Three Phase Isolation Transformer
3 PH Isolation Transformer Aluminum & Copper Winding
Isolation Transformers are dry type, natural air cooled isolation (separation) transformers where the primary (line) and secondary (load) side windings are electrically and galvanic ally separated from each other, thus, there is a functional insulation by design. Reliable designs w.r.t. location of transformers in power configurations as bypass, mains, input, inverter, output, etc.
We manufacture 1 KVA to 1500 KVA Capacity designed for isolating sensitive equipment’s from Line Voltage Transients, Spikes & D.C. leakage. Also removes EMI/RFI noise, utility switching transients and background spikes.
An isolation transformer is a transformer used to transfer electrical power from a source of alternating current (AC) power to some equipment or device while isolating the powered device from the power source, usually for safety.
Isolation transformers provide galvanic isolation and are used to protect against electric shock, suppress electrical noise in sensitive devices, or transfer power between two circuits that must not be connected. Suitably designed isolation transformers block interference caused by ground loops. Isolation transformers with electrostatic shields are used for power supplies for sensitive equipment such as computers or laboratory instruments. Strictly speaking, any true transformer, whether used to transfer signals or power, is isolating, as the primary and secondary are not connected by conductors but only by induction.
- Compact Size
- Dimensional Accuracy
- Safety During testing & Services
- Protection of the Users from the Faulty Equipment’s
- Engineering & Manufacturing (Railway, Oil & Gas, Construction)
- Metal Cutting (CNC&EDM)
- Textile & Apparel (Weaving, Knitting, Spinning, Dyeing & compacting)
- Hospitals, Laboratories & Bio Medicals
- Retail Showrooms, Restaurants
- Fuel Stations
- Domestic Applications
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