MIDEL eN 1215

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MIDEL eN 1215 product and technical information

Learn more about MIDEL transformer fluids with our MIDEL Selection Guide, Product Brochures and Technical Information Packs. More reference and background information is available in our whitepapers and industry media coverage.

Product Information
  • MIDEL Selection Guide
     

    MIDEL currently offers three types of transformer fluid; MIDEL eN 1215, MIDEL eN 1204 and MIDEL 7131. The “eN” prefix denotes natural esters, which are formulated using renewable base oils from different seed crops, whilst MIDEL 7131 is a synthetic ester.

    MIDEL Selection Guide
     

  • MIDEL eN 1215
    Product Brochure

    MIDEL eN 1215 natural ester fluid is manufactured in the USA using 100% renewable vegetable oils. Ideal for distribution and large power transformers, it has many advantages over mineral oil including safety and extended asset life.

    MIDEL eN 1215
    Product Brochure

  • MIDEL eN 1215
    Safety Data Sheet

    The pack details full health, safety and environmental requirements for MIDEL eN 1215.

    MIDEL eN 1215
    Safety Data Sheet

  • MIDEL eN 1215 Increased Fire Safety

    The pack details the fire safety considerations for MIDEL eN 1215.

    MIDEL eN 1215 Increased Fire Safety

  • MIDEL Natural Ester Storage and Handling Guide

    MIDEL eN 1204 and MIDEL eN 1215 are robust natural ester liquids. Studies have demonstrated their long term stability, even at elevated temperatures in sealed systems.

    MIDEL Natural Ester Storage and Handling Guide

  • MIDEL eN 1215 Moisture Tolerance Assest Life Extension

    MIDEL eN 1204 and MIDEL eN 1215 are robust natural ester liquids. Studies have demonstrated their long term stability, even at elevated temperatures in sealed systems.

    MIDEL eN 1215 Moisture Tolerance Assest Life Extension

  • MIDEL eN 1215 Maintenance Guide

    MIDEL eN 1215 is a natural ester based fluid which is designed for long service in sealed transformer systems.

    MIDEL eN 1215 Maintenance Guide

Whitepapers / Features
  • Future Cities Whitepaper
     

    This whitepaper examines the risks posed by increasing demand for electricity on power and transmission networks, and looks at how ester transformer fluids can help safeguard assets in urban environments into the future.

    Future Cities Whitepaper
     

  • Risk Mitigation Whitepaper
     

    Our whitepaper examines the risks associated with power and distribution transformers, and looks at how these can be mitigated.

    Risk Mitigation Whitepaper
     

  • Insurance Sector Whitepaper

    Transformers present a key challenge for risk managers and insurers. This whitepaper explores the effects of increased demands on the power transmission and distribution network.

    Insurance Sector Whitepaper

  • Case Study: Major Urban Installation
    May 2017

    A project in the heart of London interconnects innovative trans­ former technologies to add value for the neighbourhood, using an ultra ­silent transformer to deliver power and heat at the same time

    Case Study: Major Urban Installation
    May 2017

  • Windpower Engineering
    July 2015

    Deciding on what type of transformer fluid to use in a wind turbine is a challenge considering the many options available on the market today. Two key considerations that should impact this choice: fire safety and environmental impact.

    Windpower Engineering
    July 2015

  • Transformers Magazine
    July 2015

    Barry Menzies, Commercial Director and Head of MIDEL Transformer Fluids at UK-based M&I Materials Ltd, gives an overview of how the company works with manufacturers and end users to deliver cost savings, asset performance improvements and risk mitigation.

    Transformers Magazine
    July 2015

  • Transformers Magazine
    Jan 2018

    Barry Menzies, Managing Director of MIDEL Dielectric Fluids Global, said “As the uptake of MIDEL natural and synthetic ester fluids accelerates worldwide, we’re investing efforts in working closely with both OEMs and end users to support and develop their knowledge in specifying a cost effective, robust and proven alternative to traditional cast resin and mineral oil transformers.

    Transformers Magazine
    Jan 2018