Equipment - Maintenance and Commissioning Tests (ET)

Conprove offers specialized courses in protection, control and automation of electrical power systems; electrical installations and inspections; equipment – fundamentals for design, operation, maintenance and commissioning; equipment – maintenance and commissioning tests; electrical studies.

With high credibility and market acceptance, Conprove has doctoral instructors, masters and specialists in all the areas in which we operate. There are already more than 23 thousand alumni trained in courses that combine theoretical support and practical classes. Our goal is to offer complementary training, preparing our students to take on new responsibilities and be updated to the new market demands.

Commissioning is the technical activity that consists of checking, testing and evaluating the functioning of equipment that make up a system. Maintenance, in turn, aims to maintain the availability of this equipment, eliminating possible defects that compromise the nominal operation of the system. As these are extremely important tasks, maintenance and commissioning tests must always be carried out by trained and trained professionals, in order to guarantee the quality of work and the operational continuity of the system.

In this context, Conprove offers a wide variety of courses that address theories and practices of maintenance testing and commissioning of various equipment that make up the electrical system. Among the equipment covered in the courses, we can highlight: circuit breakers, synchronous generators, synchronous and asynchronous motors, transformers and power reactors. In addition, there are courses in partial discharge (concepts, measurement, monitoring and analysis), treatment of insulating oil and drying of the windings of transformers and power reactors, among other topics of great relevance in the electric sector.

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