Hitran named supplier of the year for 2010

  • At a recent supplier day event, Hitran was recognized with a coveted Supplier Recognition Award by a very prestigious OEM. The award represented our customer's recognition of the complete team effort and manufacturing quality at Hitran. Our engineering, manufacturing and sales support allowed them to have a very successful market entry with a major new product in the alternative energy market.

 

 

 

All Purpose Auto Transformer

 

 

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Hitran Corporation manufactures and markets the APAT Series for a wide variety of applications that require a standard three phase voltage transformation.

 

The APAT's primary function is to match an available utility voltage with equipment of a different input voltage.

 

The APAT is designed as a highly efficient, cost effective (typically 60 percent the cost of an equivalent isolation unit) alternative to the General Purpose Isolation and Drive Isolation Transformers.

 

APAT SERIES DRY TYPE:THREE PHASE
- Efficient and low cost alternative to equivalent isolation transformers
- Use for in-house three-phase voltage transformation applications, industrial, commercial, or institutional.
- All units designed and built in full compliance with NEMA and ANSI requirements
- Safe, quiet, reliable
- Sizes: 8KVA through 1100KVA
- Designed,manufactured and serviced with over 55 years experience in standard and specialty transformers

 

  • NEMA I Enclosed
  • Three Phase, 60 Hertz Operation
  • WYE Connected with Full Rated Neutral
  • 150°C Temperature Rise/220°C UL Recognized Insulation System
  • Input has 5% FCAN and FCBN Taps
  • Size Range (KVA): 8, 12, 15, 20, 27, 34, 40, 51, 63, 75, 93, 120, 150, 180,
    220, 280, 330, 440, 550, 660, 760, 870, 1100 KVA
  • Standard Voltage Available (Primary or Secondary):
    208, 230, 380, 415, 460, 575 Volts Nominal
  • Open Frame Construction
  • 50 Hz Operation
  • Reduced Temperature Rise
  • Non-Standard Voltages