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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OIL-IMMERSED TRANSFORMERS AND DRY-TYPE TRANSFORMERS?

Oil-immersed transformer is a new type of high-performance transformer. Oil is used as the main insulation method of the transformer. The main components are composed of iron core, winding, radiator, etc., and are widely used in the power industry. Dry-type transformer is a transformer whose iron core and windings are not immersed in insulating oil. It is mainly composed of iron core and coil. It has the advantages of strong short-circuit resistance, small size and low noise.

The differences between oil-immersed transformers and dry-type transformers include:

1. Different packaging forms

2. Different lead forms

3. Different capacity and voltage

4. Different insulation and heat dissipation

5. Different applicable places

6. Different load bearing capacity


Post time: Jul-29-2022