A brief description of the trans fat oil with the equivalent table
Transformer is an electrical device for converting energy from a shape to another, in which some energy is wasted in heat. The heat produced in this way can increase the temperature of the components of the transformer. Therefore, in order to reduce the temperature, a non-conductive fluid is used which is primarily responsible for heat transfer and cooling of the components of the system. Trans-oils are divided into two classes of Class I and Class II, and the most harmful and major of these oils are in Class II, and this type of oil is used in high-power transformers and high pressure switches. These types of oils have low viscosity for the cooling elements of the transformer components, and because they are used externally, and sometimes very cold, they have a dropping point.