Safety distance between oil-immersed transformer and building
An oil-immersed transformer (Transformer) is a device that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to change the AC voltage. The main components are a coil, a secondary coil, and an iron core (magnetic core). The main functions are: voltage conversion, current conversion, impedance conversion, voltage stabilization (magnetic saturation transformer), etc. It can be divided into: power transformers and transformers (electric furnace transformers, rectifier transformers, power frequency test transformers, voltage regulators, mining transformers, audio transformers, intermediate frequency transformers, high frequency transformers, impact transformers, instrument transformers, electronic transformers, Reactors, transformers, etc.).
According to the national standard GB50053-94 "Design Code for Substations of 10kv and below", outdoor oil-immersed transformers must be more than 5 meters away from buildings, and according to the national standard "Code for Fire Protection of Building Design" GB50016-2006, outdoor oil-immersed transformer Be more than 6 meters away from civil buildings. National standards also state that it is not appropriate to “erect” oil-immersed transformers for high-voltage electrical installations in communities where residents gather.
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