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tradeshows

Join us in – person for these tradeshows:

PowerGen International Presentation (May 23rd at 11 am) in Dallas: A Case Study on EMI Monitoring 

  • Steve Furedy will present A Case Study in which EMI Monitoring and the associated signature assessment identified anomalies in a Transformer and Isophase Bus. This led to the replacement of a number of cracked insulators during a planned outage. During the presentation, he will describe the conditions that led to the discovery, the type of signals related to the failure mode, and the importance of comparative data when diagnosing a transient event, and key conclusions.

7F Power Users Group (May 23 – 27): Dallas, TX

  • Join Chris and Jay at Booth 44 to learn more about what we have to offer. They have some exciting new solutions to share with everyone.
  • Listen in to their presentation: A Case Study on Shaft Ground Monitoring and EMI Monitoring. Discover how multiple monitoring systems can collaborate to detect failures early.

EPRI Fleetwide (July 11 – 14): Atlanta, GA

Enerum (Aug 1 – 3): Columbus, OH

EPRI TGUG (Aug 15 – 19): Kansas City, MO

Southern Company Technical Conference (Aug 23 – 24): Birmingham, AL

  • Mike is ready to welcome you back to this conference at booth 501

Power Users and Legacy Turbine Users Conference (Aug 29 – Sept 1): San Antonio, TX

NAES Plant Managers Conference (Sept 12 – 13): Bellevue, WA

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