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Here at ELSCO Transformers, we aren’t afraid of being a little different. We know there are a lot of other options out there for your transformer purchase and repair needs, so we strive for a unique excellence. We want every customer of ours to experience the ELSCO difference during every step of working with us.
Earlier this year, Elsco Transformers was featured in an article on manufacturing.net. Though time has passed, the information shared about the work that we do is still accurate and important. If you are in need of a transformer or transformer repair, you might be interested to hear what experts in our field are saying about us.
A transformer is an investment that should last for a long time. The research phase of purchasing one should be thorough, but more often than not, the need for a transformer can come up unexpectedly, or the research can just seem too overwhelming. Fortunately, the process can be whittled down to a few key questions that need answers before buying a transformer.
At ELSCO, we know how important it is to minimize expenses without sacrificing performance. We understand that when your transformer breaks, you need to be armed with the knowledge to get back up and running in the most cost effective way possible. In our years of experience, we’ve learned a few things about the customer experience side of transformer repair–after all, we’ve been repairing transformers since 1912
Elsco Transformers was recently featured in a case study on EnergyCentral. George Whitcomb, P.E., president of IETC, an industrial commercial electrical contractor based in York, PA. states “We got the specs and proceeded to see if anyone had one in stock.
Elsco Transformers is excited to be featured in a case study on Total Industrial Plant Solutions. “Any reduction in productivity proves costly, demanding immediate action. As reported in the Thomas Industry Update Newsletter, a survey of 101 manufacturing executives in the automotive industry concluded that the cost of stopped production runs an average $22,000 per minute.”