Eric Holmes and Brent Replogle, employees of Webster Electric Cooperative, Marshfield, attended AMEC’s Transformer School at the AMEC Training Center Jan. 22-24 in Jefferson City.  

Tim Cornelius from the Solomon Corporation in Solomon, Kansas, as well as instructors from AMEC provided classroom and hands-on instruction on transformer identification, types of transformers (overhead and underground units), anatomy, theory, nameplates, installation, vectors analysis and single-phase/three-phase transformer connections.

Brent stayed and attended AMEC’s Meter School at the AMEC Training Center on Jan. 23-25 in Jefferson City.

Those attending the class received classroom and hands-on instruction that centered on single phase and three phase metering applications with a focus on safety, trouble-shooting, use of CTs and PTs for three phase metering applications and general detection of electricity theft.

AMEC is the service organization for the state’s 47 electric cooperatives which serves more than 560,000 rural Missourians.

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