HPS offers an extensive line of standard products for a broad range of markets. HPS also designs and manufactures unique specialty and custom transformer products when transformer requirements go beyond the usual.
In extreme conditions, our customers need equipment that can survive and perform demanding, complex applications. HPS transformers are suited for many demanding industrial markets. HPS specialty transformers help power off-shore oil rigs and mining shovels, while encapsulated transformers like the HPS Titan series keep dust, moisture, and corrosive contaminants from affecting the transformer.
With growing urban infrastructure comes a greater demand for efficient, dependable power. Customers expect greater performance and longer life expectancies to power integrated power systems and telecommunications. HPS concentrates on providing customers with quality power as aging structures are updated to meet commercial and institutional requirements.
HPS builds custom transformers for alternative energy systems such as wind power and co-generation systems, and its dry-type transformers provide environmentally compatible solutions. As the demand increases for energy-efficient products, HPS continues to invest in R&D to meet the demands for this emerging market.
Oil rigs operate 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Rough seas, wind swept decks, and surging power are all in a days work for crews on the world’s oil rigs. HPS products are counted on to deliver uninterrupted service.
HPS drive isolation transformers are engineered to regulate power to conveyors, robotics, machine tools and other production-line equipment. They are rugged enough to keep the line moving at the facility where the world’s largest passenger jet, The Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is being made.
HPS supplies transformers to the underground mining substations of the Canadian potash industry.
HPS transformers are engineered for rugged environments where dust, moisture, and corrosive contaminants are present including petro-chemical, mining, oil pumping, and marine.
As our cities and industries grow, so does the dependence on the reliability of the electrical infrastructure. From commercial and institutional buildings to integrated electrical power systems and telecommunications such as internet hotels, there is an increasing demand for quality power. Through research and development of new products, HPS is an industry leader in technology advancements.
Transformers are increasingly being used to power electric vehicle charging stations. Several considerations need to be made when integrating transformers and E.V. chargers.