MP News: This power distribution company of Madhya Pradesh has set an example in the country. Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company set an example in the country

MP news: Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company (MP Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company) has set an example in the direction of self-reliant India. The Power Distribution Company is the first company in the country to have its own Integrity Testing Laboratory (NABL Accredited). Defective and burnt transformers in the laboratory, which are returned after being rectified through various repairing companies, 10 percent of the sample transformers are tested as per the standards and accepted in regional stores only after passing the tests. are going

Transformers are being added to the power distribution system. Faulty and burnt transformers are rectified and tested at the integrity testing laboratory of the company. Transformers that do not pass the test are not used in the power distribution system.

The company believes that on the one hand this will reduce the failure rate of transformers and on the other hand the company will be saved from revenue loss. Along with this, consumers will get uninterrupted and quality power supply as distribution transformers will not break down for a long time.

Managing Director of Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company (MP Central Region Power Distribution Company) Ganesh Shankar Mishra said that the integrity testing lab NABL is accredited in the company field. In Nishtha Testing Lab, the work of checking the quality of electrical materials like transformers, conductors, cables etc. is being done. The material is being sent for use in the power system only after testing.

A total of 8 thousand 133 distribution transformers have been tested by the company’s Nishtha Testing Lab. Out of this, there are 5 thousand 872 such transformers, which have been tested in the laboratory after being rectified by various companies. Laboratories are under construction at Gwalior and Guna, in which distribution transformers, cables, conductors etc. will soon be tested as per standards.

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