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Transformer Oil Gas Analyzers

Transformers are often one of the most substantial capital assets of an operation. Measuring levels of light gases found in an electrical transformer’s insulating oil is an effective way to monitor the health of the transformer, and identify potential problems before they begin to limit productivity. PerkinElmer offers three models of Transformer Oil Gas Analyzers (TOGA), designed to analyze trace levels of H2, CO, CO2, ethylene, ethane, acetylene, methane, and air components. PerkinElmer’s TOGA offerings can aid you in achieving your risk mitigation goals, while also ensuring long term productivity of your transformers by identifying potential maintenance and wear issues, before they cause an operational disruption.

Part Number
Product Compatibility
Detection Method
[Clarus 590 PPC]
ASTM D3612-01, Method A
Model 4003
[Clarus 590 PPC]
ASTM D3612-01, Method C
Model 4087
[Clarus 690 PPC]
ASTM D3612-01, Method C
Model 4087
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Model 4003 facilitates the analysis of transformer oil gases in support of ASTM D3612-02, Method A, utilizing a dual-channel flame ionization and thermal conductivity detector (FID/TCD). The purged sampling-valve housing and passivated tubing ensures less sample absorption, while the injection port and gas sampling valve offer flexibility for the introduction of various sample types. A high capacity methanizer for maximum CO and CO2 conversion is featured on this instrument to ensure productivity and accuracy of each analysis. Detection limits on the TCD channel are 1 ppm for H2 and 500 ppm for oxygen and nitrogen, and the FID channel offers a detection limit of 2 for acetylene, and 1ppm for carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, methane, ethane and ethylene.


Detection Method ASTM D3612-01, Method A
Product Compatibility Clarus 590 PPC
Type Model 4003
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