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When selecting a transformer, a customer needs to understand very clearly the issues relating to the load that the transformer will supply or be supplied by.

The Importance of Load

When selecting a transformer, a customer needs to understand very clearly the issues relating to the load that the transformer will supply or be supplied

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Why Dry-type Transformers?

Dry-type transformers are safer and more environmentally friendly, while requiring less maintenance. This is why much of the world has moved towards this technology, and

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The Ins and Outs of Transformer Losses

The losses of a transformer comprise two parts – no-load (or core) losses and load (or copper) losses. No-load losses are a constant and are independent of the power being drawn while load losses vary according to the power being draw.

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