Shunt Reactors. Fuji Electric Global.


In long-distance transmission lines and/or cable transmission networks, system over voltage problems break out sometimes. They are caused by capacitive reactive power in the systems particularly with no (or light) load condition. Shunt reactors, connected in parallel to transmission lines, are able to compensate these capacitive reactive power and suppress over voltage phenomena, so they improve system voltage stability. Fuji produces shunt reactors which have advantages such as low-loss, low-noise, and high-reliability by means of adopting radial-core and other technologies. We delivered many shunt reactors for worldwide customers including 765kV voltage rating.

Leading technology from Fuji Electric

Fuji Electric. State-of-the-Art Solutions.

More performance in your workplace. The advanced technology of Fuji Electric can create a lot more efficiency.

We support your business with trusted and proven Japanese technology based on extensive know-how, expertise and project track record of so many years.

See the range of technology Fuji Electric can offer.

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Affiliate Technical Marketing and Project Lead Generation Manager for the Philippine Territory

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