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How to Solve the Problem of Excessive Moisture and Foam in Turbine Oil?

Why is There a Lot of Water in Turbine Oil? 1.Main reasons: during the installation and operation of the steam turbine unit, water enters the turbine oil system due to various reasons such as the loose shaft seal of the unit, the low vacuum of the bearing box and oil tank, and the failure to…

What is Lube Oil Used for & What is Lube Oil Purifier?

What is Lube Oil Used For? Lubrication function Dry friction will happen when the engine is running if some friction elements are not adequately oiled. The heat generated by dry friction in a short time will melt the metal, causing damage to the machine parts and various failures. Therefore, it’s essential to properly lubricate the…

What is Transformer Oil Dehydration Process & Machine?

Transformer oil dehydration refers to the removal of moisture in new transformer oil or transformer oil that has deteriorated after long-term use. This article will introduce the transformer oil dehydration process and transformer oil dehydration machine. Why Do You Need Dehydration of Transformer Oil? In addition to the role of cooling and heat dissipation, the transformer…

Turbine Oil VS Hydraulic Oil

This article will analyze the differences between hydraulic oil and turbine oil in terms of definition, function, and precautions for use. The Difference Between the Definition of Turbine Oil and Hydraulic Oil: What is Hydraulic Oil? Hydraulic oil is a hydraulic medium used in hydraulic systems that utilize the pressure energy of liquids. What is…

What is Transformer Vacuum Pump for Transformer Drying?

The oil-immersed transformer is an important piece of equipment in modern power networks, and the safety of equipment operation has a direct impact on the power supply network. Insulation drying treatment affects the overall performance of oil-immersed transformers, so it is necessary to pay attention to the insulation drying process of oil-immersed transformers. In actual…

What is the Difference Between Vacuum Oil Purifier, Coalescing Oil Purifier and Vacuum Coalescing Oil Purifier?

Both vacuum oil purifier and coalescing and dehydration oil purifier are used to filter or purify the oil. In terms of technical principles and functions, there are certain differences between the two oil purifiers, and there are overlaps. Since both can achieve filtration dehydration, they are often confused. The difference between vacuum oil purifier, coalescing oil purifier,…

Can Transformer Oil be Used As Lubricating Oil?

Someone may confuse transformer oil and lubricating oil. In fact, the two oils are different and cannot be used interchangeably. This article will explain the difference between transformer oil and lubricating oil in detail. First of All, What Is Transformer Oil and What Is Its Role? Transformer oil is a kind of mineral oil obtained…

What is the Difference Between Vacuum Oil Purifier and Centrifugal Oil Purifier?

Both vacuum oil purifier and centrifugal oil purifier are oil purifiers, which can filter impurities and moisture in oil. However, there are many differences in terms of technical principles, application scenarios, etc. Before understanding the difference between vacuum oil purifier and centrifugal oil purifier, let’s first understand the similarities between them. What are the Similarities Between Vacuum Oil…

How to Fill Sf6 Gas in Circuit Breaker?

What is Sf6 Circuit Breaker? sf6 circuit breaker is a circuit breaker with SF6 gas as the insulating medium. GIS consists of circuit breakers, isolating switches, grounding switches, transformers, arresters, busbars, connectors, and outlet terminals. These components are all enclosed in a metal grounded shell, and filled with a certain pressure of SF6 insulating gas, so…

Sf6 Gas Recovery Equipment and SF6 Gas Evacuation and Refilling Unit

What is the Role of SF6 Gas? 1. Due to its excellent dielectric properties, the SF6 gas can insulate switchgear, circuit breakers, and disconnectors by extinguishing dangerous arcs. It can be used to achieve voltage electrical insulation, current interruption, and arc extinguishing in power transmission and distribution. 2. SF6 pressurized gas is used as an…

Can Waste Oil Be Recycled, How to Recycle Waste Oil?

Waste oil refers to oil purified or synthesized from crude oil, and then contaminated by physical or chemical impurities after use. Usually, during use, impurities such as water, dust, metal shavings, or other chemicals may mix with the oil. Oils that have been used as lubricating oils, hydraulic fluids, turbine oil, compressor oil, heat transfer fluids, and other…