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Member Services Manager, Electric Power Reliability Alliance
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  • Aug 31, 2023

In the quest to replace banned PCB compounds as an alternative liquid insulation for the fire safety of transformers and similar electrical equipment, ester-based dielectric fluids are often the preferred choice because of their environmental benefits and good compatibility with conventional mineral oil. Learn more about this here.


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