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Problems with the use of transformer cores

What is the transformer plastic core, plastic core there is any problem, this is what we need to consider.

Transformer plastic core is a power generation, power supply and electricity units widely used, a large number of electrical equipment. Our systematic analysis of the transformer, dynamic calculations, static assessment to determine the best way to run the economy and timely equipment updates, is to reduce power consumption.

Transformer glue core The principle of electromagnetic induction to change the AC voltage device, the main components are the primary coil, secondary coil and core (core). In electrical equipment and wireless circuits, commonly used for voltage, matching impedance, safety isolation.

The traditional practice of equipment renewal in our country has long been that only the old equipment has been worn to the point where it can not be used any more and the original equipment can not be restored through overhaul before replacing with the same equipment. However, the old and old transformers have been over-aged for a long time, resulting in more and more loss of electric energy and low efficiency, causing a great waste to society and hindering the progress of technology. Transformer update, we have to consider from the energy point of view, but also from the economic life of the equipment and intangible wear to consider. Transformers produced in the 1950s and 1960s, due to the impact of the production process, production materials and other aspects at that time, made it more energy-intensive than the transformers currently being produced.

As the three-phase transformer is a static device, the appearance of less loss, and a variety of material deterioration is not easy to observe, resulting in many companies that the long service life of the transformer, and give up the transformation of the transformer so that these high energy-consuming equipment in nature State of operation, and even run in harsh conditions. Some companies still believe that as long as a transformer can withstand the load, do not put into a second transformer, that this can reduce a transformer no-load loss; any small capacity transformer core can bear the load, not large Capacity transformer operation, that this can reduce the transformer loss rate. I do not know doing so is a serious violation of the economic operation of the transformer, mistakenly put a waste of savings.