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Dry Type Transformers are electrical devices used to convert electrical energy from one voltage level to another. They are typically used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications. Dry Type Transformers are typically constructed with a core of laminated steel and a winding of copper or aluminum. They are designed to be more efficient than oil-filled transformers, as they do not require oil for cooling and insulation. Dry Type Transformers are also more environmentally friendly, as they do not require the use of hazardous materials. Additionally, they are more compact and lighter than oil-filled transformers, making them easier to install and maintain. Notable companies in the Dry Type Transformer market include ABB, Siemens, Schneider Electric, Eaton, and General Electric. Show Less Read more