WAUKESHA ELECTRIC SYSTEMS, INC.
|WAUKESHA ELECTRIC SYSTEMS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140165828||DEHUMIDIFIER AND BREATHER CONFIGURED FOR OPERATION DURING REGENERATION - A dehydrator for dehydrating air supplied to a power related or mechanical device includes a first container configured to hold a desiccant, a first heater arranged with the first container configured to heat the desiccant in the first container, a second container configured to hold a desiccant, and a second heater arranged with the second container configured to heat the desiccant in the second container. The dehydrator further includes a conduit configured to selectively connect one of the first container and the second container to the power related or mechanical device and a controller configured to selectively operate one of the first heater and the second heater.||06-19-2014|
|20130105404||OIL FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR A LOAD TAP CHANGER||05-02-2013|
|20130061751||COLD-WEATHER RECHARGING DEHYDRATING BREATHER - A recharging dehydrating breather for providing dehydrated air to electrical components includes a desiccant chamber configured to hold desiccant and a heating element configured to heat the desiccant held in the desiccant chamber to at least partially eliminate water. The device further includes a housing configured to hold the desiccant chamber and the heating element, an outlet configured to provide an outlet to guide the water away from the housing, and the outlet configured to be heated by the heating element. A process of configuring a recharging dehydrating breather for providing dehydrated air to electrical components is also disclosed.||03-14-2013|
|20120312515||APPARATUS FOR HEAT DISSIPATION OF TRANSFORMING RADIATORS - In accordance with one embodiment of the present invention, a panel for a transformer radiator includes a pair of substantially-rectangular panel sheets joined together to form a plurality of internal fluid channels, each fluid channel including an inlet and an outlet, and a plurality of pin fins disposed on at least a portion of at least one external surface of the panel sheets.||12-13-2012|
|20120249275||Insulation for Power Transformers - A power transformer is provided that includes a first transformer component, a second transformer component, and a composite structure positioned between the first transformer component and the second transformer component. The composite structure includes a first composite fiber having at least one base fiber, a sheath of binder material, and nanoclay particles, and a second composite fiber, having at least one base fiber, bound to the first composite fiber by at least a portion of the sheath.||10-04-2012|
|20120202059||DRY TYPE ELECTRICAL INSULATION - A dry type electrical insulation is provided. The insulation includes a base fiber having an outer surface and a first melting point and a binder material, coated onto the outer surface of the base fiber, having a second melting point. In this insulation, the second melting point is lower than the first melting point. A dry type insulation matrix is also provided. The insulation matrix includes a plurality of composite fibers having a base fiber having a first melting point and a binder material co-extruded therewith, having a second melting point. In this insulation matrix, the second melting point is lower than the first.||08-09-2012|
|20120199262||METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A DRY TYPE ELECTRICAL INSULATION - A method of making a dry type insulation is provided. The method includes combining a base fiber having a first outer surface with a binder material wherein the base fiber has a first melting point and the binder material has a second melting point which is different from the first melting point, heating the base fiber and binder material to a temperature above the second melting point, but below the first melting point using a double-belt press to form a resultant dry type insulation, compressing the base fiber and binder material using the double-belt press to form the resultant dry type insulation and cooling the resultant dry type insulation using the double-belt press.||08-09-2012|
Patent applications by WAUKESHA ELECTRIC SYSTEMS, INC.