Transformers cannot bear the load in the humid heat

Transformers cannot bear the load in the humid heat
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Due to the humid heat, the increased power consumption has increased. As a result, the transformer cannot withstand the load. Transformers explode every day due to overload. It is dark in all the villages because the transformer burns out more than the capacity of the workshop.
People have to do without electricity in the scorching heat.
The workshop of the electricity department has the capacity to repair 10 transformers a day. Despite all their efforts, the workshop employees can only repair six to seven transformers a day.
With an average of 15 to 20 transformers burned out in the district. If we look at the transformer burnout condition, the workshop numbers are shocking. In July itself, 400 transformers have so far been blown up.
In this context, only 280 transformers have so far been repaired. It is believed that the increased power consumption is what caused the transformer to blow up. Excessive heat and no rain have increased the stress on the transformers.
Because of the lack of rain, private diving boats are also used for irrigation. In addition, not all transformers were earthed. Because of this, the transformers explode.
People keep wandering by complaining online
The state government claims that the burned out transformers should be replaced within 72 hours. To do this, the consumer must submit a complaint online. The situation is very different in the district. Here transformers are not available from the workshop even after several days of online complaint. Consumers are forced to go to the workshop by officials at the Electricity Bureau.
Mistake happens every day
Manjhanpur. The load on the transformer has also increased due to errors and loose cables. For this reason, transformer burnout cases have also increased. In many places there is a branch near the wire. They weren’t pruned before the rain. Electricians are only concerned about fixing the problem.
So far, around 400 transformers have blown up in the district. The workshop has the capacity to repair 10 transformers a day. Nevertheless, 15-20 transformers come here every day for repairs by blasting them. Because of this, there is a problem with the delivery of the transformer within 72 hours.
Amit Kumar, Junior Engineer, Workshop

Due to the humid heat, the increased power consumption has increased. As a result, the transformer cannot withstand the load. Transformers explode every day due to overload. It is dark in all the villages because the transformer burns out more than the capacity of the workshop.

People have to do without electricity in the scorching heat.

The workshop of the electricity department has the capacity to repair 10 transformers a day. Despite all their efforts, the workshop employees can only repair six to seven transformers a day.

With an average of 15 to 20 transformers burned out in the district. If we look at the transformer burnout condition, the workshop numbers are shocking. In July itself, 400 transformers have so far been blown up.

In this context, only 280 transformers have so far been repaired. It is believed that the increased power consumption is what caused the transformer to blow up. Excessive heat and no rain have increased the stress on the transformers.

Because of the lack of rain, private diving boats are also used for irrigation. In addition, not all transformers were earthed. Because of this, the transformers explode.

People keep wandering by complaining online

The state government claims that the burned out transformers should be replaced within 72 hours. To do this, the consumer must submit a complaint online. The situation is very different in the district. Here transformers are not available from the workshop even after several days of online complaint. Consumers are forced to go to the workshop by officials at the Electricity Bureau.

Mistake happens every day

Manjhanpur. The load on the transformer has also increased due to errors and loose cables. For this reason, transformer burnout cases have also increased. In many places there is a branch near the wire. They weren’t pruned before the rain. Electricians are only concerned with fixing the fault.

So far, around 400 transformers have blown up in the district. The workshop has the capacity to repair 10 transformers a day. Nevertheless, 15-20 transformers come here every day for repairs by blasting them. Because of this, there is a problem with the delivery of the transformer within 72 hours.

Amit Kumar, Junior Engineer, Workshop

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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