The forced ventilation systems on board allow the transformer to maintain an optimal temperature increasing the safety of the system, even in the event of momentary higher loads.
The ventilation, integrated in the transformer plant, ensures a greater temperature control and allows a prompt intervention in case of sudden and overloaded changes.
It is always recommended to consider the environment in which the transformer cabin is located and pay attention to various aspects that influence the activity of a transformer and on which attention must be paid for the purpose of thermal control.
In particular, it is important to make sure that:
In many installations, the activation of the ventilation system on the machine is managed by the thermometric control unit, which activates the fans in relation to the temperature of the transformer. In order to optimize the transformer ventilation and the extraction of the air from the cabin, TECSYSTEM introduced in the NT935 ED16 and NT538 ED16 series:
The causes that can contribute to the increase of the transformer working temperature in most cases are not predictable, therefore the automatic ventilation systems are more and more often an optional which should be avoided.
Precisely because of the importance they have, it is also advisable to integrate them with devices capable of preserving their correct functioning over time and promptly reporting any breakdowns to the user.
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About ventilation, you will have the opportunity to discover interesting developments and innovations in the coming months. Stay Tuned!