Winder Electrical manufacture a range of power transformers, up to 60MVA at 132kV. These can be of standard step-down design; CER type or special type for specific applications such as steel rolling mills; Thyristor converters or DC rectifiers.
Tap changing can be either off circuit or on load, equipped for manual/automatic, local remote or parallel control. Indoor remote tap changer control panels suit individual requirements can also be provided.
Full protection of the power transformers can be achieved by fitting oil and winding temperature indicators with alarm and trip facilities, Buchholz relays, pressure relief devices and protection CT’s.
Cables can be terminated into air or compound cable boxes, suitable for top or bottom entry, or alternatively turret mounted, outdoor weatherproof bushings can be provided.
Every power grid in the world operates on the basis of a series of interconnected networks of different voltage levels. Transformers represent the key component in, literally, transforming power from one network to another.
We specialise in designing and manufacturing power transformers up to a rating of 60MVA. We have term contracts with three major network operators in the United Kingdom for 33/11kV primary power transformers.
We have designed and manufactured over one hundred of these power transformers in the past few years. They are in service from right up in the Orkney Islands off the north coast of Scotland to the south of England.
Winder Power’s Leeds-built power transformers are distributing electricity to approximately 500,000 homes and businesses throughout the United Kingdom.
In addition Winder’s Power transformers are distributing power in some of the largest petro-chemical and industrial plants in the United Kingdom and the Middle-East.
Winder Power transformers also connect several substation renewable energy schemes, such as wind farms, supplying the country’s energy needs.
Electricity generation companies
in the UK and beyond including the largest coal fired power station in Western Europe
The rail industry including
Distribution network operators
throughout the UK
Oil, gas, petrochemical and industrial plants throughout the world