The cooling system uses a closed circulation of oil and water,water and air.
The dielectric loss in the cooling cycle system is supplemented bywater-replenishing tank.
The transformer oil enters the oil-water exchanger from the upper oil inlet pipe driven by the oil pump. After exchange with the medium anti-freezing liquid, the oil temperature is lowered and then enters the transformer from the lower oil outlet pipe.
The exchanged high-temperature medium anti-freeze liquid is driven by the water pump into the radiator copper tube of the roof by the water outlet pipe. Under the cooling of the fan, it goes through the copper tube and the fins to exchange heat with the air. The cooled medium enters into oil-water cooler tubes through the water outlet pipe to exchange with the transformer hot oil again.
Control Cabinets provide a secure and ergonomic enclosure, ensuring the safe operation of control systems while facilitating easy access for maintenance and troubleshooting.
Built with precision and quality in mind, Control Cabinets offer numerous advantages:
Superior Equipment Protection: Control Cabinets are constructed using robust materials that provide excellent resistance to environmental factors such as dust, moisture, and vibrations. They shield critical equipment from harsh conditions, ensuring reliable and safe operation in a wide range of industries.
Efficient Installation and Integration: These cabinets are designed for easy installation and integration of control equipment. With standardized DIN rail mounting and pre-wired internal modules, Control Cabinets simplify the process of equipment installation, saving time and reducing complexity.
Enhanced Cooling and Ventilation: Control Cabinets feature advanced cooling and ventilation systems to maintain optimal operating temperatures for control equipment. Effective heat dissipation ensures the longevity and reliability of sensitive components, preventing overheating and extending their lifespan.