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EHV Circuit Breaker - Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance bACK

Learning Outcomes

  • Capability to plan and undertake EHV Circuit Breaker installation.
  • Ability to undertake pre-commissioning test and commissioning.
  • Understanding and application of code of practices, standards and design specifications.
  • Capability to plan and manage effective operation and maintenance of EHV Circuit Breaker with required safety.
  • Ability to undertake trouble shooting for resolving O&M issues.

Note: TPSDI reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training at any time

TPSDI Shahad

  • To be announced

TPSDI Trombay

  • To be announced

TPSDI Jojobera

  • To be announced

TPSDI Mundra

  • To be announced

TPSDI Maithon

  • To be announced

  • Personnel from Power Utilities, Power Generation, transmission companies & industries and Consultants responsible for engineering, commissioning, operation and Maintenance of substations
  • Role of Circuit Breaker, Construction features and Interrupting principles.
  • Circuit Breaker specifications, selection & application
  • Breaker Components: Interrupter, operating Mechanisms
  • SF6 gas properties, SF6 gas filling & handling
  • Inspection and Factory Acceptance Test.
  • Transport, Storage, Installation, Testing and Commissioning
  • Condition Monitoring, Operation, Maintenance and Pole replacement.
  • Troubleshooting - Control wiring and operating mechanism.
  • Safety practices while working on circuit breakers.
  • Discussion on Case studies.
24 hours spread over 3 days