Motwane Launches Transformer Oil Testing Lab

Motwane with its 60-year experience in electrical testing has launched Oil Testing Services. With this launch, Motwane has been able to expand its Test & Measurement Solutions in order to better serve its customers and clientele.

 

For Motwane, it is an exciting step into a more diversified future, and therefore a perfect strategic fit that will enhance the company’s product range and spur growth.

Motwane complies with the following global standards and certifications

ISO 9001 (2015) QMS (Quality Management System)

ISO 9001:2015 is internationally recognized as the world’s leading quality management standard, ensuring a framework for continuous improvement in the quality within an organisation.

Available Tests

  • Dissolved Gas Analysis as Per IS: 10593
  • Dielectric Dissipation Factor as Per IS 6262
  • Specific Resistance as Per IS6103
  • Water Content as per IS:13567
  • BDV as Per IS 6792
  • Sediment and Sludge Content as Per IS:1866
  • Flash Point as Per IS:1448
  • Inter Facial Tension as Per IS:6104
  • Appearance as Per IS:1448
  • Density as Per IS:1448
  • Acidity as per IS : 1448(Part 2):2007, RA

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    Dissolved Gas Analysis as Per IS: 10593Dielectric Dissipation Factor IS 6262Specific Resistance IS6103Water Content as per IS:13567BDV IS 6792Sediment and Sludge Content as Per IS:1866Flash Point as Per IS:1448Inter Facial Tension IS:6104Appearance as Per IS:1448Density as Per IS:1448Acidity as per IS : 1448(Part 2):2007, RA

    Why choose Motwane Oil Testing Service

    Large Range of Tests

    Quick and Easy Sample Pick up

    Advanced Oil Testing Equipment

    Compliance with the Latest Standards

    Digital/ Online Test Reports

    Condition Monitoring and Trend Analysis

    Our Clients

    Motwane successfully engages with clients from all over the world, such as:

    Why testing Transformer Oil is Important?

    The transformer oil is subjected to electrical, thermal, and mechanical stresses when the transformer is in operation. Additionally, contamination is triggered by chemical interactions with windings and other solid insulation, which is catalyzed by high working temperature. As a result, the original chemical properties of transformer oil gradually deteriorate over time, making it ineffective for its intended purpose. Therefore, this
    such oil must be tested on a regular basis to determine its basic electrical properties and ensure that it is fit for prolonged use, otherwise appropriate steps such as filtering or regeneration must be implemented.

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