Model: GC2010D Transformer Oil Dissolved Gas Analyzer
Transformer uses oil as coolant and insulator. Gases are formed within the transformer oil due to natural aging, faults from oxidation, vaporization, oil breakdown, electrolytic action or insulation decomposition. Because the transformer oil bathes each internal component, dissolved gases in the transformer oil contain lots of diagnostic information. Meanwhile, the transformer is very expensive to be replaced, so monitoring these gases is very important to know the current quality of transformer or even when the transformer should be removed from service before failure. Presence of each gas composition and its concentration indicates possible failure of transformer.
GC2010D measures dissolved gases in transformer oil. Conforms to ASTM D3612, IEC 60567.
Following dissolved gases in transformer oil can be analyzed
Single injection of sample, two columns and nitrogen(N2) as carrier gas, eight dissolved gas compounds - hydrogen(H2), oxygen(O2), carbon monoxide(CO), carbon dioxide(CO2), methane(CH4), ethane(C2H6), ethylene(C2H4) and acetylene(C2H2) - are analyzed.
Dual injections of samples, three columns and argon(Ar) as carrier gas, nine dissolved gas compounds - hydrogen(H2), oxygen(O2), nitrogen(N2), carbon monoxide(CO), carbon dioxide(CO2), methane(CH4), ethane(C2H6), ethylene(C2H4) and acetylene(C2H2) - are analyzed.
Minimum detection concentration (Unit: ppm)
TCD and FID detector;
Powerful detectors ensure the high sensitivity;
Easy to use, simple and intuitive user interface requires no training.
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