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Mitsubishi Power SF6 End-of-life Insulated Equipment

Mitsubishi Electric Develops New Gas-insulated Switchgear ...Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed two technologies for gas-insulated switchgear. An arc-cooling technology achieves a 25 percent improvement in the interruption of electrical current in sulfur-fluoride (SF6) gas-insulated switchgear used in high-voltage power systems.

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    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed two technologies for gas-insulated switchgear. An arc-cooling technology achieves a 25 percent improvement in the interruption of electrical current in sulfur-fluoride (SF6) gas-insulated switchgear used in high-voltage power systems.

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