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UHV power transformer for actual field verification tests. Rating 1050kV 3000/3MVA completed (1993)

(Tokyo Electric Power Co. Shinharuna S/S)

This transformer is for field-testing 1000kV substation equipment that has generated 1000kV over 4 years.
Therefore, reliability of TOSHIBA 1000kV transformer has been fully verified.

UHV power transformer for actual field verification tests

World's first large-capacity gas-insulated transformer for underground substation. Rating 275kV 300MVA, completed in 1994

(Tokyo Electric Power Co. Higashi-shinjyuku S/S)

This transformer SF6 gas cooled and insulated is the largest transformer in the world.
It has already been used in 4 underground substations in Japan.

World's first large-capacity gas-insulated transformer for underground substation

World's largest capacity & highest voltage gas insulated transformer of 330kV-400MVA, completed in 2002

(TransGrid, Australia - Haymarket Substation)

This is an indoor substation located in central urban area of Sydney and TOSHIBA has supplied 3 sets of gas insulated transformers and 3 sets of 121MVA gas insulated shunt reactors in this substation.

World's largest capacity & highest voltage gas insulated transformer of 330kV-400MVA Haymarket Substation

Haymarket Substation

World's largest capacity generator transformer. Rating 500kV 1450MVA

(Tokyo Electric Power Co. Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear Power station) completed in 1996.

Hamakawasaki Operations has one of the largest manufacturing facilities in the world, being able to produce gigantic transformers such as the 500kV 1450MVA transformer.

World's largest capacity generator transformer

500kV DC reactor for 500kV DC links.Completed in 1997.

(Kansai Electric Power Co. Kihoku converter station)

500kV DC reactor for 500kV DC links

Short circuit tests on 500kV power transformer at KEMA (Holland) Completed in 1998.

Short circuit tests have been conducted on single-phase 500kV 250MVA transformer at KEMA (Holland) and successfully passed all the tests.
A certificate was published by KEMA.

Short circuit tests on 500kV power transformer at KEMA (Holland)


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