We appreciate that many of you will be working remotely right now – some of you may even be self-isolating at your place of work! That is why we are hosting a number of short webinars aimed at power network reliability.
Our first session, “Overvoltage Protection: Keeping the Lights on”, will take place on Tuesday 26th May at 4pm BST and Thursday 28th May at 8am BST.
Who Should Attend?
This is a technical webinar aimed at Protection Engineers, Plant Engineers, Substation Engineers, Excitation Control Engineers, Generator Specialists, Electronics Designers and Protection Design Engineers – including Plant Operators, DNOs and OEMs.
Right now our reliance on power networks is stronger than ever. Overvoltage protection is essential in keeping the lights on and keeping the power flowing to critical industries. During the webinars we will explain the major differences between varistors and other voltage limiting devices, particularly linear resistors, when it comes to providing overvoltage protection. We will also discuss the benefits of silicon carbide and the difference manufacturing can make when it comes to power network reliability.
Hosted by our team of silicon carbide experts, each session will also feature case studies, concluding with a live Q&A.
During both webinars we will discuss why Metrosil silicon carbide varistors are superior in providing overvoltage protection and peace of mind to Protection Engineers worldwide. We will also outline our manufacturing process, which involves testing capabilities that are unique to us and key in assuring reliability. You will also be introduced to some case studies that include recent, major infrastructural projects.
Both sessions will conclude with a Q&A session.
If you are responsible for designing, specifying or maintaining a power network, and would like to maximise safety and reliability, this webinar could change the way you look at overvoltage protection. If you are an OEM, you may discover ways of differentiating your product offering in the future.
To register your place, please click on the relevant session below.
Please click here to register your place! (Tuesday 26th May: 4pm BST)
Please click here to register your place! (Thursday 28th May: 8am BST)