Below is a representative sampling of Phasor’s current and recent projects. Specific job details are available upon request (within customer confidentiality terms). As demonstrated here, our team covers the entire northeast U.S. region from our Connecticut headquarters and repair facility and Maine field office.
The 1950s-vintage retired transformers were deemed adequate for continued service, so they were re-commissioned for use with new generators. All bushings, pumps, arrestors and controls were replaced and the units repainted. Additional custom modifications were implemented to comply with the new application’s requirements. The 100+ ton units were also relocated within the customer site.
Customer Location: Southwestern Connecticut
Project: Refurbish, Relocate & Test (2) 120 MVA, FOA Generator Step-Up Transformers
Customer acquired an existing building for their large data center. Phasor specified, procured, installed, and commissioned new transformers of a different secondary voltage, requiring many switchgear modifications along the way.
Customer Location: Southeastern New York
Project: Replacement of Dry-Type Transformers
Phasor was tasked with developing and implementing the commissioning plan for this Intertie project as well as acceptance testing and commissioning of the equipment in its new 50 MVA substation.
Customer Location: Western Maine
Project: Interconnect of Existing Hydro-Generator Facility to Utilities Transmission System
Equipment purchased and installed by others. Phasor hired upon recommendation by the new equipment OEM.
Customer Location: Central Massachusetts
Project: Commissioning of Silicon-Filled Indoor Unit Substation
Through routine testing of instrument transformers, Phasor discovered a C.T. accuracy problem that resulted in substantial savings to the customer once corrected.
Customer Location: Southeastern New Hampshire
Project: 345 kV Switchyard Revenue Metering
Completed arc flash studies for large Conn. manufacturer at several locations.
Customer Location: Central Connecticut
Project: Multi-Facility Short Circuit, Coordination and Arc Flash Study