Oil Purification / Dehydration


     Today's state-of-the-art electrical equipment requires the need for a high degree of insulating fluid purification. Such requirements call for the removal of moisture, gases, solid particulate matter and traces of chemical contamination from the insulating fluid.


     Moisture content is recognized as one of the main causes of variation in the electrical properties of insulating materials, both from a chemical and physical point of view. Even in small amounts, moisture can accelerate the aging process.


     Under these circumstances, it is important to start initially at the factory with a dry insulation system and pure, dry and degasified dielectric liquid during transformer impregnation and the qualification tests. Later, the same care must be taken during installation in the field and after every maintenance check, requiring exposure of the insulating system to the environment.


    Our equipment is capable to upgrade new insulating liquids and reclaims used dielectric oils through filtration, vacuum dehydration, and degasification. These oil treatment machines are all equipped with 0.5-1.0 micron nominal filtration rating for the removal of particles.


     Over the years, we have invested in the equipment for Oil Activity from MAXEI France with below detailed list:

  • Oil filtration machines (from 3000L/hour to 20,000L/hour).
  • Vacuum pumps up to 1,250m3/hour.
  • Oil storage tanks (total oil storing capacity 200 m3).
  • Dielectric Breakdown voltage devices.
  • Karl fisher moisture meters.
  • Dissolved Gas analyzer.






*Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

    PCBs are highly regulated therefore insulating liquids that may contain PCBs should be tested to ensure proper handling and disposal. AGECO International FZE offers a testing service to quickly and accurately quantify the amount and determine the type of PCBs present in various insulating liquids and solids or other materials such as oils if any.



You can contact our administrative office to arrange a meeting or site visit by one of our specialist project engineers for the above need.