Arc—suppression reactors are used to compensate ground fault currents in compensated electrical networks. They are installed between the neutral point of an earting transformer and the ground in systems with a star arrangement, while they can also be ﬁtted between the neutral point of a grounding transformer and the ground in systems with a zig—zag arrangement.
Hermetically sealed (without conservator) or with conservator
Core– grain-oriented electrical steel sheets
assembled into core using the “Step-Lap” method
Winding – electrolytic aluminium or copper wire, enamelled round or profiled in paper isolation,
Tank – corrugated or with radiators,
made of steel, painted or hot dip galvanized
Standard colour is RAL7030 or other colours on request