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NPTI HOT LINE TRAINING CENTRE BANGALORE

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  1. NPTIHOT LINE TRAINING CENTREBANGALORE

  2. LOCATION OF HLTC • The HLTC is located at 26th km Kanakapura Road, Somanahalli Gate, Bangalore – 560 082, Adjacent to POWERGRID 400 kv S/S. • The campus is spread over an area of @ 57 acres. • The campus consists of Administrative Block, Hostel for Trainees, & Hangar for Vehicles and Tools, Experimental Training yard,11 kv HT Connection, Security Room, etc.

  3. 1. Year of starting (along with another center at Ganguwal under CWPC – Power Wing) 1958 2. Year of Closure 1965 3. Reopening of HLTC at Peenya, Bangalore 1975 4. Inauguration of the HLTC at its permanent complex at Somanahalli 1/4/2002 5. Merger of HLTC with NPTI 2000

  4. Experimental Training Yard consisting of Poles and Towers ranging from 11 kv to 400 kv. Imported Tools for carrying out Hot Line Operations on Transmission & sub-transmission lines up to 220 KV Tools for carrying out Hot Line Operations on 400 kv lines using Bare Hand Techniques. Ambulance in case of emergencies during training in additions to conventional vehicles. Trainees’ Hostel with Guest Rooms, Separate Kitchen and Dining Hall, Conference Hall along with entertainment & recreational facilities. INFRASTRUCTURE

  5. COURSES OFFERED • LLMT training Using Hot Stick Method up to 220kv • LLMT training Using Bare Hand Techniques on 400 kv • Capsule Course for Executives • On site Training ProgrammesDepending On Clients’ Request such as: - • Seminars/On site Training on Insulator Washing • Switchyard Maint.Techniques using LLMT .

  6. LLMT training Using HSMOBJECTIVE • To Provide in-depth approach and technical know-how for live line maintenance • To highlight the importance of operation and maintenance of HV and EHV Power Transmission lines utilizing HOT STICK METHOD. • To give an introduction to Bare Hand Techniques of Live Line Maintenance

  7. LLMT training Using HSMFEATURES vGeneral Principles of Hot Line Operations vTheory vPractical Operational Programmes vSafety methods vFirst Aid vStudy Tours to Certain Important substations and transmission line locations

  8. LLMT training Using HSMSpecial Features vField training on charged experimental lines of various configurations ranging from 11 kv to 220 kv. vField training on testing of insulators. vUse and maintenance of all Hot Line Tools and equipment vHands-ontraining on commercial lines of voltage levels up to 220 kv.

  9. LLMT training Using HSMPhase of Training • The training duration is about 12 weeks & conducted in Three phases. • First phase: Trainees will be taught about general principles, theory and operations on cold lines • Second phase: Trainees will be trained in first aid and tocarry out live line operations on charges lines. • Third phase: Trainees will be trained in L LMT on commercial lines of KPTCL.

  10. LLMT training Using HSMExpected level of the Participants The course is open to the Engineering and Supervisory Staff and Linemen of State Electricity Boards and Supply Undertakings,utilities;etc., engaged in operation and maintenance of power lines having adequate field experience. In addition the participants should fulfill the Health & General requirements like free from height phobia,arthritis,etc;

  11. LLMT training Using HSMEssential Requirements • INDEMINITY BOND • All trainees should compulsorily execute an Indemnity Bonds at the time of joining as the Hot Line work is rated as a high risk job. • No trainee will be admitted to the course, unless the bond is executed. • INSURANCE COVERAGE • The sponsoring authorities should ensure providing suitable insurance cover for their trainees. As per the existing norms, the insured amount should be not less than 24 months gross salary of the trainee.

  12. CAPSULE COURSE FOR EXECUTIVES OBJECTIVE: • The course is intended to have an insight to the executives involved in Cold and Hot Line Maintenance about potential of Hot Line Activities on transmission lines and Sub Stations.

  13. CAPSULE COURSE FOR EXECUTIVESCOURSE OUTLINE & DURATION • Live Demonstrations on 66 kv or 220 kv Commercial Operations • Introduction to Hot Line Tools, Activities & Maintenance • Introduction to Live Line Washing of insulators • Insulator Testing on Live lines • Video and Film shows on Hot Stick and Bare Hand Techniques • DURATION • ONE WEEK

  14. LLMT using BARE HAND METHOD

  15. LLMT Using Bare Hand MethodOBJECTIVES: • To provide in-depth approach & technical know-how for live line maintenance using BHM • To highlight the importance of operation and maintenance of HV and EHV Power Transmission lines/Sub-Stations using BARE HAND METHOD • DURATION • FOUR WEEKS

  16. LLMT using Bare Hand MethodCOURSE OUTLINE • General Principles & Theory • Introduction to maintenance of Power Lines using BHM • Practical Operational Programmes on various tower configuration • Safety aspects & regulatory requirements • Hands on training on 400kv commercial lines. • Possible extension of BHM for Sub-station maintenance

  17. LLMT using Bare Hand Method SPECIAL FEATURES • Trainees shall replace actually damaged insulators on Live commercial lines of POWERGRID employing BARE HAND METHOD

  18. LLMT using Bare Hand MethodELIGIBILITY • Candidates should have already been trained in Live Line Maintenance Techniques up to 220 kv (Hot Stick Method) conducted by HLTC, Bangalore. •  Should possess sound health and should not suffer from height phobia, arthritis, vision problems etc.  

  19. LLMT using Bare Hand MethodESSENTIAL REQUIREMENT • INDEMINITY BOND • All trainees should compulsorily execute an Indemnity Bond at the time of joining as the Hot Line work is rated as a high risk job. • No trainee will be admitted to the course, unless an indemnity bond is executed. • INSURANCE COVERAGE • The sponsoring authorities should ensure providing suitable insurance cover for the trainees. As per the existing norms, the insured amount should be not less than 24 months gross salary of the trainee.

  20. LLMT using Bare Hand Method ASSESSMENT • During the course of the trainees will be subjected to stringent assessment - both practical and objective. • Only those who qualify in all the qualities will be awarded with Certificates.

  21. CLASS ROOMS • Class Rooms are located in the Administrative Block with state of the art infrastructure such as LAN,Computer,DVD, LCD projector etc. • HLTC is making continuous efforts to add latest equipment which can be of immense importance in training.

  22. HANGARS • The Hangar consists of Vehicle Sheds and tool stores.

  23. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR TRAINING • HLTC has sufficient tools imported from M/s. A.B. Chance & Co., USA to conduct Hot Stick and Bare Hand Operations on various lines. • HLTC is making consistent efforts to replace the obsolete tools with latest tools. • HLTC is making continuous efforts to bring latest technology and equipment in to its stores.

  24. EXPERIMENTAL YARD • The Experimental Training Yard consists of the following facilities: • 11 kv poles with Dead End and Cut points. • 33 kv Towers Structures. • 66 / 110 kv Towers (A type & D Type) • 220 kv / 400 kv Towers (A type & D Type) • Poles and Towers have various hardware replicating actual work situations.

  25. 11 kv Switch Room • HLTC is equipped with the facility to charge the experimental lines with 11 kv supply. • Separate provision exists along with cables and GOS structures at Experimental Yard. • During the Second Phase of Hot Stick Method and Bare Hand Method training, the experimental lines can be charged with the 11 kv supply.

  26. VEHICLES • HLTC is having following types of vehicles: • Tata Sumo (Ambulance) • Maruti Ambulance for training requirements • Mahindra & Mahindra Jeep • 32 seater Swaraj Mazda Bus for providing transportation facilities to the trainees.

  27. TRAINEE’S HOSTEL • Trainees Hostel consists of 20 double rooms which can accommodate 40 trainees. • Five Guest Rooms. • Kitchen and Dining Hall maintained in good conditions. • Conference Hall for conducting meetings. • Entertainment facilities such as Shuttle Courts, Volleyball court, Caroms, TV Room with cable connection, News paper reading room, etc.

  28. GUEST HOUSE • HLTC has 2 No of VIP Guest House with A/C and separate Dining Facilities in the Trainees’ Hostel. • In addition 3 ordinary Guest Rooms with attached bath room are also available.

  29. SECURITY • Campus is provided with Round the Clock Security. • Incoming phone facility for Hostel inmates. • Transportation facility (Ambulance) to the trainees in case any emergency.

  30. CONTACT DETAILS NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE (An ISO 9001:2000 Organization Under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) HOT LINE TRAINING CENTRE 26th km Kanakapura Road, Somanahalli Gate, Udayapura Post, Bangalore – 560 082. Phone:080 – 28432053 & 28432212. Tele Fax: 080-28432596. E-Mail: hltc_npti@vsnl.net