Products

Distribution transformers

A distribution transformer is a transformer that provides the final voltage transformation in the electric power distribution system, stepping down the voltage used in the distribution lines to the level used by the customers.

Rage

16kVA to 2500Kva

Voltage

33kV; 22kV; 11kV; 6.6kV; 3.3kV; 0.433kV

Vector Group

As per IS: 2026 (part 4)

Class of insulation

Class A

Cooling

ONAN

Type

On load tap changer/off loads tap changer

Frequency

50 HZ

Applicable standard

IS: 1180/IS: 335/IS: 2066/IS: 3347 or IEC: 60076

Cast resin transformer

A transformer in which the core and windings are not immersed in an insulating liquid and coils are resin impregnated.

Rage

10kVA to 2500kVA

Voltage

33kV; 22kV; 11kV; 6.6kV; 3.3kV; 0.433kV

Vector Group

As per IS: 2026 (part 4)

Class of insulation

Class F

Cooling

AN OR ANAF

Type

On load tap changer/ off load tap changer or Off load tap links

Frequency

50 HZ

Applicable standard

IS: 11171/IS: 2066/IS: 3347 OR IEC: 60076

Vacuum Pressure Impregnated Transformer (VPI)

This type of transformer is made with minimum flammable material as insulation of windings. The insulation of the winding is void free impregnation that is made with class H polyester resin. Moisture Ingress Protection is high and it never gets affected by moisture.
This type of transformer is available from 5KVA to 3MVA with insulation grade F(155oC) and H(180oC). It’s with Protection up to IP56.
This type of transformer has several advantages. They are-

FURNANCE TRANSFORMER

An induction furnace transformer is used to supply power to an induction furnace, which lowers the high voltage to the lower voltage required for induction furnace applications. Our induction furnace transformers could be designed from 50Kva to 3,000 KVA.
Furnace transformers are very much in a production environment.

Phase

Three Phase

Input Voltage

415 V

Cooling Type

Oil Cooled

Frequency

50 – 60 Hz

Output Voltage

420 V

Efficiency

99 %

SPECIAL TYPE TRANSFORMER

Special transformers are used in special applications in the industry and in the grid. They are produced in small numbers and they generally have to deal with over currents, over voltages and reactive loads under severe conditions. A longer design and production process is required for special transformers than standard type power transformers. Special transformers are regarded as the peak of transformer industry due to know-how, diligence and accuracy required by both design and production technology.