGA results.  Deepen your knowledge about DGA uncertainties by reading the white paper/viewing the webinar where our Senior Industry Expert explains the most essential facts and details you should know.

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