Martec is exhibiting at the African Utility Week Conference and exhibition in Cape Town from the 14 – 16 May.
We will showcase an impressive collection of new innovative monitoring technologies. This includes a display of the condition of an actual electrical asset operating in real-time using our online monitoring technology. Furthermore, international and local experts are available to discuss your overriding and most pressing needs when it comes to keeping your network, plant or factory running without interruptions.
SDT Ultrasound, provide the world’s leading reliability enhancement tools. Their latest product in the range is the SDT340 coupled with Ultranalysis UAS4.0 for a cloud-connected condition monitoring solution that combines the power of ultrasound, vibration, temperature, and RPM in one ultra-fast ultra-sensitive diagnostic package.Allan Reinstra from SDT Ultrasound North America will be on the stand after speaking at the South Africa Asset Management Conference (SAAMA) to be held in the same week.
MTE Meter Test Equipment will have a range of DGA (Dissolved Gas Analysers) monitors and Stève Belin from Switzerland will be available Stève will have the very latest in the range of online DGA monitors included in the Hydrocal GenX range. On the display will be the Hydrocal 1004 and 1006 GenX, online DGA monitors with a touch screen colour display. These units are virtually maintenance free as they do not need calibration or carrier gas, which provides a hassle-free operation for at least 12 years.
MTE also will provide a sneak peek of the Hydrocal 1011 GenX, the first generation, portable gas analyser. South Africa will be one of the first countries to view this technology and hear how it can assist asset owners at utilities.
Dynamic Ratings will also be joining us from New Zealand. Mark Lomax will be on hand to answer any questions regarding the range of Dynamic Ratings products such as the E-Series, C50 series and the popular Coupling Capacitor Sensors for the detection of PD. Mark will also showcase the transformer monitoring product, the B100 electronic temperature monitor (ETM). A single digital temperature monitor replaces several analogue systems. Crystal clear displays and robust housings make this a smart choice for manufacturers and utilities to specify as part of new build transformer projects and installations. Alternately retrofit options on older fleets of transformers for which temperature monitoring is necessary.
Our sister company Greenergi will have an example of their CRT technology on the stand Mervyn Low of Greenergi will be available to offer assistance and advice on installations for a greener solution when it comes to transformer installations. The Cast Resin Transformers are the smart choice for people filled environments or sensitive ecological environments. Mervyn can share information on several examples of such installations and will be happy to share and discuss these with you to find a solution for your particular commercial project.