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Power
For You.

Niagara Transformer produces power and special application transformers for service in the most extreme conditions and demanding applications anywhere in the world.

A POWERFUL
HISTORY WITH
A focus on
the future

The Niagara Transformer Corporation manufactured its first transformer in 1933 and continues to design, build and service power and special application transformers to meet specialized needs for difficult applications today. We provide a single source for all types and ratings of liquid-filled and special application transformers.

Our products comply with applicable industry and government standards practiced throughout the world. Our customers include large Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Engineering, Procuring and Construction (EPC) firms, as well as end-users in private industry, government, investor owned utilities, rural electrical co-op, municipal utilities, universities, and others.

The strength of Niagara Transformer is vast engineering and manufacturing experience combined with superior responsiveness and flexibility. Whether providing standard products or engineered-to-order designs, we are dedicated to ensuring that the customer has the best transformer to meet the most demanding applications. No matter how stringent the conditions or where you are in the world.

Our Transformers

Choose from the list of our featured transformer types below.

Rectifier Duty Transformer | Niagara Transformer

Rectifier Duty Transformers

  • Drive Duty Transformers
  • 6, 12, 18, 24, 36 Pulse Rectifier Duty Transformers
  • Variable Speed Drive Duty Transformers
  • Drive Output Transformers

  • Process High Current Duty Transformers
  • Extra Heavy-Duty Traction Transformers
  • 
Multiple Phase Shifted Windings Transformers

  • Static Frequency Converter Transformers
  • High Current Rectification Transformers
  • Cycle Converter Transformers
  • Excitation Transformers
  • Static Excitation Transformers
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Voltage Regulators

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Compartmental Type Tamper-Proof Enclosures, Reactors, Mining Duty Transformers, Marine Offshore Duty Transformers

Special Applications

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Industries We Serve

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Bio Gas Power
  • Cement
  • Chemical
  • Concentrated Solar Power
  • Electric Utilities
  • Electrochemical
  • Electrowinning
  • Export
  • Geothermal
  • Government
  • Laboratories
  • Marine – Offshore
  • Mass Transit
  • Military
  • Mining
  • Nuclear
  • Oil and Gas
  • Petrochemical Power Generation
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Refineries
  • Renewables
  • Specialty
  • Steel
  • Waste Water
  • Wind Energy

OUR TRANSFORMERS, BY THE NUMBERS

From the test floor to the substation yard, we put our expertise to the ultimate test every day.

TEST FLOOR
FAILURE RATE


0.75%

over the last 10 YEARS

FIELD
FAILURE RATE


0.32%

over the last 10 YEARS

Sharp Facility


ISO

9001

80





FOCUSED ON
THE FUTURE

Niagara Transformer is one of the most trusted transformer manufacturers in the world, but we’re not resting on our 95 years of continuous service. We’re focused on the future of the power industry, having recently invested $35 million in our facilities and testing and winding capabilities.

But if there’s anything we’ve learned over our long history, it’s that our real power is giving you confidence in our commitment to quality and safety, engineering depth and experience, manufacturing excellence, design nimbleness and production flexibility, continuous employee engagement—all while staying on fast and reliable shipping schedules.

Certifications

Small business certified for federal contracting, UL, CUL, RUS, DNV, ABS, Lloyd’s Register, FM UBC, CSA, WEEE, RoHS, RoHS China, CE, IEC, GOST, BS, PIP, KC

“At our core, Niagara Transformer has the best people, taking on the toughest engineering challenges with the highest quality and the shortest lead times.”

John F. Darby, President

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