Distrbution & Power Transformers

Distribution & Power Transformers

Subjected to rigorous and strict quality controls at every stage of manufacturing, Designed to meet latest national international standards like BIS, IS, IEC, ANSI, BS, DIN, etc., Wide range of Transformers duly tested at Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore , Bhopal Quality assurance programme available

Most Suitable for

  • Tube Mills
  • Telecom Centers
  • Rice Mills
  • Rolling Plants
  • Educational Institutions
  • Cold Storage
  • Clubs
  • Pharmaceuticals Units
  • Residential & Commercial
  • ¬†Food Processing Unit
Off-circuit tap changer to provide +5% to -5% in steps of 2.5% (or as specified by customer)
On-load tap changer to provide +5% to -15% in steps of 1.25% (or as specified by customer)
Phase 50 Hz in voltages of 11 KV, 22 KV and 33 KV
Continuous duty
Painting as per IS / IEC standards
Vector group Dyn 11
Standard fittings as per IS: 2026 / IEC 76 / BIS 1180
HV side cable box/Bare Bushings
LV side cable box / bus duct
  • 1. Design conforms to BIS 1180 & IS:2026, BS 171, IEC 76 and other relevant standards
  • 2. Latest manufacturing techniques to ensure cost effectiveness and reliability
  • 3. Designed for 25 years of trouble – free performance
  • 4. Very low power loss and low noise
  • 5. Optimum utilization of active materials for sleek design
  • 6. Withstands electrical impulses, thermal and dynamic stresses
  • 1. 6.6 KV, 11 KV, 25 KV & 33 KV
  • 2. Upto 30 MVA
  • 3. Lowest Capacity is 5 KVA

IS, IEC, ANSI, JIS, BS, DIN, ETC.

TRANSFORMER OPTIONS

  • 1. Cooling Tubes/Radiators/Corrugated Tanks
  • 2. Pole Mounted / Ground Mounted
  • 3. Free Breathing / Hermetically Sealed
  • 4. CSP / Non CSP
  • 5. Winding-Copper/Aluminium Foil/Rectangular Wire/Round Wire
  • 6. Fittings and Accessories, Cable Terminations etc

SERVOMAX Transformers are designed and tested as per IS: 2026, BS-171, IEC-76 & IEC-726.

A Standard Vector is Dyn 11.

Are made as per the Site Requirement

SERVOMAX Transformers are designed for a maximum temperature rise of 40/500c