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Regeneration systems typically remove the by-product of aging from used transformer oil. By-products that are known as secondary contamination are created as a result of natural aging of a transformer in service coupled with inadequate maintenance regimens. There are traditionally two approaches to the removal of these contaminants, either approach will result in the used oil being restored to ‘as new'.

The TORS series allows for customisation of the reactivation type of regeneration system. Larger systems are ideally suited to unattended tank farm operation, where there is practically no limit to the number of columns used and hence volume processed.

Life extension of a limited resource –

Regeneration technology has a long history which shows that recycled oil is as good as, if not better than new. The same oil that has been aged,regenerated, aged and regenerated 6 times shows no decrease in efficiency showing an effective lifetime for oil-in-use of over 100 years

Economically advantageous –

The price of purchasing regenerated oil is typically less than 80% of new oil and can be as low as 50%. Ancillary savings increment when considering there is no downtime when reclaiming on energised equipment.Replacement with new oil and hot oil flush requires equipment switch off

Control of strategic asset is retained –

Oil in use is an asset. Use of regeneration technology removes dependence on oil companies to deliver replacement supplies and isolates from wildly fluctuating external market prices

Extended life of expensive capital equipment –

In situ treatment of transformers dramatically reduces the aging effects on the transformer slowing down the processes that destroy the asset

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