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Zig Zag Transformers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of zig zag transformer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source zig zag transformer manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate zig zag transformer companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture zig zag transformers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading zig zag transformer manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for 3 phase zig zag transformers, filtering zig zag transformers, or underground electrical transformers.

  • Antigo, WI 800-826-9741

    We hold ourselves to the highest quality standards no matter if we are making zig zag transformers or a prototype for another company. We take the time to do things right the first time, which is much easier when you have 79 years of experience. We are fully family-owned and operated, which makes us ideal for customers who want both value and results. Find out more on our website.

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  • Houston, TX 832-400-4985

    AMGIS can supply your company with a variety of toroidal power products. Whether the application requires power toroidal transformers, toroidal inductors, commercial or medical isolation transformers, 3 phase transformers, auto transformers, high efficiency transformers for renewable energy, or custom toroidal applications, Amgis has a solution for your needs.

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  • McHenry, IL 815-344-2900

    When you do business with Lenco Electronics, Inc., you can do it with confidence. Confidence that your zig zag transformer has been designed and engineered by professionals and has been manufactured with the highest quality materials available. Lenco’s employees approach each individual job in a professional and knowledgeable manner— they know and care about what they are doing.

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  • Telford, PA 267-384-5231

    For half a century, Magnetic Specialties has created specialized electrical control components, subassemblies and devices for original equipment manufacturers of industrial equipment. Our business components include electric transformers, high accuracy instrument transformers, specialty transformers, toroids, inductors, filter, magnetic amplifiers and more. To learn more give us a call today.

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  • Johnsburg, IL 815-385-2700

    Prem Magnetics was organized in 1972 as the Magnetics Division of Prem Enterprises (a machine shop) to be a manufacturer of coils and transformers. Prem Magnetics remains a leader in the transformer industry. In addition to our Illinois production facility, Prem operates a facility in Tecate, Mexico to manufacture products to the same quality standards. We are located roughly 40 miles northwest of Chicago, allowing access to anywhere in the world via numerous shipping hubs.

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Zig Zag Transformers

Zig zag transformers, a type of electric transformer, can be used in order to derive a reference point for ungrounded systems. Due to their ability to provide a neutral point for grounding purposes, numerous industries utilize zig zag transformers, including industrial, electronics, petrochemical, power distribution, automotive and hardware. An alternative to a zig zag transformer is a delta-wye transformer. Delta-wye transformers are a more popular choice because they are better known as well as at times being less expensive than zig zag transformers; however, zig zag transformers have lower internal impedance and can be more effective in certain applications than delta-wye transformers.

Zig zag transformers have earned their name from the zig zag design of their winding. Consisting of six coils on three separate cores, zig zag transformers have a primary winding but do not have a secondary winding. The windings for each phase of a zig zag transformer come in two halves. Thus, the difference in winding patterns results from the way in which the two halves of the windings interconnect while connecting the coils and the core. On each core, there are two coils. The first coil is connected to the second coil through the windings, of which there are two for each phase. Thus the outer and inner windings are wound onto the same core, but they are wound in opposite directions. While the first coil on each core is connected to the second coil on the next core, the second coils are all wound together and create the neutral. Since the phases are connected to the first coils, every phase is connected to every other phase, resulting in the voltages being canceled out. In order to provide earthing to ungrounded systems, a resistor is normally inserted between the neutral point of the transformer and the ground in order to limit the ground fault current and its effect on the system.



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