9 MVA Transformer for CERN, Switzerland
Subbiano Arezzo, Italy, August 2019 – For the world’s largest and most respected centre for scientific research, Tesar supplies a 9 MVA transformer. The transformer successfully passed the short circuit test in the high power laboratory of CESI in Milan and will now be installed at CERN in Switzerland. Over the past 20 years, Tesar has supplied more than 200 transformers to the scientific research centre.
A 9 MVA transformer from Tesar will be installed at CERN, Switzerland. There, the transformer will be used to supply power to the cryogenic systems of the Large Hadron Collider accelerator to maintain the temperature of the superconductors at 1,9°K – the coolest point of the universe.
Some specifications about the project:
• 9 MVA transformer
• Custom-made design
• Dry-type cast resin filled
• Voltage ratings of 18/3.3kV
• Protection class IP33
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most respected centres for scientific research. The company was founded in 1954 and is located at the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva. CERN focuses mainly on particle physics but also researches in nuclear physics, high-energy physics, studies of antimatter and effects of cosmic rays on clouds. The company’s efforts have an enormous impact on society globally.
Tesar is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider in selected niches for power products. With manufacturing facilities and offices in Europe, the Middle East and South America, R&S is a major supplier of transformers and switches for customers in the utility, industry and infrastructure sector.