Trafo Power Solutions has been growing its footprint in Africa with a contract pipeline that clearly demonstrates the market’s confidence in dry-type transformers for indoor applications, hazardous areas, remote locations and demanding outdoor environments.
The steady uptake of dry-type transformers in the African market is being driven by the range of advantages offered by this technology, and there has been wider application as use moves from niche to more universal use.
Greater safety, lower maintenance requirements and reduced energy consumption are among the factors driving the popularity of dry-type transformers in Africa, according to local specialist
Trafo Power Solutions leveraged its expertise and applications knowledge to provide a fit-for-purpose design for a replacement dry-type reactor for a major banking company’s backup power generating system.
Space in urban areas is an increasingly scarce commodity. Commercial buildings are often innovatively designed to maximise this lack of space. Such buildings need transformers
Underground mines in southern, central and west Africa have been seeing the safety benefits of dry-type transformers from Johannesburg-based Trafo Power Solutions.
A focus on application engineering allows Trafo Power Solutions to supply customised dry-type transformers for a range of sectors including renewable energy.
Trafo Power Solutions is supplying dry-type transformers to the Tippler 3 Project at the Saldanha iron ore load-out station.
In a specialised application on a coal mine, Trafo Power Solutions recently supplied a dry-type transformer mounted on a mobile skid.
Dry-type transformer specialist Trafo Power Solutions has delivered transformers and other electrical upgrades for a global beer maker’s expanded facility in Gauteng. In addition to supplying three transformers, the company interfaced closely with the customer’s Europe-based engineering team as well as with local electrical contractors and consultants.
Trafo Power Solutions, experts in dry-type transformers, has recently completed a contract as part of a significant upgrade at a Mpumalanga coal mine.