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Expulsion Fuses

Transformers Components manufactures a complete product range of expulsion fuses for use in oil-filled distribution transformers.

Terminal Board Fuse

Bushing Fuse

Bayonet Type Fuse

Terminal Board Fuse

Isolation Link

Terminal Board & Bushing Mount Expulsion Fuses

ERMCO manufactures a complete product line of expulsion fuses for use in oil filled distribution transformers. Mounting options include installation inside the high voltage pole transformer bushing and installation using a terminal board.

Bayonet Type Expulsion Fuses

ERMCO manufactures a complete product line of expulsion fuses for use in oil filled distribution transformers. Mounting options include installation inside the high voltage pole transformer bushing and installation using a terminal board.

 

Three types of fuse cartridge elements are available:

  • CURRENT “FAULT” SENSING fuse
  • DUAL SENSING fuse
  • DUAL ELEMENT fuse.

The Current “Fault” Sensing Fuse (catalog numbers 9F54MFC—) is sensitive to current only and offers protection to the primary circuit from transformer faults.

 

To avoid closing on a fault an Isolation Link or a current limiting fuse must be used in series with the Bayonet Fuse. The current limiting fuse is required when the available fault current exceeds the interrupting rating of the Bayonet Fuse.

The Dual Sensing Fuse (catalog numbers 9F54LFC—) is sensitive to both current and oil temperature, thus providing both overload and primary circuit protection.

 

To avoid closing on a fault an Isolation Link or a current limiting fuse must be used in series with the Bayonet Fuse. The current limiting fuse is required when the available fault current exceeds the interrupting rating of the Bayonet Fuse.

The Dual Element Fuse (catalog numbers 9F54DFC—) sensing the oil temperature, as well as extreme load currents, secondary faults, and transformer faults. The dual element fuse will reduce the heating time in a transformer caused by overloads and extreme temperature conditions.

 

To avoid closing on a fault an Isolation Link or a current limiting fuse must be used in series with the Bayonet Fuse. The current limiting fuse is required when the available fault current exceeds the interrupting rating of the Bayonet Fuse.

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