KEMA opens high voltage laboratory

Arnhem, The Netherlands, October 21, 2009 — KEMA officially opened the doors to its new High Voltage Laboratory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

The opening coincided with KEMA Conference 2009 — a meeting of leaders in the energy industry.

The laboratory will function as an independent laboratory for testing and certification of high- and medium-voltage components used in electrical infrastructure.

From the lab, KEMA will issue Type Test Certificates and Test Reports for tests on cables, cable accessories, insulators, power transformers, instrument transformers, GIS, switchgear, panels and other components.

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