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How do oil coolers work

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    The oil-water cooler is actually a kind of heat exchanger, which has a good cooling effect. Compared with other coolers, because many customers tend to ignore a lot of details during use, everyone should read the following pieces of information carefully, and meet the following conditions, the oil-water cooler can work normally.

    The oil-water cooler is designed to have a high temperature of 30°C. There should be no debris and chemical corrosion components harmful to copper and iron in the water. The flow rate is stable and can be constantly controlled under the high allowable water pressure value required by the nameplate.

    The oil-water cooler and cooler group can operate normally at lower than the rated water flow, and the water flow can be adjusted according to the actual oil temperature during operation.

    The temperature of the hot oil drawn from the transformer does not exceed 70°C, the oil is dry and clean, and there is no gel or other inclusions that cause the oil circuit to block.

    The oil-water cooler should be cleaned and repaired regularly, and the pump should be clean and the motor should be well insulated.

    The operation mode of the cooler group should be arranged as a single unit, and spare coolers should be guaranteed. Except in emergency situations, spare coolers should not be used to ensure the reliability of power supply.

    When the transformer is lightly loaded or no-load, the cooler is maintained to operate normally, but the water supply can be reduced or stopped to maintain the internal oil circulation of the transformer and reduce the temperature difference.

When you use the oil-water cooler, you must ensure that the product is used in a suitable working environment. If you have any other questions, you can contact us or leave a message to us.


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