Class F Dry Type Transformers

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Oil-filled transformers have traditionally been the most commonly used option in electrical grids, but a number of issues in relation to the environment, fire hazards, control of leaks and general maintenance, have led to the evolution and increased use of dry-type transformers in areas such as shopping malls, public buildings, hospitals, tunnels, banks, ships, mining, subways (metro), oil platforms and, in general, sites that are generally open to the public. Dry-type transformers are encapsulated in an epoxy resin and can be used even at high humidity and pollution levels, eliminating the risk of fire and emission of harmful and toxic substances. They are fully manufactured with flame-retardant and self-extinguishing insulating materials.