Power plant

Generated energy needs measurement, protection and revenue metering (billing). ELEQ transformers.

A power plant is a large-scale industrial building where energy is generated. There is a distinction between power plants: some exclusively generate electricity, and some are thermal power stations, which generate both electricity and heat.The fuel is first burnt in a large incinerator. Loads of heat gets released, which is used to heat up giant amounts of water until steam formation takes place. The steam is heavily pressurised, and this pressure will then be used to drive one or more turbines. The turbine starts rotating and causes the generator to generate the current. Through this network of high-voltage pipelines, this generated power is transported to the consumers. Finally, the steam that drives the turbine is cooled off again in a heat exchanger, and the steam condenses back into water. The water is returned to the oven, and the circuit is closed again.

Depending on the required specifications, we offer a number of standard transformers for protection, measurement and revenue purposes of generated energy. Please feel free to contact us and ask for the possibilities in case you are looking for another solution for energy generation.

Low voltage transformers
Medium voltage transformers
Generator transformers

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