Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The Theory and Effects of Partial Discharge 2019

Partial discharge is an electrical discharge that does not completely bridge the space between two conducting electrodes.  Partial discharge can be the first observable indication of problem at a junction and if not corrected, will continue to worsen and potentially cause a catastrophic failure of equipment.  This webinar explains what partial discharge is, where partial discharge may occur and how to use infrared, ultrasound for visual inspections to find evidence that partial discharge is occurring.

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