Difference between revisions of "Ferranti: Transformers"

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1905 After the reorganisation of the company, its focus was on Switch Gear, Transformers and Instruments.
1905 After the reorganisation of the company, its focus was on Switch Gear, Transformers and Instruments.


1921 A separate Transformer Division was set up  
1921 A separate Transformer Division was set up, rebuiding the transformer business which had languished since 1903.<ref>Biography of S Z de Ferranti, ODNB</ref>


1930 Large contracts were in hand to supply transformers and meters for the [[Central Electricity Board]].  The company had customers all over the world<ref>The Times 1 July 1930</ref>
1930 Large contracts were in hand to supply transformers and meters for the [[Central Electricity Board]].  The company had customers all over the world<ref>The Times 1 July 1930</ref>

Revision as of 09:44, 4 February 2021

1906.
1921.
1922.
1927. Low-Tension Winding.
1927. Outdoor Transformer Removed from Case.
1927. Erecting Terminal.
1927. Complete Transformer.
1929. 7500 kVA 3-phase tap-changing transformer.
1929. 20,000 kVA 3-phase tap-changing transformer.
August 1937. Transformers.
1942. 20,000 kVA, 66,000V Transformer.
January 1944. Transformer Leaving Works.
April 1945.
November 1946.
1950. 230kV Transformer.
1952. 100MVA, 132kV Transformer.
1958.
1982.
1984. Transformers.
1984. Transformers.

Note: This is a sub-section of Ferranti

1905 After the reorganisation of the company, its focus was on Switch Gear, Transformers and Instruments.

1921 A separate Transformer Division was set up, rebuiding the transformer business which had languished since 1903.[1]

1930 Large contracts were in hand to supply transformers and meters for the Central Electricity Board. The company had customers all over the world[2]

1957 The Distribution Transformers Department was set up

1967 Closure of the Distribution Transformers Department.

1974 the Transformer Division ran into financial difficulties, which led to the Company accepting help from the National Enterprise Board and a reduction in the Ferranti family shareholding.

1975 The Transformer Division was closed.

1982 Transformer sales were handled by the Professional Components Division (see advert)


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. Biography of S Z de Ferranti, ODNB
  2. The Times 1 July 1930