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We Buy Used Transformers

Due to a significant number of failures above and beyond anticipated failure rates, a utility in the Orlando area was required to engage most of their spare substation transformers leaving them vulnerable if they experienced additional failures. PARC souced a suitable replacement to allow additional insurance to keep the electricity flowing in the event of any further transformer failures.

we buy used transformers

We offer nationwide pickup of scrap & surplus transformers in all voltages, sizes, and conditions. Our offers are competitive and our service is unmatched. We have a number of different options for you depending on if you are looking for a quick pickup, or a larger return on your investment.

If you are looking to get rid of your old or surplus transformers quickly, this is the option for you. We make highly competitive offers on surplus & scrap transformers and can schedule trucks right away to pickup your equipment.

Our crews can scrap large power transformers up to 900 MVA on site and are certified to meet all the EPA and Osha requirements needed to do the job safely. This includes an option to have the transformers cut up using a torch or a saw.

Electrical Supplies Unlimited buys and sells new and power & electrical Transformers and more for San Diego County and surrounding areas including Orange County, Riverside and more. Of course, we can arrange shipment on a wide variety of products to service those outside our area. We will also purchase your used Transformers. If you have surplus electrical equipment, ESU wants to give you top dollar you for it!

ESU Inc has been in the electrical supply business for over 30 years. We have a large inventory of new, surplus and recycled electrical supplies both for the commercial and residential markets. We can offer the best pricing on your used and obsolete Electrical Transformers as our large client base allows us to give you the highest price possible. If you have surplus transformer equipment, give us a call and we will give you a quote. We will arrange for pickup and you get payment!

EquipNet is the world's leading provider of used transformers and other preowned equipment. Our exclusive contracts with our clients yield a wide range of used transformers from a number of respected OEMs, including Rex Manufacturing, General Electric, Ingersoll Rand, Square D, Voltran, and many others. EquipNet is constantly receiving used transformers of various makes and models. If you do not see the used transformer you are looking for, call one of our representatives and we will find it for you. We can also source the right tooling and change parts that you need through our huge network of corporate clients from around the globe.

At ELSCO, we have a unique and rigorous testing process to ensure that your custom-built transformer performs safely and at maximum capacity. We test every transformer not once, not twice, but five times. Because of our testing process, you get more peace of mind when you buy our transformers than you would buying anywhere else.

Transformer Network maintains an extensive inventory of high voltage transformers for both the power industry and electric utility substations. We have sold transformers of all brands including: General Electric, GE, Prolec, Siemens, Westinghouse, ABB, Delta Star and many others. We buy and sell used, rebuilt and surplus new transformers from 1 MVA to 1000 MVA.

Primarily serving both industrial and commercial markets, CORE knows transformers. With over 65 years of experience building and customizing transformer solutions, our team is laser-focused and ready to power your business. We provide a seamless customer experience, complemented by our unmatched technical skills and extensive knowledge of this highly specialized industry.

This is a Red Spec audio transformers designed and constructed to meet the rigid requirements of MIL-T-27E. It features an epoxy molded case, gold plated leads and exceptional operation from 300 Hz to 60 kHz.

If you have surplus transformers, please call us or fill out the form below. Or, if you already have a list, you can fax it to us at 479-646-4101. Please include all nameplate data, dimensions, weight and condition.

Transformers are a very versatile electrical equipment that is needed in several situations. Transformers are important equipment that accompanies several industrial machines. But transformers are not only confined in factories and industries, they can be found in homes as well as they have many domestic uses.

Transformers come in all shapes and sizes and there are many different types of transformers that suit different needs. Transformers can be custom designed by professionals to specifically meet the needs and requirements of the customers or they can be purchased from among the stock.

Buying a transformer can be a little daunting if you do not know what you are looking for, because transformers can come with several different specifications including design, requirements for installation etc.

Transformers are usually single phase or three-phase transformer, and the number of phases can vary depending on the requirement of the consumers, small houses and apartments usually only require the single phased transformers as they are sufficient for the small household equipments. Factories and industries usually employ three-phase transformers for the heavy equipment.

The main function of the transformers is to change the voltage of the main power supply to accommodate the requirements. Transformers can be designed to provide different voltages but when choosing the transformer it is also important to consider the voltage of the main power supply. The input voltage of the transformer depends on the main power supply and the output voltage depends on the requirement.

Transformers can be specially designed to also alter the frequency of the voltage supply. This is important when you use equipment made to be used in different country where the main supply has different frequency. For example, the frequency of the main supply voltage is 60 Hz in the US, and most of the machines and equipment designed to be used here are designed to use 60 Hz whereas the machines from the UK would require 50 Hz. So, to use the machines from the UK you might need a transformer.

Before you get a transformer it is important to realize the location and the size of the transformer. Where you plan to place the transformer is important, different types of transformers are suited in different locations, e.g. whether you plan to put the transformer indoor or outdoor, or will the transformer be placed near chemicals or other hazardous substance. Transformers when placed in the outdoor need to be designed to withstand the environmental factors.

Whatever your requirement for the transformers, Foster Transformer Company has you covered. They provide the transformers of the highest quality and are capable of providing the best solution for your need.

With a fleet of specifically-built transformers and other electrical equipment, High to Low Rentals is here to ensure that you can get back up and running in emergency situations, temporary applications, and other short-term needs.

As voltage can differ from country to country, you may need to use a voltage converter or transformer whilst in United Kingdom. If the frequency is different, the normal operation of an electrical appliance may also be affected. For example, a 50Hz clock may run faster on a 60Hz electricity supply. Most voltage converters and transformers come supplied with plug adaptors, so you may not need to buy a separate travel adaptor.

In United Kingdom the supply voltage is 230V. If the appliance is a single voltage rated appliance, it will need to operate at the same voltage as the supply voltage of the country i.e. 230V. If this is not the case it should be used alongside a voltage transformer or converter to allow the appliance to work safely and properly.

Converters and transformers perform a similar function, but their applications differ. Converters are typically used with appliances that operate for a short duration (1-2hours), whilst most transformers can be used alongside appliances that operate continuously.

Transform your electrical system with our top-notch selection of electric transformers. Our selection features high-quality products from trusted brands, offering exceptional performance and durability. Choose from a range of power outputs and voltages to meet your specific needs.

PARC already stocks the largest inventory of new and used transformer bushings in the world. Our large inventory, ability to quickly test and deliver to the jobsite makes us your go-to-guys when you need replacement bushings. We'll be here when you need us.

While superheroes and the big box office may have everything thinking about robots when we talk about transformers, they are actually a much more important device that is essential for the transmission, distribution, and utilization of alternating current electric power.

Transformers are often times filled with oil for insulation, to prevent electrical arcing and to serve as a coolant. This oil is similar to mineral oil and very flammable. When a transformer fails it can lead to an intense fire and violent explosion (feel free to check out one of the many videos online on exploding transformers). Transformers can hold anywhere between a few gallons to thousands of gallons. Transformers can be installed indoors or outdoors, but indoor transformers typically are not filled with oil while outdoor transformers often are.

Ideally, we want to prevent transformers from catching fire, but in the event one does catch fire or explode we want to limit the damage and potential spread of fire. This can be done by several means, the most common being physical separation and fire walls. NFPA 850, Recommended Practice for Fire Protection for Electric Generating Plants and High Voltage Direct Current Converter Stations, recommends that transformers with more than 500 gallons (1900 L) of oil be protected by a fire wall rated for 2 hours that is extended 1ft (300 mm) vertically and 2ft (600 mm) horizontally beyond the transformer. In lieu of a fire wall, physical separation is recommended anywhere from 5 to 25 ft (1.5 to 15 m) based on the oil capacity of the transformer. 041b061a72

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