Marine Duty Applications
Marine duty applications range from fishing fleet vessels, petroleum production platforms to the world’s largest freight and passenger vessels. HPS has vast experience in supplying Marine Duty products for ABS, MIL specifications, DNV, Bureau Veritas, Lloyds of London and other regional requirements for both above and below deck applications.
Petroleum and gas production are large drivers of marine applications. Offshore production platforms operate 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Rough seas, wind swept decks, and surging power are all in a day's work for the crews and equipment on the world’s production and drilling platforms. HPS’ marine duty products are counted on to deliver uninterrupted service throughout the world.
HPS offers the broadest variety of transformer and reactor solutions for the difficult applications found in the marine market. Whether it’s a non-ventilated distribution transformer, a hazardous location encapsulated transformer or a custom medium voltage power unit, HPS has the experience to provide a magnetics solution for your marine application.
Transformers for Marine Duty Applications
Encapsulated Transformers for Harsh Environments - 3ph Current
HPS Titan™ N encapsulated transformers offer an innovative design with technological improvements for industrial and hazardous applications.
Encapsulated Transformer for Harsh Environments - 1ph, 3ph Legacy
HPS Titan™ encapsulated transformers are used in installations where safety is your priority, efficiency is a concern and the environment, location and application are key.
General Purpose Transformers
HPS Sentinel™ G general purpose distribution transformers are rated for 600 volts and below.
Medium Voltage Distribution Transformers
HPS offers a complete line of medium voltage distribution transformers suitable for commercial and industrial process applications.
Marine Duty Application FAQs
Marine Duty is often left to the manufacturer to define. HPS provides American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) approved transformers outlined in this article.