Constructional features of Standard Vacuum Transformer Oil Conditioning Plant of HAMSA
Our Insulating Oil Filters are designed for the efficient treatment of insulating oil used in transformers, switch gears, substations and switching stations. These filters perform filtration, dehydration in medium vacuum environment. The plants are available with capacities varying from 255, 600, 1200 and 2400 L per hour and are available either as semi mobile or fully mobile units. Our Insulating Oil Filter Plants are designed for continuous trouble free operation and are suitable for out door use under all types of climatic conditions. Only clean oil can pass between the paper discs and all the solid matter is retained at the outer surface of the columns. The clean oil passes along the pack rod guide and springs into the vacuum receiver, where it is subjected to a vacuum of about 68 cm. Hg at sea level. The water vapor, air and other gases are being drawn and discharged out by the vacuum pump. A thermostat is provided in the heater chamber by which the required temperature is maintained automatically. The pumps have a common drive from an electric motor. Direction of rotation of motor shaft must be anticlockwise looking from the shaft end.