Transformer oil filtration system, regeneration and purification, degassing and dehydration

Transformer oil filtration system, regeneration and purification, degassing and dehydration from BinBang Oil Filtration Co.,Ltd

By: BinBang Oil Filtration Co.,Ltd  20-08-2011
Keywords: Filtering Equipment & Supplies, Filtration, Oil Purifier

In order to achieve optimal dielectric strength and insulating performance inside of transformers and circuit breakers, dielectric oils must be kept absolutely clean and dry. ZHONGNENG designs and builds the most effective, durable, and easily operation high vacuum transformer oil purification system on the market today. Transformer oil treatment plant means?Old transformer oil is generally mixed with gas, water and contaminants, and also the new transformer oil sometimes, the content of the contaminants generally increases fast by time. So the transformer oil treatment machines can remove these associated gases, water and contaminants, and separate them from the oil and take them away. After treating the oil by our oil treatment plant, the stabilized oil is then again ready to be used in power transformers. 1. Fully automatic 24 hour continuous operation, enables unattended supervision 2. Oill foam will be eliminated quickly in the process of treatment 3. Oil spraying type with large vaporization surface in vacuum chamber 4. Utilization of low load heater to avoid oil deterioration in the process 5. All necessary control switch, light indicator and meter are equipped on the control panel which provides easy control for operation and supervision Removes water, trace water from oil Reduces combustible gases and oxygen Improves oil dielectric values Improves transformer power factor Extends oil service life Extends transformer service life and reliability Find more on

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