Introducing the Wilson e3 – The Uk’s first ultra low loss amorphous transformer
Having pioneered super low loss amorphous transformers in the UK through the innovation of the Wilson e2, we at Wilson Power Solutions (WPS) have been working tenaciously to bring you a next generation amorphous transformer.
The Wilson e3 boasts even bigger savings, by minimising energy wastage and maximising performance.
Staying ahead of the curve
When it was launched, the Wilson e2 was a the most energy efficient distribution transformer available in the UK. With over 750 successful installations across the country, to date, the Wilson e2 is tried and tested.
On top of this, one of its most attractive accolades was that fact that it met and exceeded EU Eco Design Directive requirements planned for 2021 (Tier 2). Therefore, it’s unsurprising to learn that the Wilson e3 is spearheading the benchmark for Tier 3.
Utilising our experience and expertise of amorphous technology, the WPS team have fine-tuned and enhanced the performance of the amorphous transformer, resulting in even lower losses, earning it the title: ‘ultra low loss’, demonstrating the our company’s continuous ambition.
Introducing the Wilson e3 at Emex London
On Wednesday, 21st November, 2018, the Wilson e3 will be exclusively introduced to audiences at the UK’s must-attend energy event, in London, at the EMEX.
From the Facilities, Technology and Innovation theatre, our Managing Director, Erika Wilson, will be delivering sessions outlining the often overlooked benefits of supply transformers. Drawing upon recent case studies to demonstrate how amorphous technology has already revolutionised many businesses across the UK.
How low can you go?
To reflect the ongoing endeavor of the WPS team’s efforts to break boundaries surrounding low loss energy saving solutions, there will be something quite unique occurring on stand C28.
A new challenge will be presented to the bystanders, potential customers and the competitive souls amongst the crowds.
The prize will still be WPS’ faithful mascot, ‘Gertie the Giraffe’, but the star of the show will no doubt be Nyambu.
Nyambu is the UK’s best limbo dancer, and he really will be begging the question: ‘how low can you go?’, to help promote the ultra low loss Wilson e3. Nyambu will be on hand to showcase his skills and teach his flexible secrets to those brave enough to enter the competition. Good luck!
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