THE COMPANY. News 2021
Last August the 28th, we supervised the assembly and electrical and site acceptance tests (SAT) of a 20/20 / 6.6 MVA power transformer for our client, Iguazú Cementos, from Villa Hayes, Paraguay. The transformer successfully started working on August 29.
(Córdoba, June 2021) .- The Argentine company with more than 60 years of experience in the national and international market is in the process of manufacturing a 70MVA - 115 / 13.2 KV power transformer with on-load switchgear awarded months ago by Douglas County Public Service District No. 1, Washington State. This customer provides clean, efficient and reliable hydroelectric power in the northwestern United States.
(Córdoba, May 2021) .- TTE is in full production of 2 power transformers of 50MVA - 69 / 13.2 KV, and 1 power transformer of 28MVA - 161 / 13.2 KV for the state electricity company of the city of Springfield in the state of Missouri. All transformers will be delivered in late 2021 and early 2022 respectively.
TTE´s history as an exporting company company in the transformer market, not only for the United States but also for Latin America, helped obtaining this provision.
Córdoba, March 2021. With a growing export profile and more than 51,000 transformers delivered throughout its more than 60 years history, TTE continues in the path of international trade in the region.
Recently, with final destination the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, a 1 4.7 MVA - 69 / 7.2 kV single-phase transformer for a leading company in the local plastics industry was shipped to the Rio Haina Port in the Central American country.
At the same time, a 35 MVA - 110 / 13.2 kV Three-Phase Transformer is in production for a desalination plant owned by Aguas del Pacífico SA in Quintero Bay, Puchuncaví commune, 5th region of Valparaíso, CHILE.
(Salta, March 2021).- Recently inaugurated Transformer Station San Agustín demanded an investment of $ 220 million financed by the Inter-American Development Bank. It is linked to the National Interconnected Electric System (SADI in spanish) on the 132 kV current line that connects Salta Este Transformer Station and Cabra Corral Hydraulic Power Plant.
The initiative will improve the quality of the electricity supply in the southeast of the Lerma Valley, and will positively improve the home service as well as the productive and economic development of the region thanks to the state-of-the-art technology used in the manufacture of our transformer.
Last week, the Minister of Production and Sustainable Development of Salta, Martín de los Ríos, and the Secretary of Provinces toured the work in Cerrillos, to carry out the final inspection of the station.