Cast Resin - Dry Type Transformer 

The Dry-Type Transformers, with epoxy-encapsulated coils under vacuum, from DRY PLUS series, manufactured in up to 10MVA rated power, in the voltage classes up to 36.2kV, are recommended for application in industrial sub-stations, business centers, data centers and hospitals that require convenience, safety, performance and reliability in critical loads. They are compact and appropriate for applications in non-linear charges up to K Factor = 4. 

The Dry-Type Transformers, with epoxy-encapsulated coils under vacuum, from DRY TECH series, manufactured in up to 2MVA rated power, in the voltage classes up to 15kV, are recommended for application in industrial eletrical sub-stations and business centers, that require convenience, safety, performance and reliability. They are compact, manufactured with      advanced technology.

The Dry-Types Transformers, with epoxy-encapsulated coils under vacuum, from DRY SOLAR series, manufactured from 1,000 to 2,300KVA rated power, in 15.0, 24.2 and 36.2kV voltage classes, are specially created for applications in photovoltaic energy converters, able to support loads with harmonic distortions up to K Factor = 4, can also be provided, with electrostatic shielding and double secondary.

 

Os Transformadores Secos da série DRY UTILITIES, fabricados nas potências até 1000 kVA, nas classes de tensão até 36,2kV, desenvolvidos especialmente para atender as especificações das concessionárias de energia elétrica, são Transformadores de Eficiência Energética, possuem baixas perdas que ao serem capitalizadas pelo tempo de vida do Transformador reduzem substancialmente o custo total de compra do equipamento, pois o consumo de energia elétrica passa a ser muito menor.

 

The Dry-Type Transformers, with epoxy-encapsulated coils under vacuum, from DRY UTILITIES series, manufactured in up to 1MVA rated power, in the voltage classes up to 36.2kV, specially developed to meet the electric power concessionaires' specifications, are the Energy Efficiency Transformers. They have low losses, which, when capitalized by the Transformer's shelf life, substantially reduce the total cost of equipment purchase, because the electric power consumption becomes much lower, in comparison with a conventional Transformer.