EESA is pleased to present Philippe Reboul, Managing Director of Molekulis who will present on how to Stay Cool and Insulated – Transformer Oil 101.
Electrical insulating fluid is often called the blood of transformers.
Not only it has to fulfill its critical insulating and cooling roles but many other essential functions such oxidation stability, maintaining performance at high and low temperatures, maximizing asset life, balancing interaction with other components and also serving as a key messenger in understanding potential issues inside the transformer.
This presentation will also highlight basic physics and chemistry of transformer oils and provide an update on the different types available on the market , the drivers, trends and pitfalls.
Finally, it will review more practical aspects of transformer oil as well as present the recent changes in international standards applicable to Australia and their implications.
Philippe Reboul, Managing Director, Molekulis Pty Ltd, exclusive distributor of Nynas transformer oils.
hilippe Reboul completed his MEng in general engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France and his MSc (Honours) in Material and Surface Science at Lyon University.
Prior to starting Molekulis in 2019, Philippe was general manager of Nynas Australia and has been involved in transformer oil in Australia since 2012.
Philippe has also held senior positions across the petrochemicals, oil, energy and renewables industries in Europe, Japan and Australia.
In his present role based in Brisbane, Philippe looks after the distribution across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands of Nynas naphthenic oils and other performance products.
One of his key focus is the supply of transformer oil on time and in full to utilities, power stations, transformer manufacturers, solar and wind farms, electrical contractors and energy intensive industries around the region.
Philippe is committee member of the Australian Transformer Innovation Center, board member of the Australian Lubricant Association and active member of the Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA).
Tuesday 27 October 2020
4.30 pm NSW, ACT, VIC | 4.00 pm SA | 3.30pm QLD | 3.00 pm NT | 1.30 pm WA
The Queensland Chapter of the Electric Energy Society of Australia.