VTCW – Celebrating Manufacturing Milestones
Located 250 miles south of the US border, the Chihuahua Mexico plant at 65,000 square feet is a modern facility. Here we custom design and manufacture small power transformers: dry type transformers VPI, UNIDIP and UNICLAD® from 300 KVA up to 7.5 MVA 35KV class, liquid filled transformers, 300 KVA up to 10 MVA, 46KV class. We ship 3 product lines: dry type, renewable padmount and substation transformers to Utilities and Industrial markets in North and Central America.
Providing reliable, on time, ready to ship small power transformers is part of our DNA at our Chihuahua, Mexico facility A state of the art transformer manufacturing facility, that satisfies the most rigorous requirements in the industry. It includes three buildings designed and laid out for the best material and production flow:
The first building is where we manufacture the transformers using a optimized processes and quality checks in all manufacturing areas. From winding, core cutting, stacking and landing, testing, to final assembly quality checks at each stage ensure optimization. Quality checks at each stage, together with virtually nonexistent rework, make for higher product reliability and keep our manufacturing time to a minimum.
The second building is a completely segregated, integrated custom metal fabrication – a seamless bridge from engineering design to manufacturing.
The third building is our receiving, incoming inspecting and storing of necessary components used in manufacturing. By inspecting all incoming materials and storing key components we produce reliable small power transformers while ensuring on time or quick shipments.
The combination of mature, robust technology, manufacturing process improvements, experienced people and the addition of key leadership coming from various hi tech industries helped us achieve 6 consecutive months of 100% First Pass Yield and 9 consecutive months of 100% on time Ready to Ship transformers.
We look forward to working with you on your next small power transformer project.