What can Transport X2 do for you?
Perfect to respond to Transformer alarms and trip events, can be used to drive urgent decisions in the field
Built in Oil Diagnostic visualisations
Robust and compact, weighing less than 9kg and IP67 rated when the case is closed
Completely redesigned colour HMI with touch screen and step by step instructions
Inbuilt storage for up to 20,000 measurement results
A newly designed oil injection port makes the process almost fool proof
4th generation PAS technology and alignment with DGA 900 traceability.
Accurate and repeatable processes for multiple oil types, Mineral and Synthetic oils as well as Natural Esther fluids.
Individual alarm limit setups
Buchholz Gas Samples
Flammability in Air Calculation
Self check diagnostic capabilities
A 5 Year worldwide GE factory warranty.
White Paper explaining why better categorisation of faults is possible with PSA technology here:
Online dissolved gas analysers
When it comes to getting the best out of transformers and ensuring that you do not incur costly outages, it is imperative to consider monitoring systems that offer remote capabilities. Dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is the process by which oil samples are taken from a transformer, studied in a lab in order to determine from the gas levels present which potential faults might be present in the device. It is particularly useful where preventative measures are concerned, more often than not enabling a company to take steps to ensure that their systems are in peak operating condition and, of course, safe for use.
Here at CSE Uniserve, we supply online DGA solutions to Australia from GE. Our units attach to the oil filled transformer and analyse the dissolved gasses without having to take samples, risk contamination or wait weeks for results to be posted. Online DGA also gives users the opportunity to constantly monitor the device, not just take samples every 12 months.
We are specialists when it comes to providing high-end solutions to electrical utilities, industry and mining, oil and gas and manufacturing industries. With a track record that speaks to our ability to solve problems and a team of engineers with over 35 years experience and a level of knowledge and expertise that is world-class, you can feel confident that a decision to partner up with us is one that will stand your company in good stead for many years to come.
GE dissolved gas analysers – why do you need them?
Dissolved Gas Analysis is a highly effective and useful tool used to detect faults in power transformers. At CSE Uniserve, we have a range of dissolved gas analyser models, among them the GE Kelman MINITRANS – Multi Gas DGA Transformer Monitoring Unit, which is based on the highly successful and popular TRANSFIX and uses the same core technology but at a lower price.
The MINITRANS monitors three key gases, carbon monoxide, hydrogen and acetylene, which empowers the user to pinpoint and detect a comprehensive range of developing faults, among them arcing. It comes with extensive communications and configurable alarms, load sensors, outputs.
The gas analyser gives highly useful insights into the transformer condition by classifying fault types and transformer ageing can be calculated in order to avoid expensive failures. Of course, the key benefit of this model is that faults in the transformer are detected early on, in their infancy, which empowers users to act fast and take the necessary steps to rectify them before they escalate.
With CSE Uniserve, you will get our world-beating customer support and the expertise of our technicians and engineers who have over 35 years industry experience to ensure that you receive best practice solutions and service at all times.
Here at CSE Uniserve, we are fully committed to ensuring that we offer a range of the best products in the market as well as giving our customers the chance to access alternative technologies that may not always be within reach. As such, we regularly deploy our extensive engineering design and manufacture capabilities in order to find the best path forward for our customers and ensure that their expectations of us, and the results achieved by their company are exceeded.
So, whether you wish to explore options in terms of sourcing new dissolved gas analysers or to discuss the current limitations of your business and where you would like it to get to, then get in touch with us at CSE Uniserve and we guarantee that we will endeavour to find best practice solutions that we hope will be the foundations of a long-lasting working partnership.