Q&A on Moisture in Transformer Oil

Leistungstransformator mit Vaisala OPT100
Power Generation and Transmission

 We asked your most pressing questions related to moisture in transformer oil and we've done our best to answer these concisely and accurately - hopefully allowing everyone in the audience to benefit from the information being shared.


In our previous webinars on Moisture Dynamics in Transformer Oils we’ve always been pleased to receive so many online questions from the audience but have struggled to answer all of them in the short amount of time allotted to Q&A following the presentation. This time we decided to do something a bit different. We wanted to dedicate most of this webinar to hear from you! 

This webinar will consist of three parts:
•     Short introduction to moisture in transformer oil and why it’s important to monitor
•     Short introduction to Vaisala’s offering 
•     Full Question & Answer Session focusing on Moisture in Transformer Oil 

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Steven Jiroutek

Steven Jiroutek

Business Development Manager

Steven Jiroutek is the Business Development Manager for Industrial Measurements at Vaisala, Americas.  With over 14 years of experience at Vaisala, he oversees the business and strategy development for targeted industrial applications with specific focus on condition based monitoring of high voltage assets.  He is responsible for identifying strategic partnerships and defining the measurement, technology and product needs of the markets.  Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

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.