What to transform when the transformation is already underway. The electrical transformers industry has begun to create a revolution in the manufacturing sector on a global level.
Power transformers in India are of various types including toroidal, laminated core, auto, variable auto, polyphase, phase-shifting, induction, grounding, variable frequency, stray field, resonance, ferrite core, cast resin, oil-cooled, and isolating transformers. Government has been initiating significant measures to increase the power overdrive & distribution channels and to develop for the financial turnaround of power deal across the country. Looking forward, the Government of India has forecasted an investment of INR 146,000 crore in the power transmission sector by FY 2019 to strengthen the transmission network consequently enhancing the demand for power transformers.
One of the most reliable and promising organisations, ‘Procon Controls’ which have been specializing in the manufacturing and export of an extensive range of power transformer and chokes like.,
Control Transformers (1 Phase & 3 Phase – 5VA to 10 VA).
Custom-Designed Transformers (50 VA to 150kVA Dry Type Only).
Marked Transformers for Panel Builders up to 40kVA.
They Supply transformers & Chokes for Textile Machineries.
Transformer for CNC Machines & Elevators.
Rectifier Transformers, Power & Magnetically Shielded Isolation Transformer.
Energy Efficient Transformers.
Educational & Laboratory Transformers.
Avionic & Marine Transformers.
With the foreseeing of India’s future in the electrical sector where it is in the fifth place(China, USA, Japan, Russia), ‘Procon Controls’ is conscious about providing the best and justifying why one should prefer India when buying transformers. ‘Procon Controls’ – a transformer manufacturing organisation from south India supply exceptionally well-worked types of equipment that comply with the key factors to justify the importance of buying in India.
• Cost-Effectiveness: The cost varies between 40000 – 20,000,00 INR which is comparatively way cost-effective than the leading countries around the world.
• Safety: Workplace safety in an exceedingly producing surroundings has 3 elements. the organisation should eliminate hazards, basic safety rules area unit designed to scale back the danger of employee injury once polishing off production tasks, tips on the way to do work, rules for keeping the workplace safe, and directions on the way to react to dangerous things.
• Longevity: The transformers are manufactured in such a way that the life expectancy of each unit lasting at least 25-30 years with very minimal maintenance.
• Transparency in policies: The policies and schemes launched by the government of India are with just one mission which is, to provide electricity everywhere and anywhere in the country. The recent one being ‘One Nation One Grid’ launched by Nirmala Sitharaman which primarily focused on providing electricity for all especially in the rural areas.
• Liberalism: Both the public sector and private sector are, without any doubts working towards a better future. Though there are deadlines, financial crunches, etc., something which has been stable is leniency. With this factor, the employees, employers, and clients get benefited without any compromise in professionalism and quality of the products delivered.
• International Standard: Ever since the ‘Make in India’ campaign was incepted, the responsibility in terms of manufacturing the transformers in India has increased. The quality of the equipment is on par with international equipment.
• Industrial Maturity: Being aware of what is happening in other industries is as equally as important to be aware and updated about the manufacturing sector(transformers). Next comes the crucial part called strategy, where the market research and data collected, are implemented and at times experimented as well. One of the best experiments on a global level in the manufacturing sector is SpaceX’s ‘Starship’ test rocket.
• Experienced Apprentice: Gone are those times where people ensure good work with good practical knowledge alone. Nowadays youngsters are eager to produce the best both with theoretical and practical knowledge through education.
• Quality Management System: A system that keeps a record of processes, methods, and efficiency for achieving quality policies and objectives. It helps regulate and steer an organization’s movements to meet customer and supervisory requirements and improve its effectiveness and efficiency continuously.
• Working under any condition: In India, the organisations ensure that the deadline is met hence the employees work round the clock to deliver the equipment without any fault.
Indian transformer manufacturers observed growth in financial performance, with moderation in raw material prices and resurgence in order inflows.
Amidst a few early signs of improvement in performance and an expected pick -up in demand, there is a good scope in the near future. “Procon Controls’ believes that planned businesses and capitalization in the power sector, export capability and development of intra-regional capacity will sustain the demand of transformers in the near future. Moreover, regulation in increase and expected rebate in interest rates has the capacity to improve the profitability due to high working individuals and monetary growth.
‘Procon Controls’ analyses and predicts that no long-term debt would be raised considering the current surplus manufacturing capacity. However, the extent of working capital borrowings would depend on the timeliness of payments from governmental settlements and private players. Going forward, the magnified share of private sector participation would be significant to support execution in the power generation sector which would also lead to faster processing and delivery of transformers. On the whole, the reputation of Indian transformer manufacturers are expected to either remain stable or grow ahead in the near term with constant appearances on the industry.