POWINS Transformers

POWINS Pty Ltd is proud to be the exclusive distributor for the internationally recognised, Charoenchai Transformers Co., Ltd (CCT) in Thailand. 

POWINS execute, design and deliver turnkey solutions to the Australasian and International market.

The local target growth regions for POWINS are Fiji, New Caledonia, PNG and New Zealand, as well as our existing International supply regions

POWINS and CCT have already supplied over 300+ distribution transformers to prominent projects and clients such as FMG, BHP and Rio Tinto in Australia. POWINS are recognised for our engineering and service capabilities.

Charoenchai Transformers (CCT) is in its third generation of operation since opening in 1963 manufacturing Oil Immersed Transformers up to 20MVA at 36kV and Dry Type. CCT's facility is 30,000sqm plus and is acknowledged as a state of the art facility. As such POWINS offer impressive lead times for transformers to our clients and remain engaged during each stage of the manufacturing process.

Hermetically Sealed Transformer with and without N₂ gas cushions are one type of oil immersed transformer manufactured by CCT.  The tank is completely sealed so as to prevent moisture and oxygen from entering into the transformer.

Open Type Transformer with Conservator Tank is one type of oil immersed transformer which is equipped with oil conservator and has air inlet and outlet to release internal pressure from the expansion of the oil volume due loading.

Special Transformers

  • Dry Type and Cast Resin Transformers
  • Transformer for VSPP and SPP Application
  • AVR Transformer with On Load Tap Changer
  • Transformer with On Load Tap changer
  • Transformer for Unit Substation
  • Transformer for Coal Mine Application (Vibration Proof)
  • Transformer for Solar Farm Application

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Installation Base 2005-2018