Are you tired of dealing with voltage fluctuations, power surges and brown-outs? In many homes and industrial facilities, the supply of power from the transformers may outweigh the demand, meaning that sometimes they receive more power than required. Unfortunately, most appliances and machinery are not equipped to handle too much voltage or frequent fluctuations, so they break down. If you are tired of repairing and replacing your equipment or losing production because of power issues, an automatic or electromagnetic voltage stabilizer maybe just what you need. So, what exactly does this small transformer do?
Protect Your Appliances
A voltage stabilizer ensures that you get trouble-free appliances despite normal voltage fluctuations, because they only get a smooth flow of power. There are many risks associated with electricity and malfunctioning transformers, but a stabilizer will protect your appliances from all that. Other risky instances include lightning and unstable voltage after a blackout. A stabilizer bears the risk on behalf of machinery and appliances and ensures they are protected from any instability.
Step-up the Voltage
In a case where the voltage being supplied is lower than what is required, a step-up transformer comes to play. The motor raises the voltage to the necessary levels, thus avoiding issues like power tripping, dim lights and insufficient power to huge machinery.
Step-down the Voltage
Most often than not, the demand for power is less than the supply, and this can lead to brown-outs, surges and even destroyed appliances. A voltage stabilizer can set up its step-down transformer to lower the voltage to the required level. Only the correct amount of voltage gets to your industrial and residential appliances, thus protecting them from any crisis.
Reduce Energy Bill
If the appliances keep getting repaired, their efficiency goes down, and they require more energy to do simple tasks. As a result, your power bill will go up. However, if you protect your appliances from voltage fluctuations, they will continue to perform as good as new as long as they are well maintained.
Installing a voltage stabilizer is one of the most important things any company can do to protect its appliances and machinery. There are many types and manufacturers of stabilizers, and they are all easy to install on generators and main power lines. These transformers use very little power, so they won't add much to your electric bill, but they will save you thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements.