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Powered by our vast experience from designing thousands of bushings, AirRIP® flex reveals a new universe of solutions. Enabling transformer manufacturers and operators to accelerate their value creation endeavors, AirRIP® flex delivers customized and certified bushings through an efficient purchasing process & product delivery, easy installation & product upgrade facilities. AirRIP® flex bushings are completely dry, explosion-proof, and fire-resistant, allowing high application temperatures.  AirRIP® flex is produced in a wide variety of designs and thus can easily fulfill specific customer requirements.

Product scope:

  • Voltage: 245 - 550 kV for mineral oil, 52 - 550 kV for alternative fluids
  • Current: ≤ 5000 A
  • Technology: Resin impregnated paper (RIP)
  • Outdoor insulator: Porcelain and composite insulator with silicone sheds
  • Conductor system: Draw lead, fixed bottom contact, removable rod conductor, and draw rod conductor


AirRIP® flex key technical features:

  • Partial discharge-free dry bushing
  • Certified by independent test institutes for mineral oil and biodegradable ester oils
  • Certified for highest seismic resistance (IEEE- 693-2018) by utilizing a lightweight and FEM-optimized product design
  • Fast and easy installation without draining the transformer oil enabled by our patented QuickConnect™ system. Watch the QuickConnect™ video to discover its benefits.

Key benefits

Your "one-stop-shop" supplier

  • Find a pre-certified bushing solution for almost all specifications
  • Speed up your quotation request to secure an assured and industry-leading delivery time
  • Download your comprehensive bushing documentation instantaneously
  • Accelerate your commissioning work with our pluggable QuickConnect bushing connection
  • Partner with us as your unique “one-stop-shop” supplier


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