Electrical transformer with a unique core

Electrical transformer with a unique core.

 

 

In the process of operation of the transformer there are losses. To reduce losses in the magnetic circuit (core) electric transformer uses a unique innovative material with better magnetic properties than conventional electrical steel. Electric transformer, made from innovative material that is capable of three times to reduce the loss during the voltage conversion, in contrast to the classic steel.

 

Description

Advantages

 


Description:

Electric transformer is a device for converting electric current of variable voltage with two or more stationary windings that turn (change) the parameters of alternating current: voltage, current, frequency, number of phases.

The principle of operation of electrical transformer based on the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction.

Electrical transformer consists of one primary winding, one or more secondary windings and a ferromagnetic core (magnetic core), usually a closed shape.

Traditionally, the ferromagnetic core is made of sheet electrical steel.

In the process of operation of the transformer there are losses: magnetic and electric. Magnetic losses occur in the magnetic core. Electrical – in the windings.

To reduce losses in the magnetic circuit (core) electric transformer uses a unique innovative material with better magnetic properties than conventional electrical steel.

Electric transformer design which uses the core of this innovative material that is capable of three times to reduce the loss during the voltage conversion, in contrast to the classic steel. For example, the transformer capacity of 1,000 kVA with a similar core will be able to save over 16,000 kWh annually.

The main feature of the innovative core is using in its construction a metallic glass having a crystalline lattice. This material allows to reduce power losses during the conversion due to a more favorable magnetic properties than classic electrical steel.

Transformers with these innovative cores are harder and more expensive to manufacture than conventional, but thanks to great savings on the cost of the new devices will be able to recoup in just a couple of years.

 


Advantages:

– reduction of losses in the voltage conversion in 3 or more times.