1-888-758-4646

Low Voltage Auto Transformer Rentals

Low Voltage Transformer Rentals
  • Equipment specification range may include:
  •  
  • kVA range: 45kVA to 2500kVA
  • Primary voltage: 600V 3Ø
  • Secondary voltage: 480V 3Ø
  • NEMA 3R rated
  • Protective frames w/ crane/forklift/pallet jack lifting points
  •  

Our inventory of Low Voltage Transformer Rentals begins at 45kVA and ends at 2500kVA with a voltage range of 280V to 600V. Their primary application is to step up a 480V generator to 600V or step down a 600V generator to 480V. Other common uses for this equipment include motor testing and temporary installations for shutdowns.

Our transformers are NEMA 3R rated and come installed with a steel frame that wraps around the outside of the transformer enclosure. This protective frame also includes lifting points for pallet jack, crane and forklift.

If you do not find the low voltage transformation unit you’re looking for here or in our catalogue, please contact us. One of our Power Specialists will work with you to find the right power solution for your needs.

Industry Articles & Information:

  • Trinity Power Partners With R. STAHL to Provide Explosion Proof Temporary Power Equipment May 30, 2017 read this article >
  • Is Your Business Prepared For a Power Outage? April 28, 2017 read this article >
  • Trinity Goes the Distance To Power A Gas Plant Project April 28, 2017 read this article >
From the Blog
Trinity Power & R.Stahl Partner to Rent Explosion Proof Equipment

Trinity Power Partners With R. STAHL to Provide Explosion Proof Temporary Power Equipment

Trinity Power is pleased to announce that we have partnered with R. STAHL, the world’s foremost innovator in explosion proof and explosion protected components and systems, to represent their TEMPEX explosion proof temporary power system in Weste...

An Emergency Power Checklist for Business

Is Your Business Prepared For a Power Outage?

Spring has arrived and, with it, unpredictable weather and the power outages that often follow. As recently as April 7th, a snow and wind storm caused a major outage in Ontario that affected 45,000 residents. Meanwhile, the spring melt in BC is see...

Gas Plant Case Study

Trinity Goes the Distance To Power A Gas Plant Project

What does it take to deliver a bid-winning temporary power solution? In the case of our recent project at a phase III gas plant, the answer is: 2 designs, 5 vendors including Trinity Power, and 8 equipment locations spread across North America. ...

NEED POWER?
WE CAN HELP
CALL US NOW:
1-888-PLUG-N-GO
TOLL FREE
1-888-758-4646