• Isolation Transformer Safe Guarding Electronic System

    Isolation Transformer Safe Guarding Electronic System 18th September 2019

    An Isolation Transformer is one whose primary and secondary windings are separated from each other. It is made of two copper coils which are wound around each other and each supplied their own power source. In technical terms, it is a transformer, which is specially designed to isolate a circuit from an alternating current.

    It completes its function by separating two circuits by reducing the alternating current’s voltage before it comes in touch with the circuit itself. It plays an important role in increasing the safety of your electronic system.

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  • The Basics Of Step Up And Step Down Transformers

    The Basics Of Step Up And Step Down Transformers 11th September 2019

    An Industrial Transformer is the most influential device that is used to transform electrical energy from one device to another with the help of mutual induction. For this purpose, you will not require a direct electrical connection between the two and the operation of mutual induction is carried between two windings of the device.

    It is available in the huge range to serve the industries with the complete requirements. The range includes Control, Auto, Three Phase, Step Down, Step Up, Isolation, Rectifier, and Special Purpose Transformers among various others. Each variant has different working but all of them provide a constant supply of power at last.

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  • Isolation Transformers Common Uses

    Isolation Transformers Common Uses 4th September 2019

    A transformer is a tool commonly used to transfer electrical energy from a certain circuit to another circuit by means of inductively tied conductors. These conductors are made up of two or more ferromagnetic coils named as windings. When there are any electrical alterations made in the main winding, this creates a sporadic magnetic field in the core.

    Thus, it will reproduce a fluctuation that includes the field on both sides of secondary winding. As a result, it provides intermittent electrical energy in the secondary coils. There are various forms of transformers that help transfer electrical power. One popular form is the isolation transformer, which offers different applications and purposes.

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  • Express Transformers to Attend RailOps 2019

    Express Transformers to Attend RailOps 2019 2nd July 2019

    We hope you are all ready for RailOps this year. We certainly are!

    Come along and meet us at The Heath Business Park in Runcorn on 4th July and have a chat with our team. Let’s explore the potential for collaboration on future projects in the rail industry.

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  • Express Transformers and Controls to Attend Millian Rail Exhibition

    Express Transformers and Controls to Attend Millian Rail Exhibition 9th April 2019

    We are pleased to announce that Express Transformers and Controls will be attending the Millian Rail Exhibition in Runcorn on Thursday 16th May 2019.

    This presents a great opportunity for those working in the rail industry to chat with our team and explore the potential for collaboration on future projects. It’s also a great chance to learn about the latest technology through live demonstrations and listen to key insights from industry figureheads.

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  • Meet The Express Transformers Team!

    Meet The Express Transformers Team! 1st October 2018

    We are very excited to be exhibiting at the upcoming Chester Business Show! This is now the 6th time the show is being run and has become a very popular destination for businesses to meet and interact with other businesses. This is a unique chance to meet, listen to and learn from the brightest minds in business across the region and beyond.

    Attending the event is completely free of charge so click here to book your ticket today. We would absolutely love the opportunity to meet you there.

    As part of the Chester Business Show, there will be 2 dedicated seminar areas with free sessions running all day as well as unlimited access to the exhibition area and complimentary access to networking and 8 general business seminar sessions.

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  • How Do Ferrite Beads Work?

    31st August 2018

    You may have heard lots about ferrite beads, but you may be wondering – how do ferrite beads work? Unfortunately, they are not the most straightforward to understand. If you need to use them, then you need to understand them thoroughly. For example, you must understand their electromagnetic characteristics as they can change while being used. Once you are knowledgeable about ferrite beads, one must be selected for the circuit board. If you don’t select the correct one, it will cause problems.

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  • Purpose of RF Coils

    24th August 2018

    What is the purpose of RF coils?

    The purpose of RF coils (radio frequency coils) is that they can be a transmitter, a receiver, or both. They are used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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  • Types of Power Resistors

    16th August 2018

    There are various types of power resistors:

    • Wirewound resistors
    • Grid resistor
    • Water resistors

    Express Transformers & Controls Ltd. offer power resistors in 130, 200, 300, 400, 450, 600, and 750 watt.

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  • Your Guide To Transformers

    20th July 2018

    Express Transformers and Controls Ltd (2015) design and manufacture various high performing transformers. In this guide to transformers, we will discuss:

    • what a transformer is
    • what a transformer is used for
    • transformer sizes
    • the types of transformers

    You can also click here to view our full range of products.

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  • Winding Connections For Three-Phase Transformers

    13th July 2018

    In simple terms, the three-phase transformer is generally a combination of three windings. This type of transformer has a lot of offer due to it’s ability to supply large loads and power distributions. It is compact, easy to install, requires low maintenance, and is a highly durable device. There are four winding connections for three-phase transformers to ensure improved performance.

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  • High Voltage Verses Low Voltage Transformers

    2nd July 2018

    The Power Transformer

    If you are considering investing in a power transformer, it’s crucial to know the devices as best as you can. For example, the differences between high voltage verses low voltage transformers. Transformers are quite complex and a crucial element of power transmission. Furthermore, the most appealing aspect is that it can last up to three decades.

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  • Auto Transformer Advantages & Applications

    25th June 2018

    Auto Transformer – What Is It?

    It is a transformer that has just one winding, wound around a laminated core. It is a piece of equipment that supplies power from one circuit to another. This is carried out through electromagnetic induction. Auto transformers are similar to ordinary transformers regarding their functions and features. However, there is a difference in the interrelation between their primary and secondary windings. Auto transformer advantages and applications are plentiful.

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  • Tail Lift & Refrigeration Unit Power Supplies

    12th February 2016

    We are pleased to announce that we now produce tail lift power supplies that are custom designed to suit your power and cable length needs.

    • Models for 415V three phase or 240V single phase supply operation
    • Current rating to suit needs
    • Lead lengths to suit
    • Industry standard connectors

    Download a copy of our Tail Lift & Refrigeration Unit Power Supplies brochure for more details.

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  • Express Transformers & Controls (2015) Limited

    20th March 2015

    We are delighted to inform you that we have purchased the business and assets of Express Transformers & Controls Limited (in Administration) from the Administrator. This is with effect from the close of business on the 28 February 2015.

    We will be continuing the long-established business in Runcorn with our expert workforce and are looking forward to a long and satisfactory business relationship with your company. Our management team and Board have been enhanced and will be supported by Mr Bill Sullivan who has over 46 years of experience with the company.

    We will continue to manufacture top class components and will be pleased to provide you with any quotation for the products that you may wish to buy. It will be very much ‘business as usual’ and it is with great pride that we write to you to confirm that we can ensure continuity of supply.

    Should you have any queries or would like more information please do not hesitate to contact either Alan Kelly or Bill Sullivan on telephone number 01928 574491 or by email at a.kelly@express-transformers.co.uk or w.sullivan@express-transformers.co.uk . For technical enquiries contact Kevin Haynes (k.haynes@express-transformers.co.uk.)

    We look forward doing business with you.

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