SASAC: Sixteen transformers developed by Toshiba Changzhou have been put into operation in Thailand.
Date: April 15, 2018
On April 10, it was learned that 16 transformers produced by Changzhou Toshiba Transformer Co., Ltd. were put into operation in all three substations constructed by Thailand Power Generation Company, which provided a great guarantee for the stability of local power supply.
This batch of transformers is the first time for the company to adopt the IEEE standard system for design, which is a great challenge for the technical department, and the users' high requirements for products are well known in the world, which puts forward very high requirements for design and production.
In order to ensure the timely delivery of products, the company has reasonably scheduled production, strictly controlled quality and safety, closely cooperated with departments, completed the production task of 16 products in seven months, and all of them passed the factory test at one time. When Thai users came to supervise the company, they admired the company's ability to produce 16 sets of products with high quality and quantity in a short period of time under full-load production conditions, and highly evaluated the company's strong technical strength, on-site manufacturing level and production coordination ability.
The transformer produced by Changzhou Toshiba has excellent performance, safety and reliability, high efficiency of installation and service, which has been unanimously recognized by users. This has laid a good foundation for the company to expand the power market in Thailand and even Southeast Asia.
(This article is reprinted from: Polaris Transmission and Distribution Network)