Life size demonstrations of electrical phenomenon encountered in electrical installations.
Sensitizing personnel to the dangers of electricity networks and electrical installations.

 

The goals of the day are:   in order to:
  • Understand the effects of electrical current
  • Visualize the potential consequences
  • Apply safety measures
 
  • Protect people
  • Protect the hardware
  • To ensure the exploitation

 

The training programs include:
  • Visualize the dynamic and thermal effects of a court-circuit current.
  • Damage of a live wire cable.
  • Opening of an aerial isolator on load.
  • Fall of a conductor to the ground, danger of electrocution.
  • Sliding arc on a medium voltage line.
  • Unsuited grounding of an airline.
  • Circumvention of an insulator string.
  • Tests in relation to the railway network:
    • short-circuit on section insulation
    • defective ground rod
    • track not well splinted
    • track not splinted.

 

Technical characteristics of the tests:
  • Low voltage (400V) current: 10 to 25 kA, 0.3 to 1 second
  • Middle voltage (5 - 15 kV) short-circuit current: 3 to 8 kA, 0.3 to 1 second

 

The CEFs course programs and demonstrations are addressed to:
  • Distribution companies and energy producers
  • Security engineers
  • Electrical installers
  • Professional schools
  • Railway companies
  • Electrical engineering industries
  • Operations department of the industries
  • Surveillance firms
  • Fire and emergency services
  • Civil engineering companies

 

Training recognized by the SSST for engineers and security safety officers

Each program (A,B,C or D) counts as 1 training unit recognized by the SSST. A certificate will be sent to you, on request, once the course carried out.