Transorfilter RCID On-Line Dry-Out system for transformer oil and transformer cellulose insulation.
- Oil dehydration by water adsorption.
For On-line (ON LOAD) operation on energized power transformer.
- Gear pump capacity (variable): 0-6 l/min (max 360 l/h)
- Adsorption columns: min. 2 pcs á 25kg media
- Water holding capacity: approx. 5kg each column
- Remote monitoring of unit operation.
- Continual on-line direct reading sensors mounted on both inlet and outlet lines of the system. Display moisture contents (ppm) and oil temperature (°C) and indicate adsorbents saturation level.
- Safety package with remote alarming.
- Safe transformer operation during the drying process.
- Oil leakage, air ingress and high pressure sensors shut the solenoid valve off mounted on the bottom of transformer, trigger the alarm and remotely send information about kind of malfunction. This way the unit is isolated and does not jeopardize Transformer safe operation.
- Process is controlled and monitored via PLC-a, 7” HMI (Touch display), analogue and digital relays etc.
- Sound and visual alarm.
- Particle filter: 10 μm
- Design pressure: max. 6 bar
- Electric motor: 0,37 – 0,55 kW
- Power supply: 220V AC, 50Hz, 3.5A
- Delivered CE-marked.
Mobile / Stationary
The unit is equipped with wheels and can be easily moved at site. Can be placed stationary at a transformer for a very long time, or moved around between different objects.
Transorfilter RCID is a dry-out unit designed for safe continual unattended operation on energized transformers. Pump draws insulating oil from the lowest point of transformer tank, circulates it through columns with granulated synthetic adsorbents and sends it back to the tank. By this process insulating oil is dried out in a matter of hours or days creating disbalance in water content in cellulose and oil.
More than 99% of water in power transformers is stored in cellulose (solid) insulation and by maintaining this disbalance and due to the diffusion phenomenon, continual migration of water from paper to oil is secured. This way Transorfilter RCID indirectly, via oil, removes water from solid insulation. Cellulose drying process is gradual and non-invasive, so there is no risk of winding geometry change that would cause vibrations.
Classic drying methods like thermo-vacuum provide short-term results, as the oil is usually dries over shorter intervals and thus does not get rid of the water stored in the cellulose.
Change of adsorbents / columns
Level of adsorbents saturation is monitored by moisture sensors. Comparing inlet and outlet moisture content readings it is easy to determinate efficiency of adsorbents. When the columns are saturated, i.e. when the input ppm is very close to being the same as the output ppm, then the columns can be exchanged.
- Protective plastic cover
- Leakage detection dackage (DCH – Dual Containment Hoses)
- Moisture sensor package (Humidity sensor, HMI, PLC controlled)
- Solenoid valves
- Ethernet module
- GSM module