"Fixed Load" Transformers?
investment and operating costs
FIXED LOAD Transformers fill the need for an economical secondary voltage
source. When light loads are served in areas of low load density, the
cost of providing secondary voltage is usually quite high. The need for
long secondary runs, or the use of over-sized distribution transformers,
contributes a large part of this cost. The resulting watts loss adds to
operating costs. The inherent low watts loss of our FIXED LOAD transformer
design cuts operating costs.
Ease of installation
of its size and weight, less pole space is required and handling and installation
work is simplified.
your line appearance
The slim silhouette of FIXED LOAD Transformers helps to improve
the appearance of overhead lines. The absence of secondary conductors
helps eliminate clutter which seems to be objectionable to the public.
Lower initial investment
and operating cost, ease of installation, and improved appearance are
the benefits you get with the use of FIXED LOAD Transformers. Small fixed
loads, especially off peak loads such as highway intersect lighting and
sign lighting, are valuable revenue producers with FIXED LOAD Transformers.