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20/11/2020 11:15

Welcome to our virtual booth at GCC Power 2020 E-conference

We would like you to join us in our virtual booth where some of the world's leading experts on transformer oil will share valuable insights. The dates are November 25-26 and the venue is GCC Power 2020 E-conference.

Thanks to modern technology we can share knowledge at the push of a button. So why not take the opportunity to join us and learn from some of the world's leading experts on transformer oil.

The topics we’ll be covering include

  • Ultra-low viscosity bio-degradable transformer oil
  • International Standard IEC 60296 was revised in 2020. What are the changes and what do they mean?
  • Challenges and opportunities when selecting transformer oils.
  • What happens to the oil in an ageing transformer?
  • What do the results in your oil analysis reports really mean?

Please check out the event here: http://gccpower2020.com

Don’t forget to register – We look to forward to e-seeing you there.

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