Transformer Cooling. By maintaining the oil at a low temperature, a higher electro load is allowed in the transformer on a constant basis or during periods of peak demand. solutions for cooling transformer oil by forced air (OFAF) or by forced water (OFWF). Transformer Cooling Systems Latin America.
The Small Engine and Accessories Test Area (SEATA) facilitates test aircraft starting and auxiliary power systems, small engines and accessories. The SEATA consists of six test rooms which contain mounting provisions for at least two concurrent test setups and a supply of high-pressure/high-temperature compressed air, hydraulic and electrical power and cooling water for heat and power absorption. Each room has its own dedicated control room which supports remote operation, control devices…
From main engine starting and cabin cooling to electrical power generation, Honeywell's Auxiliary Power solutions employ leading edge technologies and integrated system architectures to deliver higher performance and enhanced reliability with a reduced cost of ownership.
If you decided to build your own DeHavilland Dash-8 rubber-powered model, here is a U.S. Airways Express paint scheme to whet your appetite. The black line plugged into the nose is an APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) connection to run electrical needs when the airplane is on the tarmac.