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Why would you even ask such a question. If you are considering patching an high voltage transformer > 65K volts your crazy.

Just so we understand each other
  • High (HV), Extra- High (EHV) & Ultra-High Voltages (UHV) - 115,000 to 1,100,000 VAC.
  • Medium Voltage (MV) - 2,400 to 69,000 VAC.
  • Low Voltage (LV) - 240 to 600 VAC.
 

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T&R in South Dakota or SUNBELT SOLOMON SERVICES, Kansas. Used to give better warranties on rebuilds than you could get new. I once had a transformer that I waiting for a rebuild was going to take to long. Talking to my buddy at Sunbelt, Jed found out they had just finished one that would work for my need. Contacted the customer and made a deal. They shipped the rebuilt one and picked up the old one. Everyone was happy except for my 20 man crew that had to disconnect and reconnect in less than a week. This was 115kv to 69 kv. Got yelled at by the big boss for give the guys a 4 day weekend when the job was done. That was ok every one in the shop wanted to work on my projects.
 
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