The most common applications for cast resin transformers are:
Distribution transformers: used to transform the voltage of electricity from the transmission network to the distribution network, to then power domestic and industrial users.
Power transformers: employed for the conversion of medium/high voltage electricity, which finds application in different areas such as railway transportation and industrial sectors including steel, aluminum, cement, and more.
Isolation transformers: used to reduce electromagnetic noise in data transmission in IT contexts.
Transformers for photovoltaic systems: used to transform the direct voltage produced by solar panels into alternating voltage that can be used to power the electricity networks.
Transformers for wind farms: they have the function of transforming the direct voltage produced by the wind generators into alternating voltage that can be used to power the electricity grids.
Some of the less common applications are:
Transformers for microgeneration systems, i.e. small energy generators such as water turbines and wind generators.
Marine applications: cast resin transformers can be used on ships and boats to ensure safe and efficient electrical distribution.
Medical applications: the machines, in this case, have the function of ensuring the safety and quality of the power supply of medical equipment, such as MRI scans.
Transformers for aeronautical applications, which guarantee a reliable and safe power supply.