The density of transformer oil is a standout amongst the most imperative parts of its physical attributes. Oil density will largely affect the activity of your electric power transformers. It is in this way, critical to give careful consideration to oil density when filling or refilling your electric power transformers with dielectric protecting oil.

The particular density of transformer oil will fluctuate depending on the producer and district or area where the oil will be basically utilized. Notwithstanding the factors that decide the density of the oil, the density number ought not to surpass 900 kg/m3 at a foreordained temperature of +20°C/+68°F.

Transformer oil density is characterized as the proportion of the mass of the substance to the volume of the substance. Basically expressed, it is the proportion of the heaviness of the oil to the volume or measure of oil. Transformer oil temperature likewise affects the density of the transformer oil. As the temperature expands, the density of the oil diminishes.

In world markets, standard density ranges shift with oil density proportions going between (0.84-0.89) × 103 kg/m3. Different elements affecting density included concoction creation of transformer oil, heat, the thermal conductivity of transformer oil, consistency, kinematic and dynamic warm diffusivity.

The density of transformer oils is viewed as a benchmark for ascertaining its numerous different qualities that incorporate kinematic consistency, particular inward rubbing coefficient, and the proportion of the dynamic thickness at a given transformer oil temperature and density.