Servokon, established in 1990, is a renowned transformer manufacturer in India known for producing high-quality transformers using cutting-edge technology. We specialize in designing, fabricating, and supplying various power conditioning equipment and transformers, including power transformers, distribution transformers, furnace transformers, and dry-type transformers. Our commitment to quality and transparency has earned us the trust and satisfaction of customers in India and worldwide. We hold certifications from ISO, NABL, ERDA, and other reputable government organizations, enabling us to expand our reach and supply durable, high-performance transformers.
At Servokon, our vision is to revolutionize the transformer manufacturing industry continuously. We have built a state-of-the-art infrastructure equipped with advanced machinery and a team of highly skilled engineers and industry experts. Our meticulous approach spans all processes, from research and development to design, manufacturing, coating, testing, packaging, and distribution. We understand the critical role transformers play in industries and residential areas for the efficient transmission and distribution of electrical power. We prioritize sourcing the finest resources and materials to craft exceptional-quality transformers.
Types of Transformers Manufactured by Servokon:
Power transformers are essential for power generation, transmission, and distribution. These transformers adjust voltage levels to suit energy transmission and distribution requirements. Servokon offers a wide range of power transformers with capacities up to 50MVA and voltage ranges up to 69kV, catering to various industries.
Distribution transformers play a crucial role in delivering electrical energy from distribution channels to commercial, industrial, and residential areas. They reduce high voltage to a safe and usable level.
Inverter Duty Transformers:
Inverter duty transform manufactures high-quality inverter duty transformers for various applications, including wind and solar energy projects.
Furnace transformers provide energy to arc furnaces, adjusting voltage levels as required. These transformers are known for their durability and resistance to mechanical and electrical stress.
Compact Sub Stations (CSS):
Compact substations combine transformers, switchgear, and medium-voltage and low-voltage equipment within a lockable enclosure. Servokon manufactures compact substations of up to 2500KVA capacity, serving industries like telecommunications, transportation, renewable energy, and construction.
Dry Type Transformers:
Dry-type transformers utilize solid insulation and cooling materials like cast resin, eliminating the need for liquid insulation.
Pad Mounted Transformers:
Pad-mounted transformers are enclosed within cabinets and stabilize output voltage for efficient power distribution. Servokon’s three-phase pad-mounted transformers with liquid insulation are suitable for outdoor installations and are widely used in telecommunications, transportation, and commercial areas.
HT-AVR Transformer with Built-In AVR:
High-tension transformers with built-in automatic voltage regulators (AVR) regulate high-voltage inputs to meet distribution requirements. Servokon manufactures HT-AVR transformers of up to 10 MVA capacity, ideal for industries like automotive, power plants, and renewable energy projects.
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- Macroplast Transformers
- Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
- Siemens India
- EVR Power
- Kirloskar Electric Company Limited
- Alstom T&D India
- Uttam Bharat
- Kotson Pvt. Ltd.
- ABB India
What are the different types of Transformers?
- Power Transformers
- Distribution Transformers
- Hermetically Sealed Transformers
- Inverter Duty Transformers
- Furnace Transformers
- Compact Sub Stations (CSS)
- Dry Type Transformers
- Pad Mounted Transformers
- HT-AVR Transformer with Built-In AVR
Why are Transformers Used?
Ans. Transformers are used for efficient energy transmission and distribution, safety, support for renewable energy projects, power loss reduction, voltage adjustment, and cost-efficiency.