For those who have not followed the CEI live streaming event on April 29, 2020, we make available the recording of the intervention proposed by Sea Marconi signed by Vander Tumiatti and Riccardo Maina entitled: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Tech Pathologies on Oil filled Transformer Fleet for Asset & Risks Management and Resilience of Energy Networks: Cases of Corrosion,
On March 27th Sea Marconi submitted its proposal, BiOxy3D, in response to the “Innova for Italy” call of the Ministry for technological innovation and digitization. Sea Marconi has fully embraced the intentions of the Ministry initiative, which wants to collect companies, universities, public and private research centers, associations, foundations, etc., contributions for prevention, diagnostics and monitoring for containment and
Follow us on Instagram too! (@seamarconi_official) Sea Marconi has just opened the Instagram profile, the “visual” social platform. Instagram offers a new way of communicating, simple and fast, a different way to get to know our way of working, to find curiosities, practical cases, product information, in a word: solutions.
Sea Marconi is currently committed to the following key factors: Operational Resilience (NON-CLOSURE) with dynamic remodeling of internal activities in accordance with the “Guidelines” agreed (on 23 March 2020) with the “Sector Team Leaders” to guarantee the most effective and timely Response Actions to Customer Needs; Best Operational Availability (possible) based on the continuous and unpredictable evolution of external conditions
In compliance with current national and international regulations, Sea Marconi continues to be available to its customers with its analysis, diagnosis, treatment and technical assistance services for the management of electrical equipment with insulating oils. Contact us to find out more about your needs
On September 10th, Sea Marconi met a group of 11 students from the Faculty of Agriculture of the Japanese University of Yamagata in its headquarters in Collegno (TO). The students came to Europe visiting the Department of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences of the University of Turin (DISAFA) and the Department of Soil Science of the University of Hannover in