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Transformer Oil Analysis

The routine condition monitoring of insulating oils in transformers is essential for a number of reasons, including:

 

Preventative maintenance
Compliance with environmental legislation
For insurance purposes

 

Testing the condition, chemical composition and quality are all essential to avoid unforeseen issues, serving an essential role in the upkeep of transformers, switchgears and tap-changers.

 

Whether mineral or silicone, small transformer or large, our easy to use analytical testing service gives our clients a clear, concise report listing recommended actions, giving you the tools you need to ensure reliable power distribution for your site, mitigating the risk of costly, and sometimes dangerous, unexpected failures.

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Physicals:

 

Electrical Breakdown

Water Content

Acidity

Colour

 

Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA)

Furan TestingĀ 

Polychlorinated Biphenyl Testing (PCBs)

 

Whilst the above techniques form the bulk of a conventional sample schedule and test-slate for transformer oil analysis, there are a number of other tests available:

 

Dissolved Metals
Fibre Content by Microscopy
Relative Density
Inhibitor Content
Lubricant Type Confirmation
Sludge and Varnish

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