Cast Resin Transformers

Process Synchronization through Optimal, Sequential Scheduling

The greatest challenge in transformer production is synchronizing processes with each other, including core cutting, core assembly, high voltage winding, low voltage winding, cast resin process, final-assembly, and function testing.

  • Holistic Process Synchronization
  • Minimized Lead Times and Inventory Stocks
  • Flawless Delivery Reliability

Requirements to Asprova

  • Minimal Production Throughput Times and Intermediate Product Stocks
  • Synchronization of High-Voltage Winding with Low-Voltage Winding Processes
  • Consideration of Various Item Specifications and Resource Capabilities
  • Preferred Routes and Resources
  • Consideration of Alternative Routes
  • Consideration of all Required Resources per Process, Including: Winding Machine, Machine Operator, Core, Mold, etc.
  • Priority Routes and Resources
  • Consideration of All Required Resources for Manufacturing
  • Consideration of Material Availability
  • Limited Availability of Ovens
  • Timely Preparation of Cores, High-Voltage Coils, and Low-Voltage Coils for Final-Assembly Including Buffer Times
  • Consideration of Various Testing Methods and Procedures
  • Bottleneck-Oriented Planning

With Asprova APS

  • Shorter Delivery Times
  • Wholistic Process Synchronization through Optimal, Sequential Scheduling
  • Drastically Shortened Lead Times through Bottleneck-Oriented Planning
  • Massive Reduction in Intermediate Parts
  • Increased Resource Efficiency
  • Improved Transparency in Factory and Order Status
  • Greater Flexibility in the Case of Order Changes, Rush Orders, Machine Failure, etc.
  • 90 % Reduction in Planning Efforts