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SUBMITTAL DOCUMENT

APPENDIX

CONTRACT : 220kV & 66kV Development 2007 - 2011


66KV SUBSTATIONS TRANSFORMERS

CONTRACT No. : 4605/2008/3100


SUBMISSION NUMBER : 4605/DS/001_A DATE : 20.08.2009

DESCRIPTION : Desing Submittal of 30 MVA Transformers

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Elektromotoren und
Gerätebau Barleben GmbH

Transformer Protection Relays


(Buchholz Principle)
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Content

Item No. Heading Page

Firm’s history 3

Preface 3

1. Design features 4

2. Function 6

3. Tests 7

4. Type list 8

4.1. Single-float Buchholz relays with thread connection 8

4.2. Single-float Buchholz relays with flange connection 8

4.3. Single-float Buchholz relays - possible switching system designs 9

4.4. Double-float Buchholz relays with thread connection 10

4.5. Double-float Buchholz relays with flange connection (round) 11

4.6. Double-float Buchholz relays with flange connection (square) 13

4.7. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions 13


according to former Chinese norm

4.8. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions 14


according to French norm

4.9. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions 15


according to British standard

4.10. Double-float Buchholz relays - possible switching system designs 16

5. Technical data 20

6. Special designs 21

6.1. Explanations to identif. no. 32 22

6.2. Explanations to identif. no. 60 22

7. Ordering data 23

8. Additional devices for Buchholz relays 24

9. Further protection devices 27

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Firm’s history Preface
Since its foundation the company has been The Buchholz relay was developed in 1921 by Max
passed through an eventful history with regard Buchholz, Oberrat at the Prussian Electric supply
to ownership, affiliation and connected with this company - PLC in Kassel. Since that time it has been an
changes of firm names. important protection and monitoring device for liquid-
cooled transformers and choke coils. It is known for its
easy operation, high reliability, maintenance-free
operation and extremely long life.
1863 Foundation of the company
The Buchholz relay is built in the cooling cycle of the
as sugar factory
appliances to be protected and responds in the event of
troubles like gas accumulation, loss as well as high flow
1943 Establishment of SIEMENS
of the insulation liquid. For transformers with hermetical
Magdeburg
closure by means of a membrane (rubber sack) in the
expansion tank Buchholz relays can be used also as
1948 VEB1 Elektromotorenwerk
indicating device (“Air Cell Failure Relay”) of this
Barleben; VEM
membrane.
(state-owned firm)
The company has had for more than 50 years experience
1951 VEB1 Starkstromanlagenbau in producing Buchholz relays and other protection
Magdeburg devices for liquid-cooled appliances. It ranks among the
(state-owned firm) most distinguished manufacturers of this kind of
equipment. Experiences collected and profound know-
1951 Start of manufacturing how are the sound basis for a high product quality.
Buchholz relays at site References from reputed transformer manufacturers and
in Barleben further users are proof of the high level of the products.
The company is ISO 9001/2000 certified.
1970 VEB1 Elektrotechnik und
Gerätebau Magdeburg; The staff of highly qualified engineers and experienced
EGEM skilled workers do their best to guarantee top quality
(state-owned firm) high-precision products.

1980 VEB1 Kombinat The mechanical working of the casings is done on


Elektromaschinenbau Dresden modern CNC-controlled machine tools. The final tests,
VEB1 Elektromotorenwerk where all the functions of the Buchholz relays are
Barleben; VEM; ELMO checked, are done with each device by using special test
(state-owned firm) equipment. Each device is delivered with a test
certificate.
1990 VEM Antriebstechnik AG The type diversity of the Buchholz relays is tailored to
Dresden norms and standards as well as to special customer
Elektromotorenwerk Barleben demands. EMB-Buchholz relays are in compliance with
GmbH; VEM; ELMO EN 50216.
(public limited company)
The type of relay to be used depends on nominal rating
1993 Elektromotoren und and construction features of appliance to be protected.
Gerätebau Barleben GmbH; Our range of products permits optimum adaptation to
EMB actual requirements.
(privately owned company)
Buchholz relays may be used in open-air or also in indoor
equipment.

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VEB = nationally owned firm

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1. Design features

Casing
(Figures 1A and 1B)
The casing is a weather-resistant
casting of light alloy and is provided
with a paint coat. It is supplied either
with screwed or flanged ends (1).
The variants of casings are shown
under para. 4, further are possible on
request.
The casing has sightglasses (2) for
inspection of function of the switching
systems. The sightglasses with scale 2
divisions permit reading of collected
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gas volume.
1
The relays can be equipped with lids
(3, may be folded up) before the Figure 1A: casing with
sightglasses. flange connection
Figure 1B: casing with
thread connection

Cover (Figure 2)
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The cover is a weather-resistant casting
of light alloy and is provided with a paint
7 coat. Terminal box (1), test valve (2) and
5 test key, covered by a cap nut (3) as well
as a plate for operation of the test key (4)
are arranged above the cover. The
terminal box has an earthing contact (5)
9 and at most eight electrical connectors
9
(6). By the number of these connectors
6 the design of the switching systems
concerning kind and quantity of the
1 magnet contact tubes is determined.
The aluminium cap (7) seals the terminal
box. If the cap is opened the contact
setting (8) can be seen. The cable may
3 be optionally brought in through one of
2 both cable glands (9).
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Figure 2: cover with dismantled cap

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Switchgear (Figures 3A and 3B)

The switchgear has the following main components:


- Switching system
- Carrier, frame
- Mechanical testing device.
Whereas the single-float Buchholz relay has only one switching system, the double-float Buchholz relay
has an upper and a lower switching system. Permanent magnet and float are rigidly linked forming an unit
that is movably fitted to the frame together with mechanical testing device and magnet contact tube(s).

Switchgear of a single-float
Buchholz relay:

float (1)
permanent magnet(s) (2)
one or more magnet contact tube(s) (3)
frame (4)
mechanical testing device (5)
damper (6)
1
5 The damper is hold by permanent magnets.
2
6 3

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Figure 3A: Switchgear of a single-float
Buchholz relay

Switchgear of a double-float
Buchholz relay:

upper float (1)


lower float (1a)
permanent magnet(s) for upper float (2)
permanent magnet(s) for lower float (2a)
one or more magnet contact tube(s) for
upper switching system (3)
one or more magnet contact tube(s) for 1
lower switching system (3a)
frame (4) 5
2
mechanical testing device (5)
damper (6)
3
The damper is hold by permanent magnets and acts
on the lower switching system. 6 3a

4 1a

2a

Figure 3B: Switchgear of a double-float


Buchholz relay

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2. Function

In the following the operation of a Buchholz relay is explained using the example of a double-float
Buchholz relay. The relay is built in the connecting pipe between the transformer tank and the
conservator. During normal operation it is filled completely with insulating liquid. Due to buoyancy the
floats are at their top position. If a fault occurs inside the transformer, the Buchholz relay responds as
follows:

Gas accumulation (Figure 4)

Fault: Free gas is available in the insulating


liquid.
Gas
Response: The gas in the liquid moves
upwards, accumulates in the Buchholz relay
and displaces the insulating liquid level. The Oil
moving float actuates a switch contact (magnet
contact tube). An alarm signal is tripped.
The lower float is not affected as from a certain
gas volume the gas flows through a piping to
the conservator.
Figure 4: Gas accumulation

Insulating liquid loss (Figure 5)

Fault: Insulating liquid loss due to leakage.


Response: As the liquid level falls the top float
moves downward. An alarm is tripped. If the
liquid loss continues, conservator and piping as Air
well as the Buchholz relay will be emptied.
As the liquid level falls, the lower float moves Oil
downward. The moving float actuates a switch
contact so that the transformer is disconnected.

Figure 5: Insulating liquid loss

Insulating liquid flow (Figure 6)

Fault: A spontaneous incident generates a


pressure wave moving in the direction of the
conservator.
Response: The liquid flow reaches a damper Oil
arranged in the liquid flow. If the flow rate
exceeds the operating threshold of the damper,
the latter moves in flow direction. Due to this
movement a switch contact is actuated so that
the transformer is disconnected.
Figure 6: Insulating liquid flow

The upper and lower switching system form a functional unit in the single-float Buchholz relay. In case
of a fault, the single-float Buchholz relay normally isolates the transformer immediately from the mains
system.

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3. Tests
To each Buchholz relay a works-number is given mentioned in the test certificate. Furthermore the
tests made with each Buchholz relay are documented in the test certificate.

- Dielectric strength test


(AC 2000 V against casing)
- Leakage test
(25 min with 80o C warm Transformer oil at 0.25 MPa)
- Functional test
(damper setting, switching systems)

The Buchholz relays are delivered in transport


cardboards. In the cap nut of the test key there is a
temporary lock for the switching system. This temporary
lock has to be removed before the device is taken into
operation.

With each device we deliver


in the agreed language:

- operating instructions
- test certificate.
DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 certificate

Flow test Functional and leakage test

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4. Type list
4.1. Single-float Buchholz relays with thread connection
Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for
Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

01 Connection
(AG 25) thread 25 - - - - 16 185 170 62 3.1 < 1600 KVA

(CG 25) G 11/2 “

4.1.1. Type 01
170

250
300
350

3
cm

f
d1
l
G 11/ 2"

4.2. Single-float Buchholz relays with flange connection


Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for
Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

02
Flange
(AF 25/6) 4-holes 25 100 75 60 12 12 185 195 62 3.6 <1600 KVA

(-)
03
Flange
(AF 25/10) 4-holes 25 115 85 68 14 16 200 205 62 4.0 < 1600 KVA

(-)
25
Flange
(AF 25) 4-holes 25 100 75 -- 12 10 160 195 62 3.3 < 1600 KVA

(-)

4.2.1. Type 02, 03, 25


1 70

250
300
350

cm3

f d1
l d4
d3
d2

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4.3. Single-float Buchholz relays – possible switching system designs

As switching elements are used magnet contact tubes. There are normally-closed (NC), normally-
open (NO) or change-over (CO) versions.
For coding of the switching system version see point 7. ordering data, page 23.
The magnet contact tube version is coded by the last figure of the ordering number.

...01 ...02 ...03 ...04 ...05 ...06


1 NO 1 NC 2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC 1 CO
13 11
13 23 11 21 13 11 1

14 12 14 24 12 22 14 12 2 4

...07 ...08 ...09


2 CO 1 NO and 1 CO 1 NC and 1 CO
21 11 23 11 21 11

22 24 12 14 24 12 14 22 12 14

Explanation of symbols: not occupied

Example: coding „ ...0 6 “

magnet contact tube version (1CO)

1
1 1 change-over Note:
(CO) --- Graphical symbol with
terminal marking The switching systems is shown in
its normal position, i.e. with the
2 4 Buchholz relay filled completely
with insulating liquid corresponding
to trouble-free operation of the
device to be monitored.
Terminal assignment
---
in terminal box

A plate showing the connection diagram and the terminal assignment is arranged inside the
cover of each Buchholz relay delivered by EMB.

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4.4. Double-float Buchholz relays with thread connection

Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for


Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

Connection
04 thread
(BG 25) 25 - - - - 16 185 235 90 4.2 < 5000 KVA

(DG 25) 1
G 1 /2 “

Connection
21 thread
(BG 25 S) 25 - - - - 16 185 235 90 3.6 < 5000 KVA

(-) 1
G 1 /2 “

4.4.1. Type 04
170

250
300
350

cm 3

l d1

G11 /2"

4.4.2. Type 21
1 50

250
300
350

3
cm

d1
l

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4.5. Double-float Buchholz relays with flange connection (round)

Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for


Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

05
Flange
(BF 25/6) 4-holes 25 100 75 60 12 12 185 235 90 4.4 < 5000 KVA

(-)

06
(BF 25/10) Flange
(DR 25) 4-holes 25 115 85 68 14 18 200 235 90 4.8 <5000 KVA

23
Flange
(BF25/10S) 4-holes 25 115 85 68 14 18 200 235 90 4.4 < 5000 KVA

(-)

07
Flange > 5000 KVA
(BF 50/6) 4-holes 50 140 110 90 14 12 185 235 80 4.6
< 10000 KVA
(-)

08
Flange > 5000 KVA
(BF 50/10) 4-holes 50 165 125 102 18 16 195 250 80 5.9
< 10000 KVA
(DR 50)

09
Flange
(BF 80/10) 4-holes 80 200 160 138 18 15 195 265 80 6.2 > 10000 KVA

(-)

09-26.
Flange 18
(BF80/10/8) 8-holes 80 200 160 138
M16
15 195 265 80 6.2 > 10000 KVA

(DR 80)

24
Flange
(BF 80/6) 4-holes 80 190 150 130 18 15 195 260 80 6.0 > 10000 KVA

(-)

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4.5.1. Type 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 24

4.5.2. Type 23
1 50

250
300
350

cm3

f d1
l d4
d3
d2

4.5.3. Type 09-26.


17 0

250
300
350 M 16

cm3

f
l d1
d4
d3
d2

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4.6. Double-float Buchholz relays with flange connection (square)
Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for
Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 b d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

10 Flange
(BF 80/Q) square
4-holes
80 125 132 - 18 20 200 235 80 5.0 > 10000 KVA

(DQ 80)

4.6.1. Type 10

4.7. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions


according to former Chinese norm
Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for
Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
DIN-design. (mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 b d3 d4 d5 f l h1 h2

63 Flange
(BC 80) square
4-holes
80 160 160 - 18 15 185 245 80 5.0 > 10000 KVA

(QJ-80)

Suited for connecting to Chinese butterfly valves (square flange). Further types on request.

4.7.1. Type 63

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4.8. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions


according to French norm

Type code no. Mode of DN Flange Device weight Suited for


Works-design. connection of pipe dimensions dimensions (kg) transformer
(mm) (mm) (mm) ratings of
d1 d2 d3 d5 f l h1 h2

41 Flange
(NF 25) 4-holes 25 115 85 14 8 240 235 90 4.2 < 5000 KVA

42 Flange >5000 KVA


(NF 50) 4-holes 50 165 125 18 11 240 250 80 5.1
< 10000 KVA

43 Flange
(NF 80) 4-holes 80 200 160 18 11 240 265 80 5.5 > 10000 KVA

4.8.1. Type 41, 42, 43

1 50

250
300
350

cm 3

f
d1
240
d3
d2

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4.9. Double-float Buchholz relays with geometrical flange dimensions
according to British standard

Type code no. Mode of DN Flange dimensions Device dimensions weight Suited for
Works-design. connection of pipe (mm) (mm) (kg) transformer
(inch) (inch)
(mm) ratings of
d2 d3 d5 f l h1 h2 h3
(inch)
d1

Flange
51 - 72 M10 127 235 90 80
(BS 25)
square 25 - 2.83 M10
-
5 9.25 3.54 3.15
3.7 < 5000 KVA
4-holes

52 Flange 140 110 12 12 185 235 80 80 > 5000 KVA


(BS 50) 6-holes 50 5.51 4.33 0.47 0.47 7.28 9.25 3.15 3.15
4.8
< 10000 KVA

53 Flange 160 130 12 13 185 240 80 80


(BS 80) 6-holes 80 6.30 5.12 0.47 0.51 7.28 9.45 3.15 3.15
5.0 > 10000 KVA

4.9.1. Type 51

4.9.2. Type 52, 53

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4.10. Double-float Buchholz relays - possible switching system designs

As switching elements are used magnet contact tubes. There are normally-closed (NC), normally-
open (NO) or change-over (CO) versions.
For coding of the switching system version see point 7. ordering data, page 23.
The switching system version is coded by the last two figures of the ordering number.

...11 BS 25...11 ...12 ...13 ...14 ...15


Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO

13 13 13 13 13 13

14 14 14 14 14 14

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


1 NO 1 NO 1 NC 2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC

23 23 11 23 33 11 21 23 11

12 24 34 12 22 24 12
24 24

...16 ...17 ...19 ...21 ...22


Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NC 1 NC

23 13 13 11 11

14 12 12
24 14

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


1 CO 2 CO 3 NO 1 NO 1 NC

11 21 31 13 21
23 33 43

22 24 32 34
24 34 44
12 14 14 22

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...23 ...24 ...25 ...26 ...27 ...31
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
1 NC 1 NC 1 NC 1 NC 1 NC 1 CO
11 11 11 21 11 21

12 12 12 22 12 22 24

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC 1 CO 2 CO 1 NO
13 23 21 31 13 21 13
11 21 31

22 24 32 34
14 24 22 32 14 22 12 14 14

...32 ...33 ...34 ...35 ...36 ...41


Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
1 CO 1 CO 1 CO 1 CO 1 CO 2 NO

21 21 21 21 21 13 23

22 24 22 24 22 24 22 24 22 24 14 24

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


1 NC 2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC 1 CO 1 NO
11 33 43 31 41 13 11 11 33

12 34 44 32 42 14 12
12 14 34

14 13 34 33

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...42 ...43 ...44 ...45 ...46 ...51


Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
2 NO 2 NO 2 NO 2 NO 2 NO 1 NC and 1 NO

13 23 13 23 13 23 13 23 23 33 11 13

14 24 14 24 14 24 14 24 24 34 12 14

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


1 NC 2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC 1 CO 1 NO
33 43 11 21 33 11
11 11 23

34 44 12 22 34 12
12 12 14 24

...52 ...53 ...54 ...55 ...56


Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm
1 NC and 1 NO 1 NC and 1 NO 1 NC and 1 NO 1 NC and 1 NO 1 NC and 1 NO
11 13 11 13 11 13 21 23
11 13

12 14 12 14 12 14 22 24
12 14

Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection Disconnection


1 NC 2 NO 2 NC 1 NO and 1 NC 1 CO

21 23 33 21 31 23 21 11

24 34 22 32 24 22 12 14
22

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Magnet contact tube version
Explanation of symbols: Upper switching system - Alarm

Example: coding „ ...1 2 “

Magnet contact tube version


Lower switching system - Disconnection

13
Alarm
1 NO
14
--- Graphical symbol with
terminal marking
11
Disconnection
1 NC
12

Terminal assignment
---
in terminal box

Note:
The switching systems are shown in their normal position, i.e. with the Buchholz relay filled
completely with insulating liquid corresponding to trouble-free operation of the device to be
monitored.

A plate showing the connection diagram and the terminal assignment is arranged
inside the cover of each Buchholz relay delivered by EMB.

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5. Technical data

The technical data listed in table 1 are valid for all Buchholz relays manufactured by EMB.
More options are mentioned in table 2 on page 21. These additional special designs should be coded
with the relevant identification number when ordering Buchholz relays.

Table 1

Parameter Data Notes

Nominal voltage AC 230 V 12 V to 250 V


DC 230 V 12 V to 250 V
Nominal current AC 2 A 0.05 A to 2 A
DC 2 A 0.05 A to 2 A
Contact voltage capacity AC 1000 V --
Insulation voltage capacity AC 2000 V Contact against casing
Temperature range:
- ambient temperature -40oC to +55o C Climate acc. to
-40o F to +131o F DIN EN 60068-2-78: 2002-09
- working range
* temperature of the insulation liquid -40oC to +115oC Others on request
-40o F to +239o F

* viscosity of the insulation liquid < 1100 mm2/s


Shock resistance class 4M6

- Earthquake / Vibration 2g (peak value) frequency --


range 2Hz to 200 Hz

- Impact 25g / shock duration 11 ms --


Resistance to pressure 0.25 MPa --
Resistance to vacuum < 2.5 kPa --
Insensitivity to 25 mT --
magnetic fields
Switching system:
- Number of switching contacts per
switching system 1 More on request
- Switching contact magnet contact tube --
- damper hold by magnets --
- Response time of damper < 0.1 s --

Response of switching system in


case of:
- Gas accumulation 200 cm3 to 300 cm3 --

- Flow of insulation liquid


nominal diameter (DN) 25 mm 1.00 m/s + 15%
Others on request
nominal diameter (DN) 50 mm 1.00 m/s + 15%
Please see also ordering data
nominal diameter (DN) 80 mm 1.00 m/s + 15% or on page 23.
1.50 m/s + 15% or
2.00 m/s + 15%
Cable gland M 20x1.5 Others on request
Nominal installation position 1o ascending towards 0o to 5o
expansion vessel
Degree of protection IP 54 Others on request

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Table 2

Explanation Identif. no.

Insulation liquid silicone oil* 20


Insulation liquid based on esther * 21

Climatic version (extreme frigidal open-air climates below -40°C) * 34


Climatic version (sea climate) * 36

Degree of protection IP 56 38
Degree of protection IP 66 39

Special design approved by RWE, Germany 24


With premounted Harting connector 59

Casing colour RAL 7001 (silver-grey) * 41


Casing colour RAL 7012 (basalt-grey) * 42
Casing colour RAL 7022 (umber-grey) * 43
Casing colour RAL 7033 (cement-grey) * 44
Casing colour RAL 7038 (agate-grey) * 45
Casing colour RAL 7035 (light-grey) * 46
Casing colour RAL 7016 (anthracite-grey) * 47
Casing colour RAL 9002 (grey-white) * 48
Casing colour RAL 7032 (siliceous-grey) * 49

Upper switching system equipped with two magnet contact tubes 35


Lower switching system equipped with two magnet contact tubes 25
Upper and lower switching system each equipped with two magnet contact tubes 33
Lower switching system equipped with three magnet contact tubes 99

Testing of the switching systems by means of compressed-air and test key 32


Damper hold in response position 23
With oil drain plug (only double-float Buchholz relays) 28

Special request (on special agreement with customer) 29

NM series – Buchholz relay with analog measurement of the gas volume 60

* These identification numbers you can use also for ordering gas sampling device ZG 1.2.

Casing colour: two-component polyurethane-based structural coating

Attention: For constructional reasons the following special designs are not combined possible in
the same device:

identif.no. with identif. no. identif.no. with identif. no.


23 32 99 23
23 33 99 32
32 33 99 33
32 25 99 35
32 35

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6.1. Explanations to identif. no. 32


For Buchholz relays of special design (identif. no. 32), the
2 3 1 mechanical function of the two switching systems can be tested
by means of test button (1), and the upper switching system
(alarm) can be tested by pumping in air via the test valve (2)
using a suitable test pump. Additionally, the switching system
can be tested pneumatically. To this end, air is supplied via an
air supply nipple (3) provided with a check valve.
Pneumatic test of the upper switching system (alarm)
using compressed air:
Air is introduced slowly into the Buchholz relay until the alarm
contact is tripped when the upper float is lowered.
4 Pneumatic test of the lower switching system
(disconnection) using compressed air:
Through the air supply nipple and the pipe (4) air is applied
suddenly to the damper. When the damper responds the
disconnection contact is tripped. The response value of the
damper is not checked.
After any test using air, bleed the Buchholz relay through the
test valve (2).

The functional test using compressed air results from British Standard B.E.B.S. T2 of 1966.

6.2. Explanations to identif. no. 60

The principal construction of the Buchholz relay with


floats and damper as well as their electro-mechanical
functions have been maintained. Buchholz relays of
series NM are equipped additionally with a
capacitive sensor (1). The sensor is installed in the
cover of the Buchholz relay. The cover of the terminal 1
box accommodates the electronic amplifier of the
measuring unit. Sensor and amplifier are connected
by a cable connector. The measured value is based
on capacitance variation of the sensor caused by
variation of the insulating liquid level in the Buchholz
relay.

Analog measurement of the gas volume is possible 350


between 50 cm3 and 300 cm3. Lower gas volumes
cannot be measured reliably because of high 300

inaccuracies. Measurements beyond this range are


[cm³]
volumeinin[cm³]

250

not necessary as in this case the upper switching 200


system will respond. Besides, the construction of the
Gasvolume

Buchholz relay (larger gas volumes escape towards 150

the expansion tank) does not allow such


Gas

100

measurements. The operating point of the upper 50


switching system (upper float) is a gas volume of
200-300 cm3. 0
0 5 10 15 20
Output signal of the messuring unit [mA]
Further information:
“Technical information and operating instructions
Transformer Protection Relay
(Buchholz principle) Series NM”

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7. Ordering data
For placing orders, please, use the following key:

Single-float Buchholz relays Double-float Buchholz relays

XX - XX ... XX .- X 0 X XX - XX ... XX .- XX X X
Type code no. Type code no.
(see para. 4) (see para. 4)

Special design
Special design (see table 2)
(see table 2) (There are several
(There are several identif. no. possible,
identif. no. possible, always separated by
always separated by a dot.)
a dot.)

Damper setting (m/s) Damper setting (m/s)


1= 0.65 01 = 0.65 11 = 1.20
2 = 1.00 02 = 1.00 12 = 1.25
3 = 1.50 03 = 1.50 13 = 1.30
04 = 2.00 14 = 1.40
05 = 2.50 15 = 1.80
06 = 3.00
0 = not occupied

Contact setting of upper


Contact setting of switching system
switching system (alarm)
1 = one NO-contact 1 = one NO-contact
2 = one NC-contact 2 = one NC-contact
3 = two NO-contacts 3 = one CO-contact
4 = two NC-contacts 4 = two NC-contacts
5 = one NO- and one 5 = one NO- and one
NC-contact NC-contact
6 = one CO-contact
7 = two CO-contacts Contact setting of lower
8 = one NO- and one switching system
CO-contact (disconnection)
9 = one NC- and one
1 = one NO-contact
CO-contact
2 = one NC-contact
3 = two NO-contacts
4 = two NC-contacts
5 = one NO- and
one NC-contact
6 = one CO-contact
7 = two CO-contacts

9 = three NO-contacts

For possible switching designs, please, see for single- Important remark:
float Buchholz relays on page 9 and for double-float NO = normally-open contact
Buchholz relays on page 16-18. NC = normally-closed contact
CO = change-over contact

Ordering example:
Buchholz relay 10-25.28.44.-0313 10 = double-float Buchholz relay type 10 (BF 80/Q)
25 = lower switching system equipped with 2 magnet contact tubes
28 = oil drain plug
44 = colour RAL 7033
03 = damper setting of 1.50 m/s
1 = contact setting of upper switching system - 1 NO-contact
3 = contact setting of lower switching system - 2 NO-contacts

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8. Additional devices for Buchholz relays


designation description

ZG 1.2. Gas sampling device

The gas sampling device is mounted at the transformer


and connected to the Buchholz relay by means of a pipe.
It allows to sample the relay gas at normal operating level.
The length of the tube (pipe) will be as requested by
costumer. The device can be delivered with a lockable box

Technical data:
Gas outlet opening: R 1/8“ others on request
Oil outlet opening: R 1/8“ others on request
Viscosity of the insulation liquid: <1100 mm²/s
Temperature of the insulation liquid: -40°C to +115°C others on request
Ambient temperature: -40°C to +55°C others on request
Weight without tubing: 2.2 kg

Tubing dimensions: Ø 6x1 copper tubing others on request


Tubing length: < 15 m others on request

Dimensions:

Ordering data:
90 XX ... XX . X XX,XXm
type code special design 0 = without box tubing length
for ZG 1.2. (see table 2, page 21) 1 = with box in meter
(There are several
identif. no. possible,
always separated by
a dot.)

Ordering example:
Gas sampling device 90-34.44.-0-10,50m 90 = ZG 1.2.
34 = extreme frigidal open-air climates below -40°C
44 = colour RAL 7033
0= without box
10,50m = tubing length of 10,50 m

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designation description

ZG 3.1. Gas testing device

The gas testing device is used to test the gas accumulated


in the Buchholz relay. It can be installed directly on the test
valveof the Buchholz relay or on the gas outlet tap of the
gas sampler. The Buchholz gas flows through two different
chemical solutions and their colour reactions allows
conclusions with regard to the type of fault.

Testing by means of the gas testing device is no


substitution for a chromatographic analysis.

Ordering data: ZG 3.1.

Reflux lock
ZG 4.1.
The device prevents that the insulation liquid gets into the
Gas testing device. The device is arranged between the
Buchholz relay or gas sampling device and gas testing device.

Ordering data: ZG 4.1.

ZG 5.1. Test pump


ZG 5.2.
The test pump (manual or pedal operated) serves to check
the function of the upper switching system (warning) of the
Buchholz relay by pumping in air. The test can be performed
directly on the Buchholz relay. For that purpose, the test pump
is connected to the test valve of the Buchholz relay.
When the test is performed with the help of the gas sampling
devise, the test pump is connected to the gas outlet tap
of the gas sampling devices.

Ordering data: ZG 5.1.


ZG 5.2.

ZG 6.1. Oil sampling device

The oil sampling device is connected with the Buchholz relay


via a pipe and serves to take oil samples from the Buchholz
relay (suitable for Buchholz relays with oil drain plug).
The pipe is supplied as requested by customer.

Ordering data: ZG 6.1.

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designation description

Buchholzgas - Sampler
BGS The Buchholz gas sampler serves to safely take and
Transport gas samples from the Buchholz relay or the
gas sampling device. Its capacity is 100 ml. The gas
sampled can be stored up to five days.

Ordering data: BGS

Buchholzgas - Tester
BGT The Buchholz gas tester serves to measure the hydrogen
concentration of the Buchholz gases. Measurement can be
performed directly on site. For any other gas testing equipment,
please, contact us.

Ordering data: BGT

For any other information, please, ask for special reference material.

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9. Further protection devices

designation description

ÜRF 25 Monitoring relay for tap changer

The monitoring relay for the tap changers or oil flow


ÜRF 25/10
relay is installed in the pipe between the tap changer head
and the oil expansion vessel. It is tripped in the case of
inadmissibly high oil flows towards the expansion vessel
caused by tap changer faults.

Pipe diameter: 25 mm (1“)


Connection: flange

SG 25 Flow indicator

SF 25 The flow indicator is a protective relay monitoring circulating


oil lubrication or circulating oil cooling of machines and
equipment. It indicates faults of circulating oil systems or shuts
SF 25/10
down the machine or equipment, hence preventing damage.
The flow indicator operates at a very low service pressure
so that it can be also installed in an oil return pipe where the
oil flow is ensured by a sloping oil pipe.

Pipe diameter: 25 mm (1“)


Connection: thread or flange

For any other information or data required for placing an order, please, ask for
special catalogues.

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Elektromotoren und
Gerätebau Barleben GmbH

Bahnhofstraße 27/28
39179 Barleben / Germany

Phone : +49 39203 790


Telefax : +49 39203 5330
Telefax : +49 39203 5450

e-mail: info@emb-online.de
Internet: http://www.emb-online.de

Edition: Catalogue Buchholz relays 01/02/08/02 English

Due to technical improvement of our products, the information contained in this brochure may be
subjected to change without notice.

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NOTICE
THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM AND IS LOANED ONLY ON THE
MODEL
CONDITION THAT IT WILL BE USED TO FACILITATE THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH INTENDED AND NOT
BE REPRODUCED, COPIED OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF, AND IS NOT TO BE USED IN WHOLE
OR PART FOR FURNISHING INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE MAKING OF DRAWINGS, PARTS
NO. AKM345-CS100617
APPARATUS OR PARTS THEREOF, EXCEPT BY WRITTEN ORDER FROM QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM.

190 100
58 98

280

80

140
M25
25 BSP 1"
AKM 3440615X-6.0 SERIES 34

Ø14
4 = 4 contacts 118
X = Measuring range -10 to 150°C
15 = Bulb type
6.0 = Capillary length
Output = TD119-3 10
Label = 46894 OTI
Protection class = IP54 160
Cable Entry = Adapter with M25 cable glands
Certificates = Calibration Cert, Bulb type 15 shown 11 12 14 21 22 24 31 32 34 41 42 44 61 62 63

For other types see TD129E


AB Qualitrol AKM Phone: +46 8 447 54 50 TITLE:
Flygfältsgatan 6C Fax: +46 8 604 68 10 Oil Temperature Indicator
SE - 128 30 Skarpnäck
®
Sweden MODEL
C O M P A N Y L L C
LET DATE ALTERATION C.N.
Qualitrol and Qualitrol AKM are ISO 9001 system certified
companies. Information subject to change without notice.
NO. AKM345-CS100617
NOTICE
THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM AND IS LOANED ONLY ON THE
MODEL
CONDITION THAT IT WILL BE USED TO FACILITATE THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH INTENDED AND NOT
BE REPRODUCED, COPIED OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF, AND IS NOT TO BE USED IN WHOLE
OR PART FOR FURNISHING INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE MAKING OF DRAWINGS, PARTS
NO. AKM345-CS100616
APPARATUS OR PARTS THEREOF, EXCEPT BY WRITTEN ORDER FROM QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM.

190 100
58 98

280

80

140
M25
25 BSP 1"
AKM 3540615X-6.0 SERIES 35

Ø14
4 = 4 contacts 118
X = Measuring range -10 to 150°C
15 = Bulb type
6.0 = Capillary length
Output = TD119-3 10
Label = 46895 WTI
Protection class = IP54 160
Cable Entry = Adapter with M25 cable glands
Certificates = Calibration Cert, Bulb type 15 shown 5 5 11 12 14 21 22 24 31 32 34 41 42 44 61 62 63

For other types see TD129E


AB Qualitrol AKM Phone: +46 8 447 54 50 TITLE:
Flygfältsgatan 6C Fax: +46 8 604 68 10 Winding Temperature Indicator
SE - 128 30 Skarpnäck
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Sweden MODEL
C O M P A N Y L L C
LET DATE ALTERATION C.N.
Qualitrol and Qualitrol AKM are ISO 9001 system certified
companies. Information subject to change without notice.
NO. AKM345-CS100616
akm oti/wti
Remote mount thermometers

The next generation thermometer


from the global leader
• Accomplish the most demanding control and alarm configurations
• Reduce failure costs with reliable AKM bellows operation
• Minimize installation complexity with all-in-one design
• Simplify operations by using one family of thermometers for all
environmental conditions

Product Summary
Description Capillary based, mechanical, remote

indicating thermometer. Configurations for oil

temperature measurement and winding temperature

simulation. Features up to 6 adjustable switches for

alarm, trip, and cooling system functions and can be

equipped with various electronic outputs for SCADA

and remote monitoring applications.

Application For oil (liquid) or simulated winding

temperature indication with integrated features

for control or alarm functions. Designed for use

where the point of measurement (the well or

pocket) is not easily viewed by personnel and

requires separate or remote indication.

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akm oti/wti remote mount thermometers

The next generation thermometer • Over 75 years of experience designing mechanical temperature
from the global leader measurement devices for transformers
• Over 250,000 capillary type thermometers in service worldwide in all
environmental conditions
• Improved connection ease with a greater number of cable glands;
3xM25 style and 2xM20 style
• Improved switching flexibility with up to 6 fully configurable switches
• New and improved swing out case design allows for easy cable
connection, switch configuration and testing without removal of the cover

Accomplish the most demanding • Up to 6 fully independent switches flexible enough for most
control and alarm configurations control and alarm schemes
• Each switch can be specified by switch type, hysteresis range, and
set point, without limitation of sequential set points
• Standard switch rated for up to 15 Amps AC and up to 10 Amp DC,
switches also available for higher VDC (magnetic blow out, M.B.O.),
and switches for milliamp loads-- see technical specifications for
more information
• Various analog outputs also available (mA, Pt 100, and Cu 10) -- see
technical specifications for more information
• Each switch can be specified with adjustable hysteresis (5 to 25°C)

Reduce failure costs with reliable • Non-pressurized bellows system avoids problems due to leakage
AKM bellows operation • Integrated heating element in bellows for winding temperature
indication eliminates extra cost and complexity of accessories to
simulate the winding
• AKM bellows system provides a 260° dial deflection (angle the pointer
travels from minimum to maximum) making it easier to interpret
temperature reading from a distance

Minimize installation complexity • Single enclosure design minimizes need for additional accessories
with all-in-one design such as matching units and heated wells commonly used by other
mechanical temperature solutions
• New hinged cover enables easy access to switch settings and
connections during installation while shielding device from elements.
Features all captive screws and can be completely removed, if necessary
• Same installation footprint and mounting options as the previous
generation AKM 345
• Improved wiring installation with addition of 2 cable glands (for a total
of 5) and an increase in size to 3xM25 and 2xM20 versus the
previous generation

Simplify operations by using one • Wide range of options allow for standard use of one thermometer
family of thermometer for series across a wide array of applications and operating conditions
all environmental conditions • Extreme temperature survivability with polar executions for use
down to -60°C
• Enclosures with IP55 or IP65 rating with numerous mounting
configurations available
• The most flexible switching capabilities available for implementation
of any control and alarm configuration

?
Don’t see what you need?
QUALITROL regularly creates models with special customer requirements.
Contact your local sales representative or QUALITROL Application Engineer
to review your special requirements.

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The next generation thermometer from the global leader in rugged
temperature measurement

One family of thermometer


for all environmental
conditions NEW case design
Enclosures with IP55 or IP65 rating Swing out case design allows for
with numerous mounting configurations easy terminal block connection,
available including polar executions for switch configuration and testing
use down to -60°C without removal of the cover

maximum readability
System provides a 260° dial deflection
(angle the pointer travels from
minimum to maximum) making it easier
to interpret temperature
reading from a distance
NEW Electronic output KITS
AKM bellows technology Various analog outputs available (mA,
Low-pressure bellows system Pt 100, and Cu 10) - user upgrade
avoids problems due to possible via rear access panel
leakage for life long accuracy
NEW 6 switch capability
integrated winding Up to 6 fully independent
simulation switches flexible enough for the
Integrated heating element in AKM most demanding control and
bellows for winding temperature alarm schemes
indication eliminates extra cost and
complexity of accessories to
simulate winding temperature

Improved wiring ACCESS


Improved wiring installation case
with addition of 2 cable glands (for
a total of 5) and an increase in size
to 3xM25 and 2xM20 versus the
previous generation

AKM bellows technology

Integrated heating element in AKM CT


measurement bellows simplifies
winding temperature indication by Probe
eliminating the complexity of
accessories to simulate the winding

Single enclosure design minimizes Compensation bellows


need for additional accessories such automatically compensates
as matching units and heated wells for ambient temperature
commonly used by other mechanical
temperature solutions

Inside AKM OTI/WTI

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Options and accessories
Pockets/wells • Pockets and wells available to fit all probe types including IEC
and ANSI standards

Remote indicators • Digital and analog indicators available for remote display of
temperature measurement
• For use with 4-20 mA output option

Power supply • For use with remote indicators and remote electronic outputs
when 24 VDC is not available
• Universal power supply
• DIN rail mounting

Pass through capillary gland • For environmental isolation when capillary needs to pass
through an enclosure such as the control cabinet

Electronic output user upgrade kit • Add electronic output capability to units previously purchased
without output
• Upgrade possible through back access panel
• Boards capable of mA, Pt100, Cu10, and voltage outputs for
remote indication and integration with SCADA systems

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akm oti/wti remote mount thermometers

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Materials Housing Die-cast aluminum, polyester powder coat finish

Capillary Copper or copper/nickel with stainless steel jacket

Lens UV stabilized polycarbonate (standard), glass optional

Mechanical Indication accuracy ±1.5% full-scale



Standard measurement range 0 to 150°C (32°F to 302°F)

Probe types Standard: 14mm diameter x 156mm length


Available: for wells per DIN 42554, ASA C57.12.00

Winding thermal image Internal winding simulation: TD50 (up to 2.2A CT max) or
TD76 (up to 2.65A CT max)
External winding simulation: (AKM 44678) up to 2A CT or
(AKM 44674) up to 1,2A CT max, matching unit (AKM 44677)
for up to 5A CT max

Mounting styles Stainless steel anti-vibration mount (standard), elastomeric


seismic mount optional

Cover Swing up cover design, fully detachable, with all captive hardware

Cable glands 3 x M25, 2 x M20



Electrical Number of switches 2 to 6 switches (independently specified types)

Switch types VAC, VDC, M.B.O. (magnetic blow out for high DC)

Switching differential (hysteresis) 10° to 14°C for most dial ranges, optional adjustable
differential from 5° to 25°C

Switching accuracy ± 3% full-scale

Optional remote outputs Current loops: 0 to 1 or 4 to 20mA



Voltage: 1-5V and other ranges

Resistive: Pt 100 or Cu 10 ohm

Environmental Enclosure IP55 (standard), IP65 optional

Dielectric isolation (hi pot) 2500 VAC at 50Hz, 60 seconds, all terminals to ground

Surge withstand capability IEEE C37.90.1 (TD111 output board only)

Ambient operating temperature -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F), polar execution available for
-60°C to 70°C (-76°F to 158°F)

Storage temperature -50°C to 80°C (-58°F to 176°F)

Humidity 95% non-condensing relative humidity @ 95°C (203°F)

Vibration 50Hz/60Hz @ 0.1mm inch displacement, 3-axes

Shock 10 G’s half-sine, in three orthogonal planes

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akm oti/wti remote mount thermometers

Standard mounting

Universal mounting Siesmic mounting

QUALITROL Field Services


®

To further improve reliability, QUALITROL provides comprehensive education and on-site commissioning services, main-
tenance contracts and technical support to all customers worldwide. Emergency response is available on all products
and services.

About QUALITROL ®

QUALITROL Company LLC manufactures substation and transformer monitoring and protection devices used by electric
utilities and manufacturing companies. It is the global leader in sales and installations of transformer asset protection
equipment, fault recorders and fault locators. Established in 1945, QUALITROL Company produces thousands of differ-
ent types of products on demand, each customized to customers’ unique requirements.
©2008 QUALITROL® Company LLC, an ISO 9001 system certified company. All rights reserved. Information subject to change without notice.
All trademarks are properties of their respective companies, as noted herein. AP-T02-03L-01E.

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DRAWING
DO NOT SCALE PRINT NO. 44712-2-CS100618

71° FLOAT ROD STOP


46
n126

n250
(4) n13
60°
n102 B.C. 13.00
49.50

99
21°

470
4 60°

252
29
71° FLOAT ROD STOP

n36

70 PROTECTION CLASS: IP55


DIAL COLORS: BLACK CHARACTERS ON A
103
SILVER BACK GROUND.
WIRING DIAGRAM CASE PAINTED, TERMINAL BOX,
12 22
BEZEL-MUNSELL 2.5Y 8.5/4 (YELLOW)

MIN 11 21 MAX
TITLE:

14 24 NOTICE
THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM
ON LOWERING LEVEL, 11 CLOSES AND IS LOANED ONLY ON THE CONDITION THAT IT WILL BE USED MATERIAL:
TO FACILITATE THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH IT WAS INTENDED
ON 14 AND OPENS ON 12 AT "MIN" AND NOT BE REPRODUCED, COPIED OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF,
AND IS NOT TO BE USED IN WHOLE OR PART FOR FURNISHING
ON RISING LEVEL, INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE MAKING OF DRAWINGS, PARTS,
APPARATUS OR PARTS THEREOF, EXCEPT BY WRITTEN ORDER
21 CLOSES ON 24 AND OPENS ON FROM QUALITROL/QUALITROL AKM. - 08-17-09 UPDATED WIRING PRELIMINARY
22 AT 0°C "MAX" FINISH:
LET DATE ALTERATION C.N.

TOLERANCE acc. to ISO. AB Qualitrol AKM DRAWN DATE


Applicable where no tolerance is indicated. Flygfältsgatan 6C bstaudmyer 4/7/2009 SCALE SHEET
For machining: ISO 2768-1m. SE - 128 30 Skarpnäck CHECK
For threads: ISO 965 External threads 6g Internal threads 6H. Sweden DRAWING
Surface finish acc. to ISO 1302 Ra 6,3 Machined surfaces. NO.
Inspection acc. to IEC 410.
Qualitrol and Qualitrol AKM are ISO 9001 system certified APP'D 44712-2-CS100618
companies. Information subject to change without notice.
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Griesberger Str. 43-45 Annabergstr.67


51399 Burscheid 45721 Haltern
Tef efax +49(0)21 74 630 | 5 Telefax +49(0)2364 93 85-50
Telefon +49(0)217 4 60447 Telefon +49(0)2364 9385-0

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Volt ( 50 Hz),208-265/360-460
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Volt ( 50 Hz ),208-2651360-460
Luftmengefreiblasend+- l0 o/oToleranz
Quantityof air freeoutletblowing+- 10 7oTolerance
Schalldruckpegel Lpa : MeßentfernungI m seitlichim reflexionsarmenRaum
+
Toleranz 2 dB(A)
Soundpressure levelLpa : MeasuringdistanceI m sideways room
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Drehzahl Leistungsaufnahme Luftmenge stat.Druck Lpa
fi'i.pe Speed
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sK 1343 2,0811,20 525 2,25 69,0
sK 470-4 60 1580 3,20/1,85 850 2,63 145 73,5

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sK 470-6 50 ges
963 \2110,70 260 1,61 54 62r0
sK470-6 60 1118 l,4llo,82 330 1,87 72 65,5

470-8I 50
sK470-8
sK 720 i 1,18i0,68 155 1,25 30 53,0
sK 470-8 60 830 1,04/0,60 180 l,4l 4l 58,0

sK 470-lo 50 I szo o,4olo,23 78 0,98 18 47,0


sK 470-1060 630 I 0,35/0,20 87 l,o0 20 47,5

sK 470-1250 460 0,52/0,30 85 0,78 10 40,5


sK 470-1260 525 0,4710,27 90 0,89 15 44rs
Naphthenics Product Data Sheet 20.12.2006
Nynas Transformer Oil-Nytro Libra

PROPERTY UNIT TEST METHOD GUARANTEED TYPICAL


DATA DATA
Min Max
1. Physical

Appearance IEC 60296 Clear, free from sediment Pass


Density, 20°C kg/dm3 ISO 12185 0,895 0,887
Viscosity, 40°C mm2/s ISO 3104 12,0 9,2
Viscosity, -30°C mm2/s ISO 3104 1800 1100
Pour Point °C ISO 3016 -40 -57

2. Chemical

Acidity mg KOH/g IEC 62021 0,01 <0,01


Corrosive sulphur DIN 51353 non corrosive non corrosive
Corrosive sulphur ASTM D1275B non corrosive non corrosive
Aromatic content % IEC 60590 11
Antioxidant, phenols Wt % IEC 60666 not detectable Pass
Water content mg/kg IEC 60814 30 <20
Furfural content mg/kg IEC 61198 0,1 <0,1

3. Electrical

Dielectric dissipation
factor (DDF) at 90°C IEC 60247 0,005 <0,001
Interfacial tension mN/m ISO 6295 40 49
Breakdown voltage
- Before treatment kV IEC 60156 30 40-60
- After treatment kV IEC 60296/60156 70 >70

4. Oxidation Stability

At 120°C, 164h IEC 61125 C


Total acidity mg KOH/g 1,2 0,40
Sludge Wt % 0,8 0,12
DDF/90 °C 0,5 0,050

5. Health, safety and environment

Flash Point, PM °C ISO 2719 135 148


DMSO extractable
compounds (PCA) Wt % IP 346 3 <3
PCB IEC 61619 not detectable Pass

Nytro Libra is an uninhibited transformer oil, meeting IEC 60296 (03) General specifications.
Naphthenics Safety Data Sheet 21.11.2006

SAFETY DATA SHEET

Identification of the Substance/Preparation and the Company/Undertaking


1.

Product Name: Nytro Libra

Product Type: Insulating Oil

Supplier: Nynäs Naphthenics AB

P. O. Box 10701

S-121 29 STOCKHOLM
Sweden
Telephone No: +46-8-602 1200 Fax: +46-8-81 62 02

Emergency Phone No: +46-8-33 70 43

Composition/Information of Ingredients
2.

Chemical Name: CAS-No.: EC-No.: Weight-% Symbols/Phrases

Hydrotreated Light Naphthenic Distillate 64742-53-6 265-156-6 65-85

Hydrotreated Light Paraffinic Distillate 64742-55-8 265-158-7 15-35

Solvent Refined Light Naphthenic Distillate 64741-97-5 <5

3. Hazards identification

Classification: No classification needed according to 67/548/EC and 1999/45/EC.

Human Health: Inhalation of vapours and/or mists might irritate respiratory tract.
Prolonged skin contact will cause defatting and possible irritation. Eye contact might cause irritation.
Environment: Slow biodegradation, the product will remain for long time in the environment. Risk for contamination
of earth, soil and water.
Physical and chemical hazard: At elevated temperatures flammable vapours and decomposition products will be released. Risk for
slippery floors if spilled out.
First Aid Measures
4.

General advice:

Inhalation: If inhalation of mists, fumes or vapours occur causing irritation, move to fresh air. If the symptoms
persist, obtain medical advice.
Skin contact: Remove immediately adhering matter and wash off with soap and plenty of water.

Eye contact: Rinse with plenty of water.

Ingestion: Clean mouth with water. Obtain medical advice if a large amount has been swallowed. Do not induce
vomiting.

Fire-fighting Measures
5.

Suitable extinguishing media: Extinguish preferably with dry chemical, carbon dioxide (CO2), or foam. Waterspray / mist may be
used.
Extinguishing media which must not be Water jet, unless used by authorised people.(Stain risk caused by combustion).
used for safety reasons:

Accidental Release Measures


6.

Personal precautions: Suitable protection equipment should be used. In case of large spillage, the cleaning procedure should
be carried out using suitable protective clothing such as overall, gloves and boots. Remove
contaminated clothes as soon as possible.

Smaller spillage can be wiped up with paper cloths, using protective


gloves.
Environmental precautions: Prevent spills to enter and spread to drains, sewers, water courses, and soil. Contact local safety
authorities.
Methods for cleaning up: Absorb leaking product with sand, earth or other suitable inert material and collect. Disposal according
to section 13.

Handling and Storage


7.

Handling: Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practices. If handled at elevated
temperatures or with high speed mechanical equipment, vapours or mists might be released and require a
well ventilated workplace.
Storage: Store at ambient temperature or with lowest necessary heating as handling requires.
8. Exposure Controls/Personal Protection

Control parameters: Exposure via the air and normal handling.

Chemical name: Mineral oil.

Short term value: 5 mg/m3. TLV-TWA 8 hours ACGIH (1998).

Engineering measures to reduce exposure: Mechanical ventilation and local exhaust will reduce exposure via the air. Use oil resistant material in
construction of handling equipment. Store under recommended conditions and if heated, temperature
control equipment should be used to avoid overheating.
Personal protection equipment:
- Respiratory protection: If the product is heated under manual handling, use suitable mask with filter A1P2 or A2P2. Handling in
automatic production lines, with exhaust or ventilation, will not require mask.
- Hand protection: Wear oil-resistant protective gloves if there is a risk of repeated skin contact. Suitable gloves
are neoprene, nitrile- or acrylnitrilebutadiene rubber, or PVC. Take notice of CEN 420:94, CEN 374:1-
3:94 and CEN 388:94.
- Eye protection: Wear safety goggles / safe shield if splashes may occur.

- Skin and body protection: Wear protective clothing if there is a risk of skin contact and change them frequently, or when
contaminated.
Hygienic measures: Act in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice.
9. Physical and Chemical Properties

Form: Viscous liquid

Colour: <0.5, pale light yellow

Odour: Odourless / light petroleum

Melting point/pour point: -54°C

Initial boiling point: >250°C

Density 15°C: 886 kg/m3

Flash point, PM: 144°C

Auto ignition temp.: >250°C

Solubility in water: Non soluble

Solubility in organic solvents: Soluble

Decomposition temp.: >280°C

Vapour pressure at 100°C: 160 Pascal

DMSO extractible compounds according < 3%

to IP346:

Calculated partition coefficient >6


n-octanol/water, log Pow:

Viscosity at 40°C: 9,5 cSt

pH: non relevant

Stability and Reactivity


10.

Stability: Stable at normal conditions. Start to decompose at 280°C or higher.

Avoid: Excessive heating and highly oxidizing agents.

Hazardous decomposition products: Flammable gases which might also be noxious. With air present, there is a risk for auto ignition at
temperatures >270°C.
Toxicological Information
11.

Acute toxicity: Studies available indicate oral and dermal LD50 s of >5 000 mg/kg which is considered as low acute
toxicity.
Local effects:

- Inhalation: Prolonged and repeated inhalation of mist or vapour generated at elevated temperatures may irritate
respiratory tract.
- Oral: May cause nausea and eventually vomiting and diarrhoea.

- Skin contact: Prolonged or repeated exposure may lead to defatting of the skin and subsequent irritation.

- Eye contact: May cause redness and transient pain.

- Sensitisation: Studies indicate no evidence of sensitisation.

12. Ecological Information

Mobility: Low, due to low water solubility.

Persistence/degradability: The baseoil is not readily biodegradable. Substances may not meet criteria for ready biodegradability.
Studies indicate inherent, primary

biodegradation in the range of 20-60 % based on carbondioxide


evolution.
Bio-accumulation: Base oil has Log Pow in the range >3,9->6,0.
Log Pow is used for estimating the bioacccumulation in fish. A value >3,0 indicates possible
bioaccumulation. The size of the hydrocarbon molecules reduces the risk for bioaccumulation.
Ecotoxicity: Aquatic toxicity data on base oils indicate LC50 values of >1 000 mg/l, which is considered as low
toxicity. Chronic toxicity studies shows no long-term hazard to the aquatic environment.

Disposal Considerations
13.

Residues of unused product is not regarded as hazardous waste. Residues of products/packageing must not be disposed of in the environment, but
taken care of in accordance with local regulations.

Emptying instructions:

Barrels and equals: Turn the barrel upside down and tilt it approximately 10° until nondripping.
Nondripping is less than one drop / minute at 15 °C. The product viscosity depends on temperature, and it is important that the emptying not is done
at to low temperature. It can be necessary to scrape out highviscous products.
When the barrel is nondripping send it for recycling. If the residue volume is more than 1% send it for destruction of barrels. Empty barrels with < 1
% residue is not dangerous goods. Notify local regulations.

Bags for one way use/multiple use: Follow instructions given by the bag manufacturer. The last residues in the bag can be removed by placing the
hose over the remaining residues or by lifting the bag so the product can run towards the hose.
Bottom residues; roll up the bag towards the hose to press out the oil
One way bags of polyethylene can be recycled or disposed of by incineration. Notify local regulations.

14. Transport Information

The product is not classified as hazardous goods for land, sea and air transport according to the respective regulations (ADR, IMDG, IATA-DGR).
15. Regulatory Information

Classified according to European directives on classification of hazardous substances and preparations. Not classified as hazardous. No statutory
label required.

Listed in TSCA ( Toxic Substances Control Act) and EINECS.

Other Information
16.

The information for labelling and ecotoxicity is according to Concawe Report No. 95/59, 98/54, 05/6 and 01/54.

Classified according to the Dangerous Substance Directive, 67/548/EC up to the 29th ATP, the Dangerous Preparation Directive 1999/45/EC, and the
Safety Data Sheet Directive 2001/58/EC.

Component CAS no 64742-53-6 has DMSO extractible compounds according to IP 346 <3%.

Component CAS no 64742-55-8 has DMSO extractible compounds according to IP 346 <3%.

Component CAS no 64741-97-5 has DMSO extractible compounds according to IP 346 < 3%

Published: 2006-11-21

Nota L
The classification as a carcinogen need not apply if it can be shown that the substance contains less than 3 w%w
DMSO extract as measured by IP 346. This Nota applies only to certain complex oil-derived substances in Annex 1.

Nota N
The classification as a carcinogen need not apply if the full refining history is known and it can be shown that the substance from which it was
produced is not a carcinogen. This Nota applies only to certain complex oil-derived substances in Annex 1.