Unicore combines our prime efficiency of a “wound type” core with the cost and production benefits of “stacked” laminations. AEM Cores offers a wide variety of custom size single and 3 phase Unicores in a number of core types. State-of-the-art machinery, software and production techniques consistently produce repeatable quality cores leading to highly accurate and reliable cores so therefore lower losses and material savings.
Each Unicore lamination is fully formed through the Distributed Gap Cores. The laminations are then stacked to make the core. The core could be used to build a transformer immediately, susceptible to required losses, without any further processing. For the lowest possible, especially smaller cores, core loss, the Unicore should be annealed.
We are one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of Unicore for various kinds of power distribution transformers in India. Unicore offered by us is a wounded type transformer core which can be manufactured using top quality raw materials like silicon steel of different grades with grain orientation. This transformer core is produced by stacking the Unicore lamination through the help of efficient machines.
The Unicores offered by us are highly advantageous since it is highly flexible and will not require preset tooling. The core can be utilized for construction a transformer immediately, without any further processing. This Unicore needs to be annealed to achieve less core loss in comparison with cut cores and laminations. These cores can be simply assembled and it also highly raises the efficiency in the transformers. The weight of those Unicores can vary up to 1500kg. The length, thickness and other dimensions are produced accurate and may also be custom specified.
We offer these Unicore in different styles and sizes based on the requirements of our own clients. This transformer core requires less maintenance and it is highly cost effective. These cores may be commonly used in a variety of general purpose transformers and distribution transformers with the capacity starting from 1000VA to 10000KVA. Customers can avail these Unicore core in customized specifications and in market leading prices.
High Efficiency – very low core loss and magnetizing current. Flexibility of core sizes and kinds – transformer designers and productions managers have options to lessen their costs and enhance their customer’s satisfaction. Basic and highly flexible core production – no mandrels or jigs needed, sizes are quickly and merely programmed to an individual-friendly machine. The manufacturing process requires reduced space, consumables, inventories, labor and maintenance.
Every individual Unicore lamination is fully formed or “folded” through the Unicore machine. The operator stacks these laminations to form the core. The core could be used to build a transformer immediately, with no further processing. For applications requiring the lowest core loss, such as distribution transformers, the Unicore needs to be annealed. An annealed Unicore could have losses 15-30 % lower (according to core size) than an un-annealed Unicore.
Various cores types and faces for reduced loss and magnetizing current. Core losses are lower than bonded and cut C & E cores, E&I and strip laminations. Core losses are similar to Distributed Gap cores and Mitered laminations. Various core types and faces for reduced assembly time. Please watch the DUO-Core assembly video of how UCM425 Unicore Machine can be utilized yjgfnk reduce assembly time.
Various core types and faces for reduced cost. Lower grades of GOSS or unannealed cores could be supplied to lessen core cost. All common grades of GOSS could be processed from thickness .2 to .35 mm. Unicore sizes range from .5 to over 1000 kg. Strip width may be from 20 to 300 mm. Window Length, Width and make-Up are unlimited by the machine.
Short lead times and reduced inventories are possible as a result of rapid production methods. The flexibility and flexibility available from your computer controlled Unicore machine allows cores to get tailor-created to suit specific applications. This results in optimization and fine-tuning for individual applications leading to increased efficiency and reduced costs.