Oil Cooled Automatic Voltage Stabilizer/ Controller

APFC Panel
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An Oil Cooled Automatic Voltage Stabilizer/ Controller (AVC) is a type of voltage stabilizer that uses oil to cool its internal components. This makes it suitable for use in applications where the ambient temperature is high or where there is a risk of overheating, such as in industrial settings or in hot climates.

Oil cooled AVCs are typically more expensive than air cooled AVCs, but they offer a number of advantages, including:

Greater heat dissipation capacity: Oil is a better conductor of heat than air, so oil cooled AVCs are able to dissipate heat more effectively, which helps to extend the lifespan of the unit.

Improved performance: Oil cooled AVCs are able to maintain a more constant output voltage, even under extreme conditions. This is important for sensitive equipment that is susceptible to damage from voltage fluctuations.

Increased reliability: Oil cooled AVCs are less likely to fail due to overheating, which makes them a more reliable choice for critical applications.

If you are looking for a voltage stabilizer that can provide reliable protection for your sensitive equipment in hot or humid environments, then an oil cooled AVC is a good option.

Here are some of the applications where oil cooled AVCs are commonly used:

Industrial machinery: Oil cooled AVCs are often used to protect industrial machinery from damage caused by voltage fluctuations. This includes CNC machines, robots, and other equipment that is sensitive to power quality issues.

Medical equipment: Oil cooled AVCs are also used to protect medical equipment, such as MRI machines and CT scanners. This is because these devices require a very stable power supply in order to function properly.

Data centers: Data centers need to have a very reliable power supply in order to protect their sensitive equipment. Oil cooled AVCs can help to ensure that the power supply in a data center is always stable and reliable.

Commercial and residential applications: Oil cooled AVCs can also be used in commercial and residential applications where there is a risk of voltage fluctuations. This includes businesses, homes, and even schools.

If you are considering using an oil cooled AVC, it is important to make sure that the unit is properly sized for the load that you need to protect. You should also make sure that the unit is installed and maintained properly by a qualified electrician.