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Transformer life management library

Transformer life management library

01 October 2016

Because engineers build libraries of information that could be useful to them in the future, Megger has introduced a series of Transformer Life Management (TLM) bulletins.

They can help you in the building, maintenance and organisation of a library. This comprehensive series of Transformer Life Management (TLM) bulletins broadly cover the fundamentals of managing the life of a transformer. The bulletins span topics from moisture in transformers to each of the many electrical tests available to assess the condition of a transformer or instrument transformer. Moisture in transformers, for example, is a huge subject so there is value in overview summary publications that introduce the topic. If you collect all publications you can find on a topic, the TLM bulletins would be suitable to place at the front of each collection to introduce and frame that subject.

Megger TLM bulletins include recent and significant developments in the electrical test domain, ensuring you have the latest information on topics such as:
• Dynamic winding resistance (the variations of and differences in dynamic measurements)
• Individual temperature correction (ITC)
• Dielectric frequency response (DFR) for transformers and bushings
• How to increase the efficiency of testing through test lead management solutions like “One-time Connection” and a true transformer test van
• Demagnetizing procedures – different approaches


Accessing Transformer Life Management (TLM) Bulletins
In appreciation for your support through the years and because a more informed individual is our best customer, Megger invites you to download a newly featured TLM bulletin each month at no charge to you – every month you will receive an alert as soon as the latest bulletin becomes available. 

Click here to learn more and start building the potential of your library today.

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