GE Kelman MULTITRANS – Multi Tank Gas Analyser

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The MULTITRANS is an 9-gas on-line transformer DGA monitoring unit designed to monitor a bank of three single-phase transformers in close proximity. Based on the same core technology as the highly successful TRANSFIX the MULTITRANS measures all significant fault gases (in ppm) as outlined by international standards as well as moisture in oil (%RH & ppm).  The measurement of these gases allows the user to detect and diagnose a complete range of transformer faults.

Also available as a DUALTRANS (2 tank analyzer) for monitoring 2 transformers in close proximity.

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Australia’s Multi Gas Analyser Specialists

CSE Uniserve offers a range of multi gas analyser options, and our team of experts can help create and install a custom system for your specific needs.

Since 1978, we’ve been providing companies across Australia with bespoke electrical solutions, meeting the demands of some of the biggest companies in the country and delivering on many and varied electrical requirements. Our electrical engineers have experience creating unique systems for Utility, engineering and industrial operations, providing only the highest quality equipment and helping improve efficiency and safety as well.

What Is A Multi Tank Gas Analyser? 

A multi tank gas analyser is a system that is designed to take measurements of various dissolved gasses and moisture levels as they occur in Oil Filled Transformers and provide information about whether those levels are safe. Used extensively around the world by Utilities and large industrial sites for predictive or condition based maintenance as well as preventing catastrophic failures, you can choose the parameters at which the system will alert you to the presence of gasses. 

Our GE Kelman MULTITRANS gas analyser is a 9-gas-on-line transformer DGA monitoring unit that can monitor a series of single-phase transformers from one controller.  All fault gases are measured in ppm. It can also measure moisture levels in the oil.  The unit can be installed to a variety of pieces of equipment, and our team of qualified electrical engineers will help you create a unique system designed just for you.

With the option to also use a very sophisticated but affordable software program to record, help analyse and display results, a system such as this should appeal to sites with multiple transformers, companies with transformer assets across very large or multiple sites and those looking to save on maintenance through serious Condition Based monitoring routines. 

If you need advice about how the range of GE single or multiple gas analysers work and how they can benefit your company, our team of engineers are always at hand to help you.

Contact the Experts Today!

Looking to find out more about our gas analysing equipment? Got questions about the GE Kelman MULTITRANS unit? The team at CSE Uniserve is here to help! 

You can immediately reach us over the phone by pressing the red phone button on our website. Alternatively, you can fill in the contact form right here on our site and we’ll get right back in touch. Simply tell us your name, the nature of your business, your contact details and location and what information you’re looking for. We’ll be back in touch to answer your questions or to discuss the design of a bespoke setup for your company.

Get in touch today and a member of our team will be happy to help!

CSE Uniserve is Australia’s leading supplier of electrical equipment & engineering services. We design our technology to assist industries in delivering successful project outcomes, such as our slip energy recovery system & variable speed drives. Visit our website or contact us for more information.

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    • On-line DGA monitoring device for 2 or 3 nearby individual transformer tanks. Discrete measurement of 9 gases plus moisture with load sensor, inputs, outputs, alarms and extensive communication options.

 

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