Basic Operations Of A Rectifier Transformer

rectifireA Rectifier Transformer is the one that is specially designed to convert alternating current to direct currents, which flows in one single direction. The process of transferring recognized as rectification. These are very much helpful to 6 or 12 pulse operation. These are typically connected with a diode or thyristor rectifier. Its application varies from very large aluminum electrolysis to several small operations. Rectifier Transformer Manufacturers built them with a combined or a separate voltage regulator unit.

These are built for all class voltage and current levels. Each and every transformer is designed with an inherent phase shift. These are used for industrial processes, which require a noteworthy direct current supply. This type of transformer is one, whose winding connected to one of these circuits. Sometimes, these rectifier transformers are also called as rectiformers. These are highly durable and reliable in nature and known for its long working life. These may provide high-current DC for electrochemical processes like chlorine and copper production and many other applications. Besides, you may find them in speed drive motor controls, mining applications, static precipitators and many others.

step-down-transformersIn short, if you want high-voltage power for your application, so, this rectifier transformer is ideal for you. It never disappoints your need and also fits into your stipulated budget. You can buy them from Trutech Products, which have a great reputation as one of the largest Transformer Manufacturers in India and all over the world. We have a variety of options to offer including Control, Three Phase, Step Down, Auto, and Special Purpose Transformer etc., so, you can buy them in any of the specification you want at a market beating price. What are you waiting for? Pick your phone and call now. Since 1997, we are at your service and do our best to meet your requirements within a mean time.

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