Hitachi Energy orders new GEORG lines for power transformer core production
Hitachi Energy has ordered two new GEORG precisioncut TBA1000 S lines from GEORG for two of their plants.
Both machines will be equipped with the GEORG high speed swing shear, providing highest flexibility in power transformer core design.
One machine will be delivered to the plant in Chongqing, China while the other one is dedicated for the plant in Guarulhos, Brazil.
GEORG is very pleased about the strategic partnership with Hitachi Energy.
These new machines equipped with highly efficient drives contribute to the sustainable development goal of Hitachi Energy to reduce energy consumption and lower carbon emissions with eco-efficient processes.
Hitachi Energy (formerly ABB) now operates about 35 GEORG Step Lap Lamination Cutting Lines and another 10 machines (such as slitting and corrugated tank wall production lines) supplied by GEORG also dedicated to the transformer production in various plants all around the world.
LTC relies on Georg robotline technology.
This year Georg comissioned two GEORG precisioncut TBA 400 robotlines at LTC in Italy successfully. The lines produce fully automatically complete transformer cores up to 1700mm lamination length and up to 440mm lamination width.
Successful commission of TBA400 at Lemi
TBA400 with high-speed configuration at our long-standing customer Lemi Trafo JSC.
Together with one slitting line which was put into operation a few weeks ago, the new TBA400 expands Lemi's machine park and supports their growth strategy.
The benefits of pin stacker technology for the distribution transformer production can also be gained from a Transformer Magazine article 'Demand driven core production' we published recently.
Finally, a special congratulations to our technicians and also to our customer’s employees for carrying out the commissioning in record time.