Superseded Standard

IEEE C57.106-2002

Guide for Acceptance and Maintenance of Insulating Oil in Equipment

This IEEE Standards product is part of the C57 family on Power Distribution and Regulating Transformers. Abstract: Recommendations regarding oil tests and evaluation procedures are made in this guide;references are made to methods of reconditioning and reclaiming conventional petroleum (mineral) dielectric insulating oils;the levels at which these methods become necessary; and the routines for restoring oxidation resistance, where required, by the addition of oxidation inhibitors. The intent is to assist the power equipment operator in evaluating the serviceability of oil received in equipment, oil as received from the supplier for lling new equipment at the installation site, and oil as processed into such equipment; and to assist the operator in maintaining oil in serviceable condition. The mineral oil covered is used in transformers, reactors, circuit breakers, load tap changers, and voltage regulators. Keywords :insulation testing , load tap changers , oil circuit breakers , oil insulation , power distribution maintenance , power transformer insulation , reactors , transformers , voltage regulators , IEEE C57.106

Sponsor Committee
PE/TR - Transformers
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
1997-12-09
Superseded by
C57.106-2006
Superseding
C57.106-1991
Board Approval
2002-06-13
History
ANSI Approved:
2002-10-30
Published:
2002-11-08

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/TR - Transformers
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Working Group
InsFluid-WGC57.106 - Insulating Fluids - Mineral Oil Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Malia Zaman
Contact
Working Group Chair
Robert Rasor
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C57.106-2015

IEEE Guide for Acceptance and Maintenance of Insulating Mineral Oil in Electrical Equipment

Recommendations regarding mineral oil tests and evaluation procedures are made in this guide; references are made to methods of reconditioning and reclaiming conventional petroleum (mineral) dielectric insulating liquids; the levels at which these methods become necessary; and the routines for restoring oxidation resistance, where required, by the addition of oxidation inhibitors. The intent is to assist the power equipment operator in evaluating the serviceability of mineral oil received in equipment, oil as received from the supplier for filling new equipment at the installation site, and oil as processed into such equipment; and to assist the operator in maintaining mineral oil in serviceable condition. The mineral oil covered is used in transformers, reactors, load tap changers, and voltage regulators.

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C57.106-1977

IEEE Guide for Acceptance and Maintenance of Insulating Oil in Equipment

Recommendations are made regarding oil tests and evaluation procedures; methods of reconditioning and reclaiming conventional petroleum (mineral) dielectric oils; the levels at which these methods become necessary; and the routines for restoring oxidation resistance, where required, by the addition of inhibitors. The intent is to assist the power equipment operator in evaluating the serviceability of oil received in equipment, oil as received from the refiner for filling new equipment at the installation site, and oil as processed into such equipment; and to assist the operator in maintaining his oil in serviceable condition. The mineral oil covered is used in transformers, switchgear, reactors, and current breakers.

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C57.106-1991

IEEE Guide for Acceptance and Maintenance of Insulating Oil in Equipment

SUPERSEDED BY IEEE STC C57.106-2002 (SH/SS95008) NOT AVAILABLE TO RESELLERS This IEEE Standards product is part of the C57 family on Power Distribution and Regulating Transformers.

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C57.106-2006

IEEE Guide for Acceptance and Maintenance of Insulating Oil in Equipment

Recommendations regarding oil tests and evaluation procedures are made in this guide; references are made to methods of reconditioning and reclaiming conventional petroleum (mineral) dielectric insulating oils; the levels at which these methods become necessary; and the routines for restoring oxidation resistance, where required, by the addition of oxidation inhibitors. The intent is to assist the power equipment operator in evaluating the serviceability of oil received in equipment, oil as received from the supplier for filling new equipment at the installation site, and oil as processed into such equipment; and to assist the operator in maintaining oil in serviceable condition. The mineral oil covered is used in transformers, reactors, circuit breakers, load tap changers, and voltage regulators. Remarks: Revision of IEEE Std C57.106-2002

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