Not everyone knows that the raw materials used to make dry type transformers are highly recyclable. Let's discover these long-lived materials and explore their function.
The core consists of silicon steel laminations with low magnetic loss, which reduce energy losses.
The windings are usually made of high quality copper or aluminum coils.
Insulating tapes are used to insulate the conductors.
The resin is used to create an insulating barrier between the transformer windings and the outside, ensuring the long-term safety and reliability of the transformer.
Electrical components, such as connectors and terminals, are used to connect transformer windings to the transformer's input and output circuits.