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How To Perform Transformer Oil Leak Repairing Without Draining Oil?


The electric and power industry was helpless when customers bring their problems related to dielectric fluid and nitrogen gas leaks. In earlier years, it was common yet complex practice for transformer repairing centers to take leaking equipment out and drain the oil, fix the leakage issue and refill the equipment and check whether the issue is been resolved or not. When the issue remains unsolved, service provider needs to perform the process again.

But today, technology has introduced several innovations that help repairing these leaks without draining or depressurizing the faulty equipment using sealants to repair and fix leak points. The process of transformer leakage repairing varies depending up on the leakage type and location. Generally leaks are happen around the stem area of the radiator flapper valve. In case the leak occurs in lower location, the repairing is done inside the unit without oil drainage.

Distinct types of leaks repaired at service center:
  • Flapper valve packings
  • Cover plates and tap changers
  • Welds and threaded fittings
  • Flapper flanges and radiator flanges
  • Electrical bushing leaks
How repairing and on-site testing help enhancing transformer’s age?
Tests and checks help in enhancing performance and life of the transformer. It keeps you update about major and minor issues, so that you can fix them or get them repaired from the experts. The process of repairing is bit tough and makes you dirty. You need a professional to perform this job.

When you repair all the faults and errors and leak points, your transformer gives more output and works efficiently. You can also avail maintenance services from the vendor or providers nearby your location. Routine checkups and maintenance help in achieving high performance and efficiency and greater output.
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