Power Generation

SESCO supports the Power Generation industry with quality systems.

Industry Solutions

  • SES320 Insulating Oil Processing Equipment

    The SES320 family of stationary and mobile vacuum oil purifiers are used to prepare dielectric fluids for service, as well as vacuum dry and fill high voltage oil cooled equipment. After 30 years of production, the SES320 family can be found in power generation, transmission, distribution and transformer manufacturing industries world-wide. 
  • SES441 Substation Maintenance Trailers

    Custom mobile insulating oil filtration systems are available for less-demanding low-volume applications where dissolved gas contamination is not an issue. The SES441 series uses single or multi-stage filtration to remove, particulate, free water, and small quantities of dissolved water if necessary. The systems are usually customized to suite the specific customer application.
  • SES420 Vacuum Systems

    The SES420 family of two stage vacuum packages are targeted at transformer dry out applications but can be custom engineered for other industrial applications on request. The SES420 series is packaged in four standard size ranges  and are available as stand-alone skids, stand-alone cargo trailer packages, and SES320 oil processor integrated.  
  • Fullers Earth Systems

    The SES522 Adsorbent Treatment Systems (Fullers Earth) remove polar contaminants such as acids, oxidation by-products, and color bodies from numerous fluids. The bulk media  systems can be used for stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with the SES320 conditioning system to regenerate badly degraded ISO class III insulating fluids and with multiple passes, "desludge" badly contaminated transformers. The SES522 systems are available in three tower sizes as well as in dual and single tower configurations.
  • SES328 Transformer Evacuation Vacuum Line Cold Traps

    The SES328 vacuum line cold traps are used to measure the rate and volume of water extraction during the transformer vacuum dry out process. An extraction rate is determined by measuring the collected ice (water) over a given time period. Refrigerated and liquid nitrogen cooled traps are available.