Power Distribution Panels with KVA Transformers
Temporary power distribution substations and portable power distribution panels are used to convert one type of voltage to another type of voltage, while enabling operators to power a variety of devices from multiple receptacles. Our portable power distribution substations consist of a power line feed, load center with breakers, transformer and outlets. Operators use these portable substations to convert power from a utility or generator set to voltages and outlets necessary to support multiple appliances. Applications include plant maintenance, events, remote work areas, work trailers, etc.
Several of our pre-configured substation are shown below. Many times, however, these temporary power distribution substations are built to customer specifications. Customer requirements include the source and voltage of existing power, number or outlets and desired voltage and amp ratings of those outlets. We use Cutler Hammer, Acme, Square D, Appleton and Crouse Hinds components. Customers also define the type of chassis materials (steel, aluminum, galvanized), format (cart style, skid mount, etc.) and other relevant application information. Our temporary power distribution substation and portable electrical distribution systems can be UL 1640 certified if required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 1-800-369-6671 to provide specifications and requirements.
Please contact us at 1-800-369-6671 or email@example.com with your requirements and specifications.
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|08/06/18||Requirements, Benefits and Options for Custom Power Distribution|
For fast-moving businesses, custom power distribution systems are key to flexible and scalable work sites. This is because power distribution requirements for industrial projects are very specific; and to cater to as many customers as possible, manufacturers offer stock models that can meet most power distribution needs on a very general level.
|05/30/18||Do I Need a Wye or Delta Transformer for Power Distribution?|
Three-phase transformers are configured or wired differently, allowing businesses to make full use of their power distribution systems. The units are equipped with three windings on the primary and secondary side. How the connections are setup on each side essentially determines its configuration.
|05/14/18||Calculating for KVA in Single and Three Phase Transformers|
Need to size a single or three-phase transformer? Transformer sizes are dictated by their respective KVA rating. Using common variables, one can compute for the required KVA rating or transformer size for a particular project, system or operation.
|03/12/18||Everything You Need to Know About Line Conditioners|
Current from mainstream sources, such as the city grid, must travel extended distances before reaching its destination, which for industrial facilities, is typically a large, expensive machine. Unfortunately, this exhausting process can negatively affect the quality of electrical current being fed into the unit, resulting in unwanted fluctuations, unnecessary noise or distortions – also known as “dirty” power. [...]
|03/05/18||Comparing Oil-type and Dry-type Transformers, Which One is Better?|
There are several types of transformers available on the market today, which come with their own respective pros and cons. Generally speaking, for medium-size transformers, the units can be categorized as oil-filled (liquid-type) or dry-type (solid state).
|09/18/17||Avoiding Transformer Fires and Explosions – Best Practices and Safety Guidelines|
In 2013, a coal-fired power plant in Georgia was rocked by a crippling explosion that injured three workers. During routine maintenance, a transformer caught on fire, resulting in damages to critical control rooms and other sections of the facility. [...]
|06/19/17||How Do Relays Function in Industrial Power Distribution Systems?|
Relays, or simple switches that are set off or activated via an electrical current, can decrease risks associated with overheating and trips – ensuring the system remains operational with minimal disruption.
|08/18/16||UL 1640 for Portable Power Distribution Systems|
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) has created several guidelines that manufacturers may use to increase compliance with the latest UL standards in safety and production. For portable power distribution systems, the UL standard is 1640 (Standard for Portable Power-Distribution Equipment). [...]
|12/20/11||Temporary Power Distribution Within Industrial Construction Projects|
The electrical power utilized by contractors often starts out as a primary high voltage connection to the local grid. These voltages vary according to the utilities involved and can exceed 11,000 volts. The first step is to reduce this to manageable voltages through the use of temporary power substations which reduce this current to 480VAC. Once this is achieved, the 480VAC power can be fed into distribution panels for routing through the structure. To provide power to every location within the [...]