At this juncture, Massachusetts-based RHM International manufactures and provides utility companies with intuitively designed dry type insulated high voltage instrument transformers (IT), bushings, and cable terminations with easy, affordable implementation and maintenance processes. “We assist clients in safely replacing their old equipment while concurrently leveraging our new dry-insulated technologies to materialize the growing need for smart grids and solutions,” adds Euvrard.
RHM International’s products perfectly substitute the legacy analog pieces and connect with terminals in a similar manner. This implies that a utility provider experiences little to no inconvenience of new configurations throughout the installation process, while simultaneously gaining the perks of modern-day smart grid solutions.
RHM International utilizes innovative smart grid sensors to deploy effective measuring systems that allow remote monitoring of various metering and protection parameters with its superior grade instrument transformers bushings and cable accessories. The company offers smart monitoring capabilities in all its products, namely HV DryShield® for ITs and wall bushings and RIF® insulation systems for transformer bushings and cable terminals.
Believing in the benefits of the dry type equipment, the company focuses on driving innovation in the utility sector, and more specifically within the transmission grid. “It is a continuous and seamless transition from legacy systems to the smart grid set up, and our unique technology mitigates the initial phases of difficulties that utilities suppliers generally face in bridging the two,” says Euvrard. By integrating smart sensors and devices into their ever-evolving dry type products, team RHM International streamlines installation and configuration process for clients all over the world. Moving forward, the company intends to support every client in their digitalization journey with state-of-the-art dry type product development and smart monitoring technologies. And, with a complete understanding of the transitional challenges of his industry counterparts and beneficiaries, Euvrard comments, “There will still be a need for both, taking care of the old and building the new. We want to be at the ready with our technology to thoroughly assist our clients in meeting their goals.”