Indian Power brings you a wide range of rectifiers covering 0-500 volts and upto 15000 Amps capacity suitable for Electroplating, Anodising, Hydrogenation and many other Electrochemical processes. The entire manufacturing process is under one roof ensuring 100% quality control at every stage of production. We believe in quality & customers satisfaction.
Electroplating Rectifiers is an equipment that converts AC into DC supply. Indian Power make Silicon Rectifiers are widely used in Electroplating, Anodizing, Hydrogenation and all other electrochemical processes.
- Designed for 100% Continuous Duty Cycle
- Compact Design for Space Saving
- Lesser Power Consumption
- Negligible Maintenance
- Tested at Each & Every Stage of Manufacturing
- Liberal Design & Rigorous Testing of the Equipment Enables Trouble Free Service for Long Life.
|Input Voltage||380 - 440 Volts, 3- Phase 50 Hz. AC supply or any other voltage|
|Output Voltage||Fixed Rated maximum DC voltage or variable from zero to maximum rated voltage|
|Output Current||From zero to max. rated DC current|
|Temperature Rise||Less than 45° C above ambient at the top of the oil|
|Efficiency||Depends on voltage current rating of rectifier|
|Ripple Content||Less than 5%|
|Insulation||'A' class for oil cooled|
Why The Regulator Control Is Superior To Thyristorised Control In Rectifier
- In plating application the regulator is better and technology is adopted in Germany and Europe because of as explained in advantage.
- Other manufacturers of rectifiers have shifted to thyristors because they do not have the technology of rolling carbon roller regulators.
- Manufacturers of electroplating power rectifiers claim that thyristor controlled rectifier has less losses than regulator. They compare thyristor with sliding carbon type regulator. In our case their claim is not true. We use vertical coil type rolling carbon regulator. The copper section is three times so the losses are almost 1/6 or 20%.
- In our regulator the roller moves on both sides of the coil to give ± 440 V or ± 254 V output. We design the rectifier in 'Q' connection in which the regulator current is half the line current so losses are less and life is much more.
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