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4 сентября 2020 г. 12:35

Oil regeneration equipment regenerates oil in steps 4 views 0 replies

Most power equipment is using transformer oil for its dielectric properties for cooling, insulating, and protecting the active parts. Transformer oils are highly refined oils that consist mainly of a mixture of hydrocarbons. Over time, oxidation by-products start to form in the oil. Increases in oxidation by-products result in the increase of acidity (neutralization number) and decrease the interfacial tension of the oil. At this stage, sludge starts to form, and oil is losing its dielectric properties because it is getting old. To prevent further deterioration of oil and possible damage to the active part of the transformer, the oil needs to be regenerated. The transformer Oil Regeneration Machine regenerates oil in steps.

 

At the inlet of the equipment, oil is filtered through a coarse filter to prevent any particles from entering the equipment. It is then heated to the desired temperature to elevate the regeneration effect. After the oil has been heated, it enters the back section of the equipment. Oil is pumped through the back section which houses columns with sorbent media. It is in this section where the oil is stripped of impurities and aging by-products.
Oil is then pumped through a vacuum breaking valve into the degassing section where it is dehydrated and degassed. Treated oil is then pumped back to the transformer by the outlet pump. After a given period, sorbent in the back section of the equipment achieves full saturation and is no longer able to regenerate oil. At this stage, the sorbent needs to be reactivated (restored to its original state) to be able to regenerate oil again. The reactivation stage starts by draining the columns in the back section of saturated oil. After the oil has been drained, a vacuum is created and maintained throughout the whole reactivation process in the back section. Then by selective use of heating elements on the top parts of individual columns, the reactivation process is initiated. During the process, the impurities are removed from the sorbent which restores it to its original state. This entire process can be repeated many times until the sorbent starts to lose its properties and needs to be replaced.

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