Practicalities of measuring moisture in transformers online

Practicalities of measuring moisture in transformers online
Power Generation and Transmission

Learn the nine 9 core strategies for monitoring moisture in transformers online.

Vaisala's Senja Leivo and Riku Rantala go head to head to discuss practicalities and real-life lessons learned, and tackle audience questions sent in before and during the webinar. This is a recorded playback of our live webinar from 29 June 2022.

Sign up for highly valuable and directly applicable, real-life insights:

  • Should you go with %RS or ppm?
  • Do you really need to calibrate your probes?
  • Probe installation tips & tricks.
  • What to really look for in a sensor.
  • The real differences in insulation liquids, from mineral oil to esters.

...and a whole host of other topics.

If you have already attended or registered for this webinar, please click here. Otherwise, please register by filling the form.


See our Privacy Policy for more details.
You can modify your preference settings or unsubscribe at any time here
ebook with pages opened

Moisture in transformers Q&A eBook

The definitive eBook on the subject, this companion to our renowned webinar series is full of the latest practical and scientific advice on measuring moisture in power transformers.

Senja Leivo

Meet the expert: Senja Leivo

Ms. Senja Leivo is the Senior Industry Expert at Vaisala and an active member of CIGRE working groups.
Her professional focus is on condition monitoring of power transformers. With 20 years of experience she is responsible for identifying the strategic trends and new monitoring needs within the industry, as well as bringing customers’ voice close to the Vaisala’s product development. Senja holds a Master of Science degree in Materials Engineering.

Riku Rantala, Vaisala

Meet the expert: Riku Rantala

Application Manager

Responsible for moisture in oil applications at Vaisala, Riku Rantala focuses on making sure our customers, especially utilities, get the most value out of monitoring their transformers.

Currently working in Vaisala's Power & Energy business area, Riku has over 10 years of experience in R&D, and a background in mechanics, design and product engineering.