Ultrasonic Tip - Corona Found While Scanning Substation or Switchgear
May 24, 2007
If “corona” is found while scanning substation or switchgear with your airborne ultrasound instrument, take action to clean-up the gear. Corona exists to find ground. It should always be taken seriously.
Tip provided by Jim Hall
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