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Subject: Re: high tension transformer

Date: 07/24/03 at 11:46 AM
Posted by: Mike Gray
E-mail: mike@amerytel.net
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In Reply to: high tension transformer posted by Mushtak Mohd on 07/24/03 at 3:05 AM:

My "guess" is that there are air bubbles in the insulating oil. When you change position, the bubbles move to a position that causes arcing, which would trip the circuit breaker. My suggestion is to have the oil replaced. As part of the process it also must be placed under vacuum to remove moisture and gasses before re-sealing the transformer. You would have to find an X-ray repair facility that has the equipment and the experience to perform this procedure.

Mike Gray
Amery X-ray, Inc.

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