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To act as insulators and stop electrical discharges, dielectric fluids are employed in high voltage applications.
To reduce transmission losses, offer electrical insulation, provide cooling, etc., transformers use dielectric oils and other electrical insulating fluids.
Dielectric fluids are highly appreciated in many applications due to their low viscosity, quick heat dissipation, superior electrical insulation, oxidation resistance, high flash point, and other distinguishing characteristics.
The Global Plant-Based Dielectric Fluid market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The first plant-based dielectric immersion cooling fluid, according to Cargill, has been created. The heat transfer fluid enables a sustainable and effective approach to cool electronic devices and is designed for usage in data centres, cryptocurrency mining, and other applications.
More than 90% of the ingredients in NatureCool 2000 are vegetable oils and chemicals. Compared to traditional air cooling, it enables cooling capacities up to 1,000 times greater while using up to 60% less energy.
For both new and used power transformers, Prolec GE created VG-100, a natural ester dielectric fluid replacement based on seeds.
A seed-based ester-type dielectric fluid called VG-100 is made from plants like soybeans. Tri-alcohol and fatty acids are esterified, followed by the transesterification of mono- and tri-esters, to produce natural esters.
These are frequently used as retro fills in power and distribution transformers. Dielectric fluids made from plants are biodegradable and secure to handle. They have a longer useful life and frequently increase the lifespan of transformers.
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