Oil & PCBs Free Program - Solution for PCB decontamination

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Sea Marconi, thanks to the leadership acquired in the international field is configured as an ideal technological partner by offering BAT-BEP (Best Environmental Technique – Best Environmental …

Sea Marconi, thanks to the leadership acquired in the international field is configured as an ideal technological partner by offering BAT-BEP (Best Environmental Technique – Best Environmental Practice) solutions, thanks to the “PCBs free” Program: BAT/BEP – Inventory, Control, Management, Decontamination of Electrical Transformer contaminated by PCBs complying with the Convention of Stockholm relative to POPs and the norm CENELEC (CLC/TR 50503).
Sea Marconi aims at the conservation of resources through the complete decontamination of the oils contained by electrical equipment that can be kept in operation. This means to prevent the production of waste, disposal, incineration, and costs for the management of contaminated materials.
Sea Marconi provides the intervention with decontamination mobile units (DMUs) that dehalogenated and detoxify the PCBs present in the transformer and oil that recovers optimal dielectric properties in accordance with standard IEC 60422.
The treatment against PCBs, CDP Process®, is done on-site (also with the transformer in operation) in continuous, closet-loop mode, without draining even partially the transformer.

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  • 1. “Oil & PCBs Free” Program: BAT/BEP – LCM (Life Cycle Management) for Inventory, Control, Management, Decontamination of Electrical Transformer PCBs contaminated (On Site & On Load)Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Vander Tumiatti • President and Founder of Sea Marconi Technologies, Turin (Italy) since 1968 • Ass. Secretary IEC TC 10 (International Electrotechnical Commission) Geneve-CH • IEC «1906 Award» - 2009 • Expert PEN - UNEP (POPs-PCBs Elimination Network- United Nations Environment Programme) Geneve - CH©2012 May 2012
  • 2. Sea Marconi - Key Information • Foundation: 1968, by Vander Tumiatti • Mission: Protection of company assets and environmental resources • Activities: Research, Technologies and Services for Energy & Environment • Clients: > 3,000 users in the energy, industry and service sectors, worldwideSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved • Human resources: about 100 employees • Quality & accreditation: ISO 9001- 2008, Globe (Sea Marconi Technologies), ACCREDIA • Patents: over 40 in EEC, USA, etc. • Expertise: members in WGs (IEC, CEN, CIGRE)©2012 Headquarters (North Italy) May 2012
  • 3. Where we are Karlsruhe – Germany Homécourt – France 2007 2002 Collegno (Turin) – Italy Barakaldo – Spain 1968 2002Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Lecce – Italy 1992©2012 Buenos Aires – Argentina 2004 May 2012
  • 4. Sea Marconi - Technical Capabilities Power transformers treated per year (2011) 670 PCBs Dehalogenation (CDP Process®) 226 Depolarisation and Reclaim 106 Reconditioning 338 Oil mass treated per year (2011) 5.971 ton PCBs Dehalogenation (CDP Process®) 1.831tonSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Reclaim and depolarisation 1.796 ton Reconditioning 2,344 ton Number of decontamination units (DMU by Sea Marconi) 25 Oil samples analysed per Year (2011) 13.287 Transformers analysed per Year (2011) 8.409 Oil test performed per Year (2011) 71.104 Transformers database > 50.000©2012 Diagnostics database > 150.000 May 2012
  • 5. Key References of PCBs dehalogenation • EDF (France): Framework Agreement for PCBs decontamination of at least 200 power transformers per year (since 2003) • SNCF (France): Framework Agreement for PCBs decontamination (since 2007) • RTE (France) • ENEL (Italy): >200 power transformers decontaminated (since 1993)Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved • Italian Army (Italy) • Endesa (Spain): about 30 power and distribution transformers (2007-2009) • C.E.R.N. (Switzerland) More than 8000 power transformers in the last 25 year…©2012 May 2012
  • 6. ©2012 Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right ReservedMay 2012 Focus on the Transformer
  • 7. Scenario Protection of Resources Assets & Environment Failure Explosion Fire Old age Occasional InfancySea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Damages • Direct: Assets & Personal • Indirect: Production • Environment: soil, water, air©2012 Black-Out May 2012
  • 8. PCBs: Regulation & Standards UN initiatives for mitigation of POPs/PCBs 1) Protocol to the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution on Persistent Organic Pollutants (1979) and Executive Body Decision (1998) 2) “Stockholm Convention on POPs”, 22/05/01 3) Several UN-promoted projects worldwide for Environmentally Sound Management of PCBsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved The UN/ECE Protocol on POPs defines the 16 most hazardous substances for human kind and the environment: PCBs is between them  In the framework of the Stockholm Convention on POPs recently was launched the PEN (PCBs Elimination Network) AIM: promotion of the cost-effective completion of the environmentally sound management (ESM) of liquids and equipment contaminated with PCBs©2012  Sea Marconi is an Expert and Founding Member of PEN May 2012
  • 9. PCBs: Regulation & Standards Decontamination Regulatory References  IEC 60422 Ed. 4 2012 Supervision and maintenance guide for mineral insulating oils in electrical equipment  IEC 61619 insulating liquids – Contamination by PCBs. Methods of determination by capillary column GasSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved chromatography  CENELEC CLC/TR 50503 (02/2010)- Guidelines for the inventory control, management, decontamination and/or disposal of electrical equipment and insulating liquids containing PCBs  Brochure CIGRE n. 413 (April 2010)- Insulating oil©2012 Regeneration and Dehalogenation May 2012
  • 10. PCBs: Regulation & Standards CENELEC CLC/TR 50503 (02/2010) Scope: “….toward the Life Cycle Management (LCM) of insulating liquids … with the following objectives : a) Reduction of risks for workers, public health and environment, arising from human error, malfunction, or failures of the equipment that cause fires or spillage of hazardous and Persistant Organic PollutantsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved (POPs); b) Implementation of the “Best Available Techniques” (BAT) “Best Environmental Practices” (BEP) and methodologies available for safety, whilst taking into account the surroundings and the criteria of self-sufficiency and functional recovery; c) Technical faisability of the activities within the prescribed time schedules, taking into account current legislation and economical feasability .”©2012 May 2012
  • 11. PCBs: Regulation & Standards EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE n. 59/96 of 16.09.1996 ARTICLE 2 ARTICLE 3 (a) PCBs means “…….DECONTAMINATION and or - POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS DISPOSAL shall be effected at - POLYCHLORINATED TERPHENYLS (PCTs) the last by the end of …… - MONOMETIL-TETRACHLORO DIPHENIL “2010” METHANE, ……. (PCBT) - ANY MIXTURE CONTAINING ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED ARTICLE 4 SUBSTANCES IN A TOTAL OF MORE THAN INVENTORY “…..within 3 years of the adoptionSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved 0,005% BY WEIGHT of this Directive ….” PCBs INVENTORY IN FRANCE (30 June 2002) 545,610 units©2012 May 2012
  • 12. SEA MARCONI approach “Oil & PCBs Free” Program: BAT/BEP – LCM (Life Cycle Management) for Inventory, Control, Management, Decontamination of Electrical Transformer PCBs contaminated (On Site & On Load)Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 13. SEA MARCONI approach “PCBs Free” Program: Sea Marconi provides an integrated service including • Support for PCBs-inventory (training, analysis, data management) • Decontamination of PCBs-containing oil/equipment • Risk analysis and evaluation of transformer’s operational condition • Survey and control of contaminated sitesSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved In accordance with the European Directives 59/96/EC, art. 4: - Test methods IEC-EN 61619 - EN 12766-1 - prEN 12766-2 - prEN 12766-3©2012 - prEN 50503 May 2012
  • 14. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach INSULATING FLUID like “HUMAN BLOOD”Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 15. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach Sampling for Diagnostic TestsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Transformer oil “Human blood”©2012 May 2012
  • 16. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach Laboratory for analysesSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Sea Marconi lab Typical “Hospital” lab©2012 May 2012
  • 17. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach Sea Marconi Laboratory Advanced analysis methods Accreditation internationally accepted Quality certification: ISO 9001; ISO 17025-2000 Our laboratory analysis is among the best in the world: • for the range of tests performed • for the technologically advancedSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved instrumentation • for the methodologies used Accreditated tests: - PCBs, PCT, PCBsT, (IEC 61619:1997- 04; EN 12766 -3:2004) - Dissolved water (IEC 60814:1997-08) - Furfural and derivative compounds (IEC 61198:1993-09;)©2012 - Dissolved gases in oil (IEC 60567:2005-06) May 2012
  • 18. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach Diagnosis for identification of functional and environmental criticalities (According to IEC 61619, EN 12766) PCBs test report Diagnosis with health index Test results with and Suggested actions method, uncertainty Trend analysisSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 19. SEA MARCONI: Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach Oil & Transformer decontaminationSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Decontamination Mobile Unit (DMU) “Human blood dialysis”©2012 for oil & transfo, On site & On load May 2012
  • 20. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation Dehalogenation & Detoxification of PCBs Chemical process capable to eliminate or reduce PCBs contamination from insulating oils. Several type of process are available, the best compromise between efficiency and safety conditions is the dehalogenation in continuous mode by closed circuitSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved process (CDP Process®) by Sea Marconi. The process uses a solid reagent consisting of a high molecular weight glycol mixture, a base and a radical promoter for the chemical conversion organic chlorine to inert salts. Typically it includes: heating to 90-100 C, filtration, vacuum treatment, chemical reaction and percolation under pressure©2012 through suitable materials. May 2012
  • 21. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation CDP Process® Patents CEE n.0675 748 - USA n. 5.663.479 1982 First patent 1983 Successful application for the complete dehalogenation of the 2,3,7,8 TCDD, Dioxin of the “Seveso Case” in Italy 1985 Industrial application on power transformers oil in non-Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved continuous mode (batch process) 1992 Development of continuous process (Close cycle) 2003 On load application on high voltage power transformers 2007 from the BAT Reference Italian Ministry of the Environment as Best Available Technique for PCBs decontamination of electrical equipment in service (Official Gazette n.133)©2012 May 2012
  • 22. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation CDP Process® Dehalogenation of PCBs and environmental protection Patent: EEC 0675 748 USA 5.663.479 The closed-loop, continuous-mode, risk-freeSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved decontamination of PCBs CDP Process® is the exclusive and safe technology for the Decontamination of transformers and the Dehalogenation/Detoxification©2012 of PCBs in insulating oils with the functional recovery and “PCBs- FREE” re-classification of transformers May 2012
  • 23. PCBs decontamination, alternative techniques Sodium, Litium and derivates (Ref IEC 60422, Ed. 4 2012, 12.4.2)  Alkaline metals sodium, lithium and derivates  Oil Temperature > flash point (150-300 C)  Risks of explosion and fire with water and air  Non continuous processSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved NON CONFORMITY (EC Directive 96/61/CE)©2012 May 2012
  • 24. PCBs decontamination, alternative techniques Sodium, Litium and derivates (Ref IEC 60422, Ed. 4 2012, 12.4.2)Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved News /video sent by TGR - Piemont (2010) Explosion, FIRE and BLACK OUT©2012 May 2012
  • 25. PCBs decontamination, alternative techniques Polyethyilene-glycole and hydroxide of potassium (KPEG) (Ref IEC 60422, Ed. 4 2012, 12.4.3)  Liquid reagent formed by Polyethyilene-glycole and hydroxide of alkaline metal (K, Na)  Oil Temperature > flash point (130-150 C)  Limited efficiency for some PCB congenersSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved (Aroclor 1242)  Non continuous process DANGER©2012 May 2012
  • 26. PCBs decontamination Techniques comparison CDP Process®: Best Available Technique (BAT) Italian Ministry of the Environment, the Territory and the Seas Decree 29/01/2007 – Published on the Official Gazette n.133: Guidelines for the identification and utilization of the Best Available Techniques on Treatment of PCBs, apparatuses and wastes containing PCBs and stocking systems Table E3 – Decisional matrix for the various available techniquesSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Functional Environmental Operator Eco-balance Global METHODS Cost/Benefit Safety safety Safety and Emissions Ratio Retrofilling *** ** *** * ** Sodium, Lithium and Derivates * * * ** * KPEG ** *** *** ** ** Continuous Closed-©2012 Loop Dehalogenation *** *** *** **** **** (CDP Process®) **** = OPTIMUM; *** = GOOD; ** = AVERAGE; * = CRITICAL May 2012
  • 27. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation CDP Process®: features of the process (CENELC TR 50503 8.4.2.3; IEC 60422 Ed 3 12.4.4; Cigre Brochure no. 413 10.1.4)  Exclusive Technology developed by Sea Marconi  Use of solid reagent for de-chlorination of PCBs  Low operational pressures and temperatures (< 80 -100 C) CDP Process® = PCBs dehalogenation + oil regeneration simultaneously =Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved recovery of oil properties and extension of transformer life-time • ON-SITE Process: No need for transportation of “big” transformers • PCB-decontamination of oil in continuous, closed loop (without draining the equip.) • Performed by DMU – Mobile Decontamination Units –©2012 safety and high automated May 2012
  • 28. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation CDP Process® - Schema of PCBs dehalogenationSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved PCBs PCBs PCBs PCBs PCBs PCBs©2012 Desludging effect on core and active parts May 2012
  • 29. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenationSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 DMU (Decontamination Mobile Unit) by Sea Marconi May 2012
  • 30. PCBs Dehalogenation Sea Marconi – How does it work? The dehalogenation (CDP Process®) is performed using Decontamination Mobile Units (DMU) by Sea Marconi. The reaction takes while the oil is circulated through DMU a percolation columns, filled with a solid reagent containing glycols (PEG, PPG) and strong basis on a solid matrix.Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 Without S/CDP® reagent the dehalogenation of PCBs would not be possible May 2012
  • 31. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation CDP Process® - Chemical mechanism 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 R-[O-CH2CH2]n-OH + MOH 4 4 1 4 4 1 + MCl 5 6 61 51 80 - 100 C 5 6 61 51 Cl m Cl n Hm H n m + n = 1 a 10 m + n = 1 a 10 Where:Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved MOH is an alkaline base R-[O-CH2CH2]n-OH + MOH is a polyalkylene glycol MCl is an inorganic alkaline chloride The dehalogenation reaction promote the conversion of PCBs into byphenyl and an inert and harmless inorganic salt,©2012 THIS MEANS ELIMINATION OF PCBs WITHOUT PCBs WASTE May 2012
  • 32. Dehalogenation Sea Marconi – On Load TreatmentSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved transformer is fully operational for©2012 the entire duration of the dehalogenation May 2012
  • 33. Decontamination Mobile Unit (DMU) by Sea Marconi DMU = Multifunctional Technologies According with CENELEC 50503, IEC 60422, CIGRE Brochure no. 413/2010 Physical CHEDCOS CDP PROCESS® Main function decontamination depolarisation dehalogenation Recovery of dielectric properties    Recovery of the chemical properties ofSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved   the oil (acidity, delta tg, colour) Elimination of DBDS (main responsible of   corrosive sulfur problem) Elimination of dissolved organo-metallic   contaminants Dehalogenation / Detoxification of  PCB/PCT/PCBT, POPs, compounds etc.©2012 May 2012
  • 34. Multifunctional DMU: decontamination also for DBDS Before Abatement of DBDS After Concentration (mg/kg) 160 140 DBDS Irgamet 39 120 100 80 60 40 20 ASMT Scale: 4c 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ASMT Scale: 1a Number of treatment cylesSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved DBDS dibenzyldisulfide DBDS dibenzyldisulfide©2012 Oil change color during the process May 2012
  • 35. Decontamination Mobile Unit (DMU) by Sea Marconi SAFETY FEATURES – Process Monitoring • The DMU is equipped with process control logical systems (PLC) • Oil circulation is automatically stopped in case of emergency • Process control is independent from the physical presence of an operator – the unitSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved operates 24h (GSM Remote Alarm and Monitoring) The monitoring is extended to all relevant parameters: • Temperature • Pressure • Flow rate©2012 • Oil level in vacuum chamber • Smoke detector May 2012
  • 36. Kit for Corrosive Sulfur determinationSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Total Corrosive Sulfur QUANTIFICATION©2012 May 2012
  • 37. Kit for Acid number determination Patent Pending 2011 by Sea MarconiSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 38. Kit for Total Chlorine and PCBs screening Patent Pending 2011 by Sea MarconiSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 39. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation Dehalogenation & Detoxification of PCBsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved©2012 May 2012
  • 40. REAL CASES: before and after PCBs Dehalogenation CASE 1 – Macedonia, April 2012_______________________ PCBs [mg/Kg] Initial contaminat.: 109 Final contaminat.: < 2 Treatment duration: 6 HrsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved CASE 2 – Korea, July 2009___________________________ PCBs [mg/Kg] Initial contaminat.: 297 Final contaminat.: < 2©2012 Treatment duration: 4 Hrs May 2012
  • 41. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation Power Transformer REAL CASE (Sept 2011 – France) Constr. Year 1975 of PCBs dehalogenation Voltage 400 KV with CDP Process® Power 250 MVA Oil Weight 84.500 Kg Before After Recommended Value Parameter Dehalogenation CDP Process® (96/59/CE)Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved PCB/PCT/PCBT (mg/kg) 107,6 < 10 < 50 mg/kg Dissolved Gases (%) 4,2 1,1 - Dissolved Water (mg/kg) 12,4 8,7 < 10 Dissipation Factor (tg delta) 0,1875 0,0352 < 0,1 TAN (mgKOH/g) 0,1460 <0,030 < 0,10 Colour 3,5 1,0 -©2012 Breakdown Voltage (kV) 57,5 71,5 > 60 May 2012
  • 42. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation REAL CASE (1996) International Tender of the Electricity Authority of CYPRUS for: “Elimination of PCBs from the insulating oil of distribution transformers” Distribution Transformers: 520 units Mass of contaminated oil: 94 ton Power range: 10–1000 kVA PCBs Contamination Range: 50–15.000 mg/kgSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Sea Marconi awarded the tender in collaboration with Pawels Trafo Service – Charleroi (Belgium) • Alternative Solutions: incineration and replacement with new units • Sea Marconi’s Solution: • Reconditioning and classification as “PCB-free” of transformers • Accomplishment of tender’s targets: PCBs < 10 mg/kg after 60 days©2012 • Result: saving of 2 million USD (avoided transformer replacement and waste disposal) May 2012
  • 43. SEA MARCONI solution: PCBs dehalogenation Environmental Performance of CDP Process® • Chemical destruction of PCBs (PCB-free waste) • Top-level countermeasures to avoid PCBs release during process • Low temperature process and heat-recovery technology • Avoidance of massive CO2 emissions in comparison with incineration LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS-CO2 DIRECT EMISSIONS FOR 10000 LITERS OIL TREATED-Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved COMPARISSION RETRO FILLING AND DEHALOGENATION (CDP PROCESS) DIRECT EM ISSIONS CO2/UF RETRO-FILLING DIRECT EM ISSIONS CO2/UF DEHA LOGENA TION 55 MILLION DELTA=49,6 30,00 26,52 C O2 EM ISSION TONS CO2 50 ( T ON S / 1 0 0 0 0 LIT ER S OIL T R EA T ED ) 48,6 45 25,00 40 35,31 35 20,00 30 RETRO FILLING DEHALOGENATION 25 15,00 DELTA=295 20 15 11,8 10,00 DELTA=1,6 10 5,00 0,53 5 1,49 0,94 0,04 0,98 0 0 PART OF CO2 EM ISSIONS PART OF CO2 EM ISSIONS PART OF CO2 EM ISSIONS TOTAL 0,00 DUE TO TRANSPORTS DUE TO PRODUCTION OF CO DUE TO ELIM INATION OF DIRECT CO2 EMISSIONS -RETRO-FILLING FOR 545 000 DIRECT CO2 EMISSIONS -DEHALOGENTION FOR 545 000 PRODUCTS (REAGENT OR WASTE (USED OIL) TRANSFORMERS (MILLION TONS CO2) TRANSFORMERS (MILLION TONS CO2)©2012 REM PLACEM EM T OIL) LCA and CO2 emissions: CDP Process® vs Retrofilling May 2012
  • 44. SEA MARCONI Technology Transfer Sea Marconi’s Technologies Worldwide permanent presence of DMU Sea Marconi United Kingdom 1999/2000 Macedonia 2012 South Korea 2009Sea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Mongolia 2012 Argentina 2004/2005 Brazil 2008 South Africa 2007©2012 May 2012
  • 45. Conclusions CDP Process®: PCBs dehalogenation + Functional recovery/reuse of operational transformers 1. Non-Combustion Technology, no explosion risks, no leakage risk 2. Target: transformers and insulating liquids contaminated with up to 50.000 ppm of PCBs 3. PCBs destruction  PCBs-free waste 4. On-site application without draining of transformerSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved 5. Well proven Technology: more than 25 years experience and 8.000 transformers treated 6. Transfo energized and onload during the process 7. Sea Marconi: technological partner of top-level companies worldwide 8. CDP Process®: Best Available Technology (BAT) - BEP in PCBs©2012 decontamination of electrical equipment May 2012
  • 46. CDP Process®: PCBs dehalogenation Stationary plant option - Batch technology  Open cycle process (discontinuous mode)  Off line and off site application  Advantageous for heavy contaminated and waste oils  Reaction takes place quickly in heated and stirred reactor  Time consuming in separation of by-productsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Empting of equipment Chemical reaction Decanting Adsorption - Filtration Degassing dehydration (only for re-use)©2012 Storage of clean oil May 2012
  • 47. Since 1968 www.seamarconi.com ContactsSea Marconi Technologies sas - All Right Reserved Vander Tumiatti Alessandro Capo President and Founder Sales Manager Sea Marconi Technologies Sea Marconi Technologies Sas Via Ungheria 20 Via Ungheria 20 10093 Collegno (Turin - Italy) 10093 Collegno (Turin - Italy) Tel. +39 011 234.34.34 Tel. +39 011 234.34.34©2012 Fax +39 011 234.34.35 Fax +39 011 234.34.35 e-mail: tumiatti@seamarconi.it e-mail: capo@seamarconi.it May 2012