Eaton's Power Xpert XGIS Switchgear Explained and Demonstration

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Eaton’s Power Xpert XGIS gas insulated switchgear is constructed with the majority of the medium-voltage parts fixed-mounted and contained in a laser-welded stainless steel SF6-filled tank suitable for withstanding harsh, corrosive environments. The Power Xpert XGIS mv switchgear delivers an option that is small in size and big in value, with high reliability and enhanced safety to support industrial, oil & gas, data center, utility, mining and infrastructure segments. The enhanced safety, small footprint and virtually maintenance-free design of Eaton’s GIS helps to lower ownership cost and optimize ROI. Medium voltage power system applications often require MV switchgear. How do you decide which type of gear to select for your application? Medium voltage (MV) switchgear includes air insulated (AIS) and gas insulated (GIS) switchgear. Eaton’s David Woolard explains advantages and application considerations for GIS switchgear for large power systems including commercia buildings, stadiums, arenas, oil and gas applications, chemical plants, industrial plants and utility systems. At Eaton’s Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) David demonstrates grounding and maintenance, arc resistant construction, interlocks, lock out tag out LOTO, electrical safety, vacuum breaker, SF6 gas, electrically safe work condition, voltage sensing, IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, IEC, standards, electrical standards, electrical safety

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Eaton's Power Xpert XGIS Switchgear Explained and Demonstration

Eaton’s Power Xpert XGIS gas insulated switchgear is constructed with the majority of the medium-voltage parts fixed-mounted and contained in a laser-welded stainless steel SF6-filled tank suitable for withstanding harsh, corrosive environments. The Power Xpert XGIS mv switchgear delivers an option that is small in size and big in value, with high reliability and enhanced safety to support industrial, oil & gas, data center, utility, mining and infrastructure segments. The enhanced safety, small footprint and virtually maintenance-free design of Eaton’s GIS helps to lower ownership cost and optimize ROI. Medium voltage power system applications often require MV switchgear. How do you decide which type of gear to select for your application? Medium voltage (MV) switchgear includes air insulated (AIS) and gas insulated (GIS) switchgear. Eaton’s David Woolard explains advantages and application considerations for GIS switchgear for large power systems including commercia buildings, stadiums, arenas, oil and gas applications, chemical plants, industrial plants and utility systems. At Eaton’s Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) David demonstrates grounding and maintenance, arc resistant construction, interlocks, lock out tag out LOTO, electrical safety, vacuum breaker, SF6 gas, electrically safe work condition, voltage sensing, IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, IEC, standards, electrical standards, electrical safety

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