Used and Surplus Transformers

A transformer is an electrical device used to lower or raise currents and voltages in an electrical circuit. These devices are used to feed power to data centers, large industrial plants, and other facilities. J&M Industrial provides one of the broad selections of used and surplus transformers from various industry-leading brands such as ACME, GTE Sylvania, Trans-Coil, Inc., and so on.


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Uses of Industrial Transformers

Electrical transformers are used to monitor and control the voltage of batteries, or deliver high currents across a wide range of voltage or during industrial processes such as electrolysis. Both unused and used electrical transformers find applications across industries such as:

  • Automotive
  • Electrochemical
  • Steel
  • Aerospace
  • Data Processing
  • Biomedical and Biochemical

 Why Choose Used Electrical Transformers from J&M Industrial

  • Quality: At J&M Industrial, we are committed to delivering only the best electrical products and electrical transformers are no different. All the products in this category are sourced from industry-leading brands.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Used and surplus electrical transformers from J&M Industrial offer the best value for investment. They are available at fractional prices than new ones.
  • Avoid Depreciation on Equipment: Like most industrial equipment, electrical transformers lose 20%-40% of the value right in the first year of operation. After that, the depreciation is almost linear. So, purchasing a high-quality used electrical transformer can save on the initial depreciation of the equipment.
  • Leverage the Latest Technology: At J&M Industrial, we stock industrial equipment of various types. Most times, we ensure to stock the equipment that is in vogue rather than equipment that is obsolete. This enables our customers to leverage the latest technology, equipment, and tools to their benefit.
  • Quick Turnaround Times: All the unused or used electrical transformers displayed here can be made available at the shortest turnaround times.

Why J&M Industrial?

  • Best Prices Guaranteed: All products on J&M Industrial are covered under the best price guarantee.
  • Great Customer Service: We take pride in the team comprising experts who understand the requirements of various industries, and have been serving customers efficiently for several years now. They test and inspect equipment before offering them for sale. This helps us assure the quality of equipment we sell. Additionally, they work closely with customers to understand their business requirements and budget constraints before suggesting the right equipment. This has tremendously helped our clients seek value out of their investment.
  • On-Demand Technical Support: Are you facing issues regarding any of the unused or used electrical transformers displayed here or during their installation? Our experts will help you resolve the same.

Tips to Troubleshoot Industrial Transformers

Industrial electrical transformers are of various types and have different electrical requirements. Although designed for long-term performance, they may fail at times. The complete failure of these transformers happens over time. So, you need to take care of the pre-alerting signs. The following tips will help you get it right:

  • Check for the occurrence of signs and note down the date of occurrence.
  • Conduct an in-depth analysis of failure signs.
  • Ensure the maintenance and repair is being performed regularly.

In addition to the above, you can troubleshoot any electrical transformer through the following steps:

  • Conduct an in-depth visual inspection: This needs to be conducted if you observe abnormal noise, heating, or local faults.
  • Check for the wiring of the transformer: It doesn’t matter whether you buy electrical transformers that are new or used, they are provided with schematics of the circuit and user manual. The wiring is also mentioned on the transformer. The schema of the transformer circuit is also provided on the website of the manufacturer.
  • Check for the inputs and outputs of the transformer: As with any other electrical equipment, industrial transformers have an input or output. The electrical circuit will be connected to the primary and it is its input. The circuit that receives power is connected to the secondary or the output. Ensure the voltage supplied to the primary and secondary is labeled on the transformer.
  • Understand the output filtering: It is common to attach diodes and capacitors to the secondary of the transformer for AC to DC conversion. You may not find this information on the label, so, check it on the schema.

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