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Glass syringes and laboratory glass syringes

Date Added: September 06, 2015 07:12:55 PM
Author: Pal Sandhu
Category: Science and Technology: Alternative Energy and Power
Dissolved gas-in-oil analysis, performed in accordance with ASTM D3612 or IEC 60567, is by far the most frequently requested diagnostic test and the single most important test performed on transformer oil.

As the insulating materials of an electrical apparatus, such as a transformer, break down from excessive thermal or electrical stress, gaseous byproducts form. The byproducts are characteristic of the type of incipient-fault condition, the materials involved and the severity of the condition.

Indeed, it is the ability to detect such a variety of problems that makes this test such a powerful tool for detecting incipient-fault conditions and for root-cause investigations after failures have occurred.

Dissolved gases are detectable in low concentrations (ppm level), which usually permit early intervention before failure of the electrical apparatus occurs, and allow for planned maintenance.

To take the oil sample from the transformer; Tomopal Glass Syringes are used by many DGA testing labs. Tomopal glass syringes are custom fit (matched numbered), inside barrels are frosted to create a tight fit between the barrel and plunger.
Most Common Applications:
Glass syringes and laboratory glass syringes are used in many specialty procedures for laboratory & industrial applications such as: • 1.0 ml to 50 ml glass syringes are used for Environmental and chemical testing applications.

• 100.0 ml to 250.0 ml glass syringes are used for dispensing larger volumes of corrosive, and liquids.

• 500 ml to 1000 ml glass syringes are used for air sample work, infusion and pumps for liquid metering applications. For more information:
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