Transformers for shipbuilding
TRAMAG transformers and chokes for maritime applications
Shipbuilders rely on wound goods from TRAMAG
TRAMAG transformers can be found worldwide in shipbuilding, on offshore platforms or in underwater construction – in other words, wherever a high degree of safety and reliability is required. We supply seaworthy transformers and reactors, on request also with marine classification approval according to DNV-GL.
Nearly 100 years of experience
DIN standard EN IEC 61558 compliant
Our products are wind and weather-proof
Transformers for maritime applications
Reliable, whether in offshore or underwater applications
Pre-magnetizing transformers for marine applications
With transformers, chokes and particularly with premagnetizing transformers, we optimize the power supply in the maritime sector. Since components in shipbuilding and on the high seas are subject to many harsh conditions such as dust or vibration, winding materials must be particularly resilient and robust.
Technology for your on-board power supply
On the waters and seas of this world, our customers trust TRAMAG’s transformer technology for the power supply of their on-board and lighting networks, for control and drive technology and for the premagnetization of medium-voltage transformers.
Our transformers are also available in compliance with DNV-GL on request.
- Construction and testing standard DIN EN IEC 61558
- UL/CSA / according to classification society e.g. DNV-GL
- Electrical protection classes I and II
- Insulation classes B, F and H
- Protection classes according to IP
- DIN ISO 9001:2015
Specialists for maritime transformers
Many years of expertise are needed to precisely calculate transformer and reactor design in shipbuilding and to develop customized concepts for power supply. Therefore, trust our experienced specialists to develop a suitable solution for your requirements.
Development expertise & production quality
Our expertise for your safety
TRAMAG attaches great importance to the electrical safety of its products, which is guaranteed by the strictest compliance with all relevant standards.
For almost 100 years TRAMAG has been developing and manufacturing a wide range of transformers and chokes for various applications all over the world.
A certified QM system, special testing facilities, as well as the distinctive quality commitment of all TRAMAG employees ensure our high quality standards.
The experience in development and production enables TRAMAG to respond flexibly and individually to special customer requirements, from one-off to series production.
Always up to date in transformer technology
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