Extra Q&A episode: moisture in transformers (ep. 4)

Senja Leivo
Industrial Measurements
Power Generation and Transmission

Extra Q&A episode: moisture in transformers (ep. 4)

By popular request, we added an extra episode dedicated to further Q&A to our original three-part webinar series on moisture in transformers.

Our series was planned to be three episodes long, but it proved to be so popular that we simply couldn't answer all the questions we would have wanted to. So, we have added an extra, fourth episode.

Entirely devoted to answering topical questions we have received throughout the series, this is a must-watch for all in the transformer industry.

We look forward to hearing your further questions following the webinar!

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Senja Leivo

Meet the expert: Senja Leivo

Senja is the Senior Industry Expert at Vaisala, specializing in the condition monitoring of power transformers. With 25 years of international industrial experience, she plays a crucial role in integrating customer feedback into R&D. She’s been a key contributor to the development of Vaisala’s multi-gas DGA monitor.

An experienced speaker at industry conferences, Senja actively engages in international research collaborations, e.g. CIGRE and IEC working groups, and other initiatives focused on transformer condition assessment.

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