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Substation distribution transformers

ANSI standards

Substation distribution transformers have cover-mounted, primary and secondary bushings and can be provided with load tap changers (LTC). They are generally connected directly to overhead utility power lines.

Unit substation distribution transformers are generally close coupled to switchgear, motor control, bus duct, or another type of incoming and outgoing equipment.

Hitachi ABB Power Grids' proven design offers excellent mechanical strength that has been proven through years of service and special testing. Hitachi ABB Power Grids uses a low frequency heating insulation drying process where the insulation is dried in its own tank and is never exposed to the atmosphere once it dries.

 

Product scope

  • Rated power: up to 10,000 kVA
  • Rated voltage: up to 33 kV
  • Cooling type: ONAN / ONAF / ODAF
  • Available fluids: mineral oil and ester fluids (natural and synthetic)

Why Hitachi ABB Power Grids?

  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids utilizes a focus factory concept which leads to great experience in specific products giving a very high level of consistency in design, manufacture and test
  • ABB has the biggest library of type tested designs
  • All Hitachi ABB Power Grids distribution transformers factories utilize the common design platform giving us best in class experience, consistency and repeatability
  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids has more distribution transformer factories than any other supplier, meaning we are always close to your project destination
  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids utilizes best in class manufacturing and quality processes to ensure that our transformers will meet the most stringent requirements
  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids has the widest portfolio of distribution transformer products meaning that our experience in providing solutions to challenging requirements is unrivalled
  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids leads the supply base in technological advancement with our Green-R-Trafo products

Get to know more

  • The EcoDesign Directive of the European Union and the related Regulation 548/2014 for transformer losses requires manufacturers to publish on the internet information on rated power, load loss, no-load loss and weight and type of the major components of typical transformers, which are compliant with the Regulation on. Such typical values are specified under EU EcoDesign product information for Tier 1 requirements.
  • Load loss and no-load loss values are maximum values with 0% upwards tolerance. If a value exceeds at factory routine testing the maximum value, the transformer is not compliant with the Regulation and it is not allowed to use it in the EU.
  • Note that the values indicated for the weights depend on each specific transformer specification and may vary. The values also depend on the exact grade of electrical steel to be used. Transformer designs and materials used are constantly changing with changing materials prices.
  • Hitachi ABB Power Grids can also provide transformers according to Tier 2 loss requirements and even lower losses. Hitachi ABB Power Grids is the leading manufacturer for ultra-efficient transformers,  as a company being itself fully dedicated to energy efficiency, and able to consult you for energy efficiency and sustainability.

Digital distribution transformer for ANSI / IEC standards

Hitachi ABB Power Grids’s new TXpert™ distribution transformer provides valuable information on how the transformer is operating using integrated sensing technology.

Integrated sensing technology gathers data which can be used to calculate transformer consumed life and overall operating conditions. Data is stored for up to 20 years fully encrypted using the latest technology.

The internal WiFi network on TXpert™ is capable of connecting to several communications mediums using standard protocols using best practices in cyber security.  When wide area communications are enabled, real time data is available to transmit network conditions.

Resilient solution for distribution transformers in harsh environments

Utilities and industrial companies recognize the many causes of transformer tank degradation and are turning to stainless steel. However, stainless can be heavier and larger, creating the need for new pads and civil work at the replacement site. With TXtreme™, the transformer looks like a regular unit but has a coating system sturdy enough to outlast environmental factors.

The transformer incorporates breakthrough technology that is designed to provide the extra protection needed from harsh environments. The unique coating is on the tank, joints and cooling system. The new patented* coating system can survive the elements and help reduce operations and maintenance costs because there is no longer a need to touch up or repaint the transformer due to corrosion. Additionally, TXtreme™ provides superior protection against leaks.

* Patent pending

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