4-Phase Asset Management Solution for Tailored and Cost Effective Programmes
HVPD supply a comprehensive range of on-line partial discharge (OLPD) test and monitoring technology for in‑service condition assessment of power cables, switchgear, motors and generators, transformers and complete networks operating at 3.3 kV and above. HVPD's 4‑phase asset management approach provides a systematic and cost effective methodology which can identify, locate, monitor and manage PD activity within our client's MV/HV/EHV network.Find Out More
We Are an Extension to Your Asset Management Team
Alongside our on-line partial discharge (OLPD) test and monitoring technology, we provide a comprehensive range of services to our clients, ensuring that the best test, sensor and monitoring solution is implemented on a client-by-client basis.Find Out More
Bespoke Partial Discharge Solutions
HVPD supply a comprehensive range of on‑line partial discharge (OLPD) test and monitoring equipment for the condition assessment of in‑service power cables, switchgear, motors and generators, and transformers rated at 3.3 kV and above. Suitable for MV, HV and EHV assets, our OLPD test and monitoring technology provides our clients with an early warning of developing insulation faults, helping them to avoid costly failures and resulting unplanned network outages.
HVPD are experts in the on-line partial discharge (OLPD) condition monitoring of in-service, medium voltage (MV) and high voltage (HV) networks. We offer a complete range of OLPD diagnostic test and monitoring equipment to provide an early warning of incipient high voltage insulation faults.
Our technology supports condition based maintenance (CBM) asset management programmes, enabling our clients to take early preventative maintenance action to avoid unplanned outages.
Uniquely in the marketplace, HVPD supply bespoke, OLPD monitoring and database solutions for complete MV/HV networks with a focus on local area networks to our customers in Oil & Gas, Data Centres, Offshore Renewables, Shipping, Transmission and Distribution, and Power Generation.