iCrowd Newswire – Jul 24, 2020
Dielectric fluids are materials used in the electrical industry in medium to high voltage applications such as transformers, capacitors, high voltage switchgear, and high voltage cables. They are mainly used in these applications to provide electrical insulation, to subdue electric arc and corona discharge, and also serve as a coolant. An ideal dielectric fluid possesses properties such as high dielectric strength, high thermal stability, better heat transfer properties, non-flammability, inertness, low toxicity, and low cost.
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Top Key Players Profiled in This Report: 3M Company, Cargill, Incorporated, Engineered Fluids, Green Revolution Cooling, Inc., M&I Materials Ltd., NYCO, Repsol S.A., Shrieve Chemical Company, Soltex Inc., Solvay SA
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- Global Dielectric Fluids Market Overview
- Economic Impact on Industry
- Market Competition by Manufacturers
- Production, Revenue (Value) by Region
- Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
- Market Analysis by Application
- Cost Analysis
- Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
- Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
- Market Effect Factors Analysis
- Global Dielectric Fluids Market Forecast
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Keywords: 3M Company, Cargill, Incorporated, Engineered Fluids, Green Revolution Cooling, Inc., M&I Materials Ltd., NYCO, Repsol S.A., Shrieve Chemical Company, Soltex Inc., Solvay SA