A single-phase transformer is frequently used for power distribution and voltage reduction for residential and lighter commercial applications. Single-phase transformers are most commonly used in non-urban areas, where it is not economical to have a three-phase transformer.
Rectifier transformers are used for industrial processes, which require a significant direct current (dc) supply.
Excitation transformers are used in the excitation systems to magnetize generators and synchronous motors. The excitation transformer is an essential part of a generator. Our experience ensures the reliability of your system.
A grounding (also known as earthing) transformer is a three-phase transformer connected to the power system to provide a missing neutral connection for earthing. Grounding transformer provides a relatively low-impedance path to ground, thereby maintaining the system neutral at or near ground potential.
An amorphous metal transformer (AMT) is a type of extremely efficient transformer featuring extremely low losses found on electric grids. The magnetic core of this transformer is made with a ferromagnetic amorphous metal. Transformers that are more efficient lead to a reduction of generation requirement and, when using electric power generated from fossil fuels, less CO2 emissions.