Power quality monitoring

Reliable power is a fundamental requirement for any organization. Critical applications require maximum uptime and when problems occur, the downtime for restoration and repair must be minimized. “Reliable” applies not only to the availability of power, but also to the quality of power.


Reliable power has a direct impact on most aspects of an automation system and the equipment it controls. Electrical systems are subject to a wide variety of power quality problems, which can interrupt industrial processes and affect sensitive equipment. Power quality problems can result in unnecessary downtime due to equipment failure. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in IEEE Standard 1100-1999 defines power quality as the powering and grounding of electronic equipment in a manner that is suitable to the operation of that equipment and compatible with the wiring system and other connected equipment.  The power supply and distribution system of Black Sea Terminal consists of several facilities and include a substation control building, outdoor switchgears, indoor switchgears, as well as transformer substations. Terminal buildings, pump stations, and facilities with sensitive equipment require clean and stable power to operate uninterrupted.


As part of the Preventive Maintenance Program of Black Sea Terminal, our skilled technicians perform power quality monitoring and analyze the pertinent data to reveal any deficiencies and plan the appropriate preventive or corrective actions in a timely manner.


Black Sea Terminal has always been oriented on taking a proactive approach in our maintenance organization. The constant development of our preventive maintenance system ensures the fault-free operation of Black Sea Terminal assets.

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