dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

Short Description:-dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

The Touch Screen GC System Model Dhruva  S2TS (NTPC & ERDA Approved) is configured for Dissolved Gas Analysis of transformer oil. It can be built to  meet the specification / Standards as per ASTM D 3612  Section A or C or IEC 60567, 2005 Section 7.3 or 7.5 as required by the user.

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Description of dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania

Faced with increasing pressure to continuously improve network availability and reliability, asset owners are now often looking for increased coverage on their important transformers. Continuously monitoring the transformer’s main components (active part, bushings, tap changer, cooling system) is key to maximizing transformer availability, reliability and performance while reducing the life-cycle cost. Asset owners are therefore expanding beyond Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) and connecting to or adding more sensors to extend their online monitoring reach.

GE’s MS 3000 holistic and modular transformer monitoring system enables essential to comprehensive coverage of the most common causes of failure. It lets you combine the outputs of available sensors to form a homogeneous data flow coming from a single source. It uses analysis and sophisticated models to prevent data overload and deliver an aggregate view of the health of the transformer’s main components, providing intelligent alarms, diagnostics and suggested operational next steps. The MS 3000 is an “Expert System” which helps you confidently assess a transformer’s condition and optimize its operation and maintenance.


Key Benefits

  • Continuous supervision of the whole transformer, integrating data from available sensors.
  • Modular: essential through to comprehensive coverage of transformer failure modes.
  • All information available at a glance, even across several substation transformers. 
  • An “Expert System” to help you assess and manage your costly assets.
  • Optimum operation efficiency with reduced life-cycle cost.
  • Web server HMI, no need for software to access the data analysis
  • Integration with GE’s Perception software for centralised information and leveraging of fleet data** .
  • Easy inter-operability of the transformer with the Smart Grid / Digital Substation.


While more specifically aimed at transformer assets where the loss of availability has severe consequences for the network, the MS 3000 benefits from a highly flexible and modular design enabling it to adapt to a wide range of customer demands and types of applications:

• Suitable for most transformer types and ratings, independent of manufacturer
• Applicable to new and existing transformers
• Used in power generation, transmission and distribution
• Special solutions for HVDC applications
• Ideal for industries with process interruption risks

Expert System

Algorithms for analyzing the data acquired online are implemented in the software and reflect GE’s extensive experience with transformers.The expert system highlights issues through configurable alarms and provides clear correlated information as well as recommendations concerning the transformer continued operation, the suggested “next steps” and the need for services and maintenance.


• Load currents (A)
• Over-currents (A)
• Total number of over-currents (A)
• Load factor (A)
• Overload capacity (A)
• Emergency overloading time (A)
• Apparent power (A)
• Active power
• Reactive power
• Transformer power factor (cos φ)
• Transformer losses


• Top oil temperature (A)
• Bottom oil temperature
• Calculated hot spot temperature (A)
• Winding temperature
• Moisture in insulation paper (A)
• Bubbling temperature (A)
• Bubbling safety margin (A)
• Breakdown voltage (A)
• Lifetime consumption (A)
• Ageing rate (A)

Oil Analysis

Both off-line and online data can be analysed.DGA using the most common diagnostic tools: Duval’s triangle, Rogers and Doernenburg ratios, Key Gas methods, etc… as per IEEE C57.104 and IEC 60599. Users can select the method most appropriate to their situation. They can also perform Furfural determination and oil condition evaluation according to IEC 60422:

Dissolved Gas Analysis

• Gas in oil content (1 to 9 gases) (A)
• Gas in oil rate of change (A)
• Moisture in oil content (A)


• Operating voltages (C).
• Transient lightening over-voltages (C).
• Total number of over-voltages (C).
• Change of C1 capacitance (C).
• Power factor (tan δ).
• Oil/SF6 pressure/density.

Transient Over-Voltage

  • Detection of fast transient over- voltages (up to 5 MHz) caused by network switching.
  • Capture of full waveform.

On Load Tap Changer

• OLTC position (A)
• Number of switching operations (A)
• Number of operations until service (A)
• Cum. switched load current (A)
• Cum. current until service (A)
• Power consumption of motor drive (B)
• Motor drive current
• Operation timing (B)
• Assessed mechanical condition (B)
• Energy index (B)
• Contact erosion
• Gas in oil content
• Moisture in oil content
• Oil temperature
• Oil temperature differences
• Oil level in OLTC


• Ambient temperature. (A)
• Ambient humidity.
• Cabinet temperature.

Other measures

• Oil level in main tank.
• Oil pressure.
• Humidity of air inside conservator.
• Gas quantity/gradient in Buchholz relay.
• Other digital and analogue inputs.
• Other parameters on request.

Oil Analysis

Both off-line and online data can be analysed.DGA using the most common diagnostic tools: Duval’s triangle, Rogers and Doernenburg ratios, Key Gas methods, etc… as per IEEE C57.104 and IEC 60599. Users can select the method most appropriate to their situation. They can also perform Furfural determination and oil condition evaluation according to IEC 60422:

Partial Discharge

• Electrical PD.


The built-in simulator module allows the user to simulate external events or internal transformer events and to study the corresponding effect on the transformer’s behavior. It can be invaluable for weighing up options when faced with a difficult decision but can also be used for training of personnel.

Report Generator

The configurable report generator quickly and easily creates a user-friendly report onthe status of the transformer and of its main components. The report can be created on demand for selected monitored functions over a specified time frame.

RModular monitoring solution for power transformers

The MS 3000 is a globally recognized online monitoring solution with well over 1,000 installations worldwide which benefits from extensive transformer manufacturing DNA. It is a powerful tool that concentrates most of the transformer data available and combines it with sophisticated models, diagnostic algorithms and practical experience to help the user evaluate the health of the transformer, monitor its current performance and optimize its operational efficiency. The MS 3000 is modular and highly configurable so that it can accommodate a wide range of specifications or customer requirements surrounding monitoring of the 6 main areas responsible for the failure of power transformers. Standard configurations are also available to cover typical requirements. Its wide range of communication options facilitates connection to SCADA systems, data historians and Asset Performance Management (APM) systems. All this is provided by a single vendor with extensive transformer manufacturing and monitoring experience, which supports the customer from conception to deployment, ensures that the solution meets expectations and stands by it for the long term.



The Web server built into the MS 3000 provides web pages in several languages which can be accessed using a standard web browser. The key data overview screen will highlight any alarm and enable to drill down into more specific data. When part of a transformer fleet, integration with GE’s Perception software** enables centralized information, leveraging of fleet data and fleet health ranking.

Sophisticated Modelling

With a multitude of sensors constantly delivering refreshed online data, the MS 3000 uses sophisticated models to analyse all this data, correlate it when additional sources are available and convert the data into actionable information in order to enable the asset owner to get the most out of the transformer.



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Albania (/ælˈbeɪniə, ɔːl-/ (listen) a(w)l-BAY-nee-ə; Albanian: Shqipëri or Shqipëria),[a] officially the Republic of Albania (Albanian: Republika e Shqipërisë),[b] is a country in Southeastern Europe. It is located on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas within the Mediterranean Sea and shares land borders with Montenegro to the northwest, Kosovo to the northeast,[c] North Macedonia to the east, and Greece to the south. The country displays varied climatic, geological, hydrological, and morphological conditions, in an area of 28,748 km2 (11,100 sq mi). The landscape ranges from the snow-capped mountains in the Albanian Alps and the Korab, Skanderbeg, Pindus, and Ceraunian Mountains, to the hot and sunny coasts of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas along the Mediterranean. Tirana is its capital and largest city, followed by Durrës, Vlorë, and Shkodër.

Albania has been inhabited by different civilisations over time, such as the Illyrians, Thracians, Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, and Ottomans. The Albanians established the autonomous Principality of Arbër in the 12th century. The Kingdom of Albania and Principality of Albania formed between the 13th and 14th centuries. Prior to the Ottoman conquest of Albania in the 15th century, the Albanian resistance to Ottoman expansion into Europe led by Skanderbeg won them acclaim over most of Europe. Albania remained under Ottoman rule for nearly five centuries, during which many Albanians (known as Arnauts) attained high-ranking offices in the empire, especially in the Southern Balkans and Egypt. Between the 18th and 19th centuries, cultural developments, widely attributed to Albanians having gathered both spiritual and intellectual strength, conclusively led to the Albanian Renaissance. After the defeat of the Ottomans in the Balkan Wars, the modern nation state of Albania declared independence in 1912.[8] In the 20th century, the Kingdom of Albania was invaded by Italy, which formed Greater Albania before becoming a protectorate of Nazi Germany.[9] Enver Hoxha formed the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania after World War II, modeled under the terms of Hoxhaism. The Revolutions of 1991 concluded the fall of communism in Albania and eventually the establishment of the current Republic of Albania.

Albania is a unitary parliamentary constitutional republic. It is a developing country, ranking 67th in the Human Development Index, with an upper-middle income economy dominated by the service sector, followed by manufacturing.[10] It went through a process of transition following the end of communism in 1990, from centralised planning to a market-based economy.[11][12][13] Albania provides universal health care and free primary and secondary education to its citizens.[6] Albania is a member of the United Nations, World Bank, UNESCO, NATO, WTO, COE, OSCE, and OIC. It has been an official candidate for membership in the European Union since 2014. It is one of the founding members of the Energy Community, including the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and Union for the Mediterranean.

We provide dissolved gas analysis of transformer oil in Albania and our machines are available to all cities in Albania

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Chromatography & Instruments Company (CIC), a company of technocrats, is a family-owned business run by two scientists, Dr. M. K. Shingari and Dr. (Mrs.) Kiran Shingari. They are supported by a core team headed by their sons, Gaurav Shingari and Amar Shingari. CIC was founded in 1972 and specializes in Chromatography based analytical & process instruments. The R & D Center of CIC is a Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India recognized lab (Since 1983) and handles special applications / developmental projects.

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Stable, Sturdy & Good Quality products manufactured by us have encouraged us to venture into exports and we now have products working in the USA, Saudi Arabia, West Indies & Afghanistan. We are also into contract manufacturing and have agreements with 2 companies in India to manufacture the systems in their labels.We are open and interested in OEM manufacturing as well as appointing distributors / re-sellers within India as well as globally.

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Chromatography & Instruments Company was founded in 1972 by Dr. M. K. Shingari and Dr. (Mrs.) Kiran Shingari


We cater wide area of sectors like Steel Industry, Laboratories, Schools, Defence. Etc. And We have various machines depends upon Area


Our R&D team is fully equip with all technologies which help us to create new products every week. This can be identify as our strength.


Our Manufacturing capacity is huge just because we have world class infrastructure and storage unit with proper workflow and assembly area.


We have deployed specialized manpower with more than 10 years of experience in Chromatography Instruments. This has made us prominent.


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