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REDRAGON Transformer Oil Regeneration, Oil Recycling REDRAGON
- 314 Sekura St, Cambridge N1R 7W2, Canada

Paul Hodgson, Tel. +1 (519) 212-0385
  • EORP - Engine Oil Recycling Plant
  • HVD - High Vacuum Degasifiers
  • OLTC - Online Tapchanger Filters
  • OPU - Oil Pumping Units
  • PCB - PCB Dechlorination Systems
  • SHF - SF6 Gas Recovery Units
  • TORS - Transformer Oil Regeneration Systems
  • Redragon services include consulting on all aspects of vacuum technology including oil processing and operation of its own equipment on customers job sites. Additionally Redragon enters into technology transfer agreements in specific areas and proffers professional training in these fields. An ancilliary service is the undertaking of 3D modelling and analysis.

FILTERVAC Filtervac International Inc.
250 Woolwich Street South, Breslau, ON Canada N0B 1M0, Canada

email, Tel.

Filtervac was first established in 1983 and was reorganized in 1990 with much stronger focus on the global market. The founder and president of Filtervac International was the former Chief Engineer of Keene-Bowser Corp. and during this period, Keene-Bowser was known as the world leader in oil dehydration equipment used for insulating oil applications in the electrical and power industry. This laid the foundation on which Filtervac improved and expanded on it's line of filtration products.
Filtervac's stationary, portable and mobile High Vacuum Transformer Oil Purification Systems (Model VPH) is used for transformer oil dehydration and transfromer oil degasification as well as other electrical insulating liquids such as silicone fluids. The VPH Process is able to increase and maintain the oil's dielectric strength and includes the removal of free and soluble water, free and dissolved air and gases and particulate matter. The standard VPH system is designed for processing oils in workshops, in storage tanks or directly in transformers (energized or de-energized transformers).



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