2018 - PI World - San Francisco - Transmission & Distribution
Deep dive into Transformer Monitoring with PI
Just like you and I go for a checkup at the doctors office, station transformers have similar requirements. Although they can't be easily moved we have to treat them as a home visit doctor would treat a home bound patient. With the use of sensor technology, data archiving, diagnostic and analysis systems and face to face interaction a proper physical, external and internal assessment can be performed relatively seamlessly. PI System plays a key component to providing the doctors bag of diagnostic, analysis and reporting tools used to turn data into meaningful information. And give the transformer a clean bill of health.
Manager of Station Sustainment Department at Alectra Inc.
Certified Electrical Engineering Technologist
Certified Aladon RCM3 and RCM2 Trained Facilitator
Over 30 years of experience in the Electrical Utility Industry in Asset Management, Substation Design, Station and Distribution System Maintenance
Focus on Maintenance Optimization by transitioning from Time Based Maintenance to Risk Based Condition Based Maintenance
Improving Station Safety and Reliability by leveraging technology, automation and process improvement
Experience in implementation of Asset Management, Work Management, Maintenance Management Systems and Reliability Centered Maintenance
Successfully implemented the PI System and a company Computerized Maintenance Management System at Alectra