This article was originally published by the IEE by Nehad El-Sherif and Sheldon P. Kennedy on October 30, 2018 Neutral grounding of industrial power systems has always been a controversial topic. Historically, systems with ungrounded neutral were dominant because of the service continuity with a ground fault on the system. This resulted in high system<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.niagaratransformer.com/design-guide-neutral-grounding-of-industrial-power-systems/" title="ReadA Design Guide to Neutral Grounding of Industrial Power Systems: The Pros and Cons of Various Methods">... Read more »</a>
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What type of conductor is used in Niagara Transformers?
Copper or aluminum.
What types of windings does Niagara Transformer offer?
- Circular layer
- Rectangular layer
- Circular disc
- Helical disc
- Wire and sheet windings
What is the difference between a Step-Down Transformer vs. Step-Up Transformer?
The main difference is the number of turns a winding has on the primary coil vs the secondary coil. More turns on the primary coil will give you a step-down transformer which reduces the voltage from the input to output whereas a step-up transformer would be constructed the opposite way; more winding turns on the secondary for increased voltage.
What types of transformers does Niagara Transformer offer?
Liquid filled substation and special application transformers.
What types of transformer liquids does Niagara Transformer Corp. offer?
- Mineral Oil
- Seed Oils
Why Niagara Transformer Corp.?
- Best in class, industry leading quality
- Over 85+ years of transformer industry experience
- Over 75,000+ transformers shipped to date
- Over 400 years of transformer specific design experience, 700 years of transformer specific manufacturing experience
- Privately owned – no private equity, ownership stability over 95 years.