Maintenance of electrical equipment and the maintenance function in general, are key subjects today for managers of plants and facilities. One important reason for this interest is there are profound changes taking place in the area of maintenance and reliability management. Basically, sweeping changes in management and organizational structure are redefining how work gets done.
The maintenance function was seen as a non-core service organization that did not contribute to competitiveness. Benchmarks for maintenance were isolated measurements of tasks - that is, task orientation rather than business goal orientation. New performance criteria for measuring maintenance will be focused on optimizing asset utilization, not maximizing asset utilization.
Qualification and certification of electrical maintenance personnel are other factors that will become increasingly important. A number of electrical industry organizations got together recently and created a certification program for people involved in the installation and maintenance of instrumentation and control systems.
To provide quality, fast and competitive service for all units, including smaller ones of 100 HP or less, we have dedicated teams of specialists who are inspired by Lean best practices. Indeed, the Multi-Tech Workshop works completely independently from other Services departments to carry out the operations necessary for the refurbishment of small electric motors.
The growing requirement to improve and maintain the reliability of the electrical distribution equipment at office spaces, manufacturing facilities, and industrial facilities is propelling the demand for the electrical distribution services, globally. The electrical services market’s growth can also be attributed to the increasing focus on repair and maintenance of existing electrical equipment and fixtures across multiple industries. Fulfilling crucial parameters is critical to ensure the effective scheduling of electrical distribution equipment to avoid the operational downtimes. Based on power rating, the distribution transformer market has been segmented into power ratings ranging up to 500 kVA, 501 kV–2,500 kVA, 2,501 kVA–10,000 kVA, and above 10,000 kVA. The distribution transformers ranging from 2,501 kVA–10,000 kVA are widely used in industrial and commercial sectors due to high power consumption as compared to residential power consumption.
The global distribution transformer market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 7.88% between 2020 and 2028, and is anticipated to generate revenue of $32.58 billion by 2028. The service transformers or distribution transformers (DTs) deliver the final voltage alteration in the electric power distribution arrangement. DTs are used to step down the voltage used in the distribution lines (usually up to 36 kV), to the level used by the customer (usually 250 up to 435 V).
The oil-filled segment is expected to be the largest market for distribution transformer, as it is more efficient, having longer service life and features more reliable overload capabilities. In developing countries, oil-filled distribution transformers account for around 90% of the total distribution transformer units and 80% in developed countries.
Few major players are as under
Apex Electricals Ltd
Current Electricals Ltd
G E Power India Ltd.
Hammond Power Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
G M R Warora Energy Ltd.
Diamond Power Infrastructure Ltd.