PESTC: Power and Distribution Transformers (EEP219)

This course covers the basics of transformer design, construction and testing found in electric power transmission and distribution substations.

Your expert facilitator Ray Holzheimer & Tim Hart

Ray Holzheimer is a graduate holding a Bachelor of Engineering Electrical Power who worked for Powerlink as a Senior Substation Field Support Engineer for Network Field Services. Ray has a passion for passing on his knowledge in the production of technical specifications, the design, manufacture, testing, and maintenance of HV plant. This includes power transformers, distribution transformers, series and shunt reactors, and other reactive plant. Ray has worked for a large transformer manufacturer in various positions for more than 15 years. He has held positions in other companies, responsible for the procurement, installation and maintenance of power transformers. For further information about Ray Holzheimer click here.

Tim Hart is an electrical engineer holding a Bachelor and Master’s degree. Tim has a passion for passing on his knowledge of transformer and high voltage testing gained from operating a NATA certified test centre processing large transformers and switchgear. He is currently employed by Energy Queensland where he is the General Manager Asset Lifecycle Management with responsibility for the maintenance and expansion of the electrical distribution network in Brisbane Metropolitan North from the Brisbane river to Bribie Island out to Kilcoy. For further information about Tim Hart click here.

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