High Voltage Power Transformers
High Voltage Power Transformers are devices that convert high voltage (usually 110 kV and above) electrical energy to low voltage (usually 36 kV and below) or medium voltage (usually 10-20 kV) levels. These transformers are generally used in power generation facilities, power transmission lines and large industrial facilities.
High Voltage Power Transformers are designed using high quality magnetic cores, high conductivity copper windings and special insulation materials. These transformers are used to distribute electrical energy from high voltage lines to low voltage lines. These transformers are overload protected and equipped with thermometers, protection relays and other safety measures. In addition, the efficiency, reliability and durability of these transformers are ensured by the use of high quality materials.
High Voltage Power Transformers play an important role in electrical transmission and distribution systems by enabling the conversion of electrical energy from high voltage level to low voltage level.