Distribution transformers are typically oil-immersed and suitable for pole-, pad- or ground-mounting. They represent an economical option for certain networks, particularly those with low population densities.
Depending upon requirements, transformers may be connected between two phases of a three-phase system (two high voltage bushings) or from one phase to ground (single high voltage bushing).
The units are suitable for residential overhead distribution loads, as well as light commercial or industrial loads and diversified power applications.
- Primary voltage: up to 36 kV
- Typical fluid: mineral oil