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Minimising water in a transformer’s insulation system is important as excess water can increase the risk of dielectric failure and can also speed up the ageing of the cellulose based paper insulation.Read more about How much water is there in my transformer?
Natalia studied chemistry at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid followed by an MBA at the EOI business school in Spain. After 11 years holding different positions at Nynas, she has stepped in as Technical Manager for the Electrical Industry based in Nynäshamn. With a lot going on, there’s a lot on her mind.Read more about The brains of Nynas: Natalia Martinez
As Senior Technical Coordinator at Technical Development and Market Support, Bruce Pahlavanpour, could very well be called a doctor for transformers. The 66-year-old chemist, who started at Nynas in 2002, believes that transformers are like humans. Find out what is on Bruce's mind.Read more about The brains of Nynas: Bruce Pahlavanpour
What makes an oil suitable for use in ultra-high voltage electrical equipment? Having the superior properties associated with the Super Grade is essential. Jayme Nunes explains why.Read more about Extreme tension demands superior oil
Did you know there is a diagnostic technique like your medical check-up that is applied to electrical transformers and that can prevent thermal and electrical failures? This technique is known as DGA or Dissolved Gas Analysis.Read more about A Medical Check-up that can save your Transformer Life