EMMIS SA announces its cooperation with the Swedish company COMSYS AB for the exclusive promotion, distribution and sales of active harmonic filters in Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, FYROM and Albania.
With this cooperation, EMMIS SA integrates high technology products in its portfolio and strengthens its activity in Power Quality sector, thus continuing with consistence the implementation of its strategic plan of development in Greece and abroad.
In the framework of EMMIS policy with regards the education of electrical engineers and electricians, an additional technical seminar titles “Transformers and other products for electrical supply and control” was completed.
The seminar was attended by undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens.
The strategic cooperation between EMMIS and the department of Electrical Engineers of Piraeus University of Applied Science, started off with a technical seminar entitled “Transformers and other products for electrical supply and control”, attended by postgraduate and undergraduate students of the department.
In a previous article, we depicted the economic benefits that the end user has from installing and using certified low voltage transformers, in comparison with the non-certified transformers; we also used a specific example for the installation of ten (10) transformers 0.5kVA each to demonstrate the benefits.
Another seminar was concluded successfully on Saturday 19th November 2016 at EMMIS facilities, entitled “Transformers and other products for electrical supply and control”. In this seminar participated the union of electricians and installers from the area of Thiva as well as teachers from the Sivitadeios Public School of Arts and Crafts.
One of the most important criteria of selecting a good quality transformer is the indicator of energy losses, which come from its operation. The minimizion of the energy losses of the transformer has a direct effect not only the environmental protection and the energy footprint of the factory (or the building) where it is installed, but also at its operational cost since lower energy losses result in lower operational costs.