Coil winding made by TRAMAG
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Insights into the transformer and choke production of a leading specialist
Winding a coil so safely and precisely that it meets our customers’ requirements for an individual and specially developed transformer requires years of craftsmanship and skill, as well as precise knowledge of what is important for electrotechnically safe quality and functionality.
Precisely controlled manufacturing process
Numerically precisely controlled winding machines support the manual production process. The expertly crafted implementation of project-specific, individual requirements for transformer or choke winding enables precise adaptation to the electrical system of the customer’s application.
Permanent quality control
The winding operation, which is characterised by craftsmanship throughout, enables immediate fault detection: each individual work step by the employee who has been specially trained for the machine also means permanent quality control of the material used, thus preventing problems later on during electrical operation.
Years of craftsmanship experience
Separate transformer winding
The transformer winding is divided into two or more separate windings: A primary winding oriented to the input current/voltage values referred to from the line and one or more secondary windings oriented to the output current/voltage values required for machine operation.
Coil winding with different conductors
The winding ratio of the secondary coils to the primary coil determines the desired voltage transformation from the power line to the machine. Depending on the current density, different copper conductors (including strip material, round and flat wires or HF strands) are used for primary and secondary windings and processed in the coil winding.
TRAMAG also processes economically more favourable aluminium conductors for coil winding if this is technically possible and requested by the customer.
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