WHY treating your dielectric fluids is important?
Efficient and reliable operation of transformers, circuit
breakers, and other types of electrical equipments, depends upon the electrical and physical properties of the dielectric fluid which in service may be seriously affected, resulting in reduced operating efficiency or even equipment failure.
In order to act as an insulant, a coolant, and an arcextinguishing medium, dielectric fluids must have some basic properties, and especially a high dielectric strength.
Now, in service, the dielectric fluids basic properties may be affected by oxidation, condensation and other contaminants such as solid impurities and dissolved gases.
Transformer drying systems
Ranging from 500 up to 2000 m3/h, those double-stage pump systems allow the vacuum of the transformer during treatment or commissioning phases.
Ranging from 3000 up to 12000 l/h, allow the filtration of the oil of the transformer during treatment or commissioning phases.
Ranging from 78 kW up to 200 kW, allow the heating of the oil of the transformer during treatment or commissioning phases.
Allows spraying of the oil on the active parts of transformers during treating and drying phases.