Following the success of its 2013 event, OMICRON is set to host a second DMPT from May 12 to 14, centred on enhancing transformer reliability.
The event will be held at Crewe Hall, Cheshire, UK, which combines a historic setting with state-of-the-art conference facilities, all within easy reach of Manchester International Airport.
It will start with a relaxed drinks reception and dinner to welcome guests and allow for an informal exchange of ideas.
Guiding participants through the story of diagnostic measurement, the conference day will begin with power station strategy and testing and lead on to specific applications.
Papers will be presented by OMICRON specialists, which include Dr Michael Kruger, and also speakers from leading companies such as ABB, Siemens, E.ON, Seabank Power Limited and ESB International.
On the second day, delegates can choose from four practical workshops: transformer diagnostics testing, partial discharge testing, on-site non-intrusive circuit breaker testing and instrument transformer testing.
Each demonstration station will be manned by OMICRON academy trainers, enabling participants to explore theory, tips and tricks, and get valuable hands-on experience.
The registration fee of £520 per person includes full catering, an evening programme and two nights luxury accommodation at Crewe Hall.
Please register by the 8th April to guarantee a place. For a detailed programme and information on how to register, visit OMICRON’s website or contact Julia Kabus on firstname.lastname@example.org or +43 59495 2198.