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Lithuania to help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure damaged by Russian missile strikes

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Lithuania to help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure damaged by Russian missile strikes

Lithuania will help Ukraine to restore power grid facilities that were damaged during massive Russian missile strikes. This was stated by the Minister of Energy of Lithuania Dainius Kreivis.


On Saturday Ukrainian Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko held a meeting with his Lithuanian counterpart Dainius Kreivis, during which he complained about the problems resulting from massive Russian missile strikes. According to Galushchenko, despite almost daily Russian missile strikes, Ukrainian power engineers have almost restored the energy system of Ukraine, but there is not enough equipment and materials. The Lithuanian minister promised to provide everything necessary and continue to support Ukraine against the backdrop of "Russian aggression."

Lithuania has already sent six trucks with 114 transformers of various capacities to Ukraine, and in general, Vilnius promised Kyiv to provide 252 transformers. Lithuania is preparing another package of assistance to Ukraine for 2 million euros.

Lithuania has always been our reliable partner and friend. We greatly appreciate the support you provide to Ukraine at all levels. I am convinced that unity and solidarity will help us resist our common enemy and bring victory over the aggressor

- Galushchenko said in response.

Meanwhile, the Kyiv city administration reported that the capital of Ukraine has almost completely restored electricity, water, heat and communications, everything is working as usual. At the moment, the introduced emergency power outage schedules provide for power outages no more than 5 hours a day.
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  1. dmi.pris1
    dmi.pris1 27 November 2022 17: 50
    +15
    Drag the remains of the Ignalina NPP...
    1. Myths
      Myths 27 November 2022 18: 58
      +2
      These can, but they must be disposed of somewhere. And so they turned the 404 into a waste sump. And from such a supply of transformers, nothing but PR.
      1. private person
        private person 27 November 2022 19: 48
        +3
        These can, but they must be disposed of somewhere

        There is no recycling, but the extraction of non-ferrous metal. And Russia has taken care of nothing to burn.
    2. Real Pilot
      Real Pilot 27 November 2022 19: 37
      +3
      Lithuania to help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure damaged by Russian missile strikes

      Will Ukraine help Lithuania in a similar situation? The question, of course, is rhetorical, but all these non-brothers and limitrophes are asking for Russian rocket surgery ... For the treatment of pathological Russophobia and other manic disorders.
    3. Fizik13
      Fizik13 27 November 2022 21: 37
      0
      Quote: dmi.pris
      Drag the remains of the Ignalina NPP...

      Why the hell do we need her?
      Easier, cheaper, better and safer to build a new one!
      Moreover, we already have experience. We can even build a floating nuclear power plant! The technology is practically worked out, most likely there are some nuances that, apart from experts, don’t care, but nevertheless we did it. Except we don’t have such technologies, and everyone wants to protect us from everything and everything!
      1. dmi.pris1
        dmi.pris1 27 November 2022 21: 45
        -1
        I didn’t understand. 404 error is not needed? Still, how necessary! I suggested dragging the remains to the outside .. Do you refuse? I draw the appropriate conclusion, where are you. and since you already have it afloat, so just spit into space ...
  2. Rage66
    Rage66 27 November 2022 17: 54
    +2
    Will they send two generators? Or a pedal dynamo?
    1. dauria
      dauria 28 November 2022 05: 12
      0
      Or a pedal dynamo?

      Hmm ... Have you thought about it? There are 8 billion inhabitants on Earth. A person can "twist" the pedals in the "tourist" mode (without sweating) 200 watts of mechanical power. (Or electric, where the efficiency is under 100%).
      We will remove the children, the sick and the State Duma, we will introduce three shifts, let's say 1 billion at 200 watts. Total 200 million kW. For comparison, the capacity of all power plants for 2019 in the Russian Federation, according to Rosstat, is 270 million kW.
      These people on the planet, pedaling, could make Gretta and other greens happy.... :And yourself at the same time - no diet is needed to lose weight laughing:
      1. vadimtt
        vadimtt 28 November 2022 10: 49
        +1
        What are you talking about - 200 W without sweating, i.e. in the 1st zone? It's definitely not a tourist. lol
        Tourists mostly turn 150, but more often no more than 100 watts. And only a few old farts like me can do 250-300W. And that is hourly power (FTP) - i.e. after an hour, you quietly slide off the exercise bike and go to "recover" laughing
  3. Nexcom
    Nexcom 27 November 2022 17: 54
    +5
    Where did the Baltos get transformers from? Already 252 pieces were promised to Svidomo. They don't manufacture them.
    1. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 27 November 2022 18: 09
      +3
      All 252 pieces will fit into six trailers. I'll tell you the company starts with R and ends with that. lol
    2. Andy_nsk
      Andy_nsk 27 November 2022 18: 10
      +9
      Where did the Baltos get transformers from? Already 252 pieces were promised to Svidomo.

      Please note: six trucks with 114 transformers, i.e. 19 transformers on one truck. Very small transformers. In our garden societies they put more. Why they sent them to the outskirts is not clear, to demonstrate solidarity? Our missiles did not hit such small things! Or is it just fake.
      1. DymOk_v_dYmke
        DymOk_v_dYmke 27 November 2022 18: 49
        +3
        Let them poke around Europe, they will find Chubais - maybe he has nanotransformers stale in his pockets. laughing
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 27 November 2022 21: 27
        +6
        Quote from Andy_nsk
        Please note: six trucks with 114 transformers, i.e. 19 transformers on one truck. Very small transformers. In our garden societies they put more.

        We have a cottage settlement of about 250 houses. Six or seven years ago they brought four transformers on ten trailers. Booths separately, filling separately (installed through a removable roof with a crane), plus two platforms with all sorts of small accompanying junk.
        Nineteen transformers even on a forty-ton platform - I have a stabilizer for two with a neighbor installed about the same.

        Well ... In principle ... And what other help can we expect from the "great industrial power" of Lithuania? What country - such and "help" ...
      3. KCA
        KCA 28 November 2022 00: 33
        0
        I looked, a small trance for 10mVA 110kV / 6.6kV weighs 25kg, just for one truck, 000mVA is already 25kg and this is without packaging, something like that, maybe charging labs for mobile phones are called industrial transformers?
      4. Vladimir100
        Vladimir100 28 November 2022 01: 04
        -4
        Converters will be dispersed, which will make it difficult to disable the power supply system.
        1. Jrvin
          Jrvin 28 November 2022 04: 40
          0
          What is the problem to disable what generates this energy?)))
          1. Andy_nsk
            Andy_nsk 28 November 2022 07: 05
            0
            What is the problem to disable what generates this energy?)))

            I think it’s a pity to hit the generators, after the denification of the non-brothers, we have to restore everything. Replacing generators is a more complicated and costly procedure.
            1. Danske75
              Danske75 30 November 2022 19: 43
              0
              Reparations will be generous, the Ukrainians themselves will rebuild.
        2. Andy_nsk
          Andy_nsk 28 November 2022 07: 02
          0
          Converters will be dispersed, which will make it difficult to disable the power supply system.

          Well, yes, instead of one transformer they will put a hundred! There will be fun for electricians, there is no need to bomb such a system - it will not work by itself due to constant failures!
      5. cat Rusich
        cat Rusich 28 November 2022 01: 07
        +2
        Quote from Andy_nsk

        Please note: six trucks with 114 transformers, i.e. 19 transformers on one truck. Very small transformers. In our garden societies they put more. Why they sent them to the outskirts is not clear, to demonstrate solidarity?
        ! Or is it just fake.
        Documents completed, transformers sent...
        in Ukraine, invoices for the received transformers will be signed ...
        Gesheft will be divided by agreement bully
        fellow
    3. Vic Vic
      Vic Vic 27 November 2022 18: 40
      +4
      Perhaps something from the decommissioned, but not disposed of Soviet heritage
    4. your vsr 66-67
      your vsr 66-67 27 November 2022 19: 19
      0
      Quote: Nexcom
      Where did the Baltos get transformers from? Already 252 pieces were promised to Svidomo. They don't manufacture them.

      Well, they will! Have you thought about who will help them later? laughing
      1. Nexcom
        Nexcom 27 November 2022 19: 21
        +2
        Yes, I somehow sideways who will help the Balts. They will probably beg from the EU or the Americans, if anything.
    5. svp67
      svp67 27 November 2022 19: 55
      0
      Quote: Nexcom
      Where did the Baltos get transformers from?

      Bought in Russia
      1. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 27 November 2022 21: 38
        +2
        Quote: svp67
        Quote: Nexcom
        Where did the Baltos get transformers from?

        Bought in Russia

        Rather, they stole it under the guise of decommissioned scrap metal!
    6. dauria
      dauria 28 November 2022 01: 07
      0
      They don't manufacture them.

      Well, there's something wrong with the power. And so in the Latvian SSR, excellent PML, PME starters of various sizes were made. There was a great industry. What is there now - do not know.
  4. Yuri Veselov
    Yuri Veselov 27 November 2022 17: 56
    +7
    LITHUANIA ... OR LETVA .. IS THERE IS SUCH A STATE? I remember such a province as part of the RUSSIAN EMPIRE WAS ...
  5. Olga Filina
    Olga Filina 27 November 2022 17: 56
    +5
    An anecdote from Soviet times: can an elephant overstrain? Maybe if he tries to raise agriculture. Can the Baltics overstrain if they regularly fly in through the energy system of Ukraine?
    1. cat Rusich
      cat Rusich 28 November 2022 01: 11
      +1
      Quote: Olga Filina
      An anecdote from Soviet times: can an elephant overstrain?
      Maybe if he tries to raise agriculture.
      ?
      Every joke has its share of jokes...
      wassat
  6. DIM (a)
    DIM (a) 27 November 2022 17: 58
    +8
    Just ridiculous, a country with 3 mil. population, a scanty territory, a ridiculous GDP and living on handouts from the EU, the USA and NATO will now share handouts with Ukraine ... by the way, a very large strange))) all help will remain in the pockets of officials on both sides!
  7. Alexga
    Alexga 27 November 2022 17: 58
    +19
    114 transformers on 6 machines? Funny! A high-voltage linear transformer may not fit in one car, both in terms of dimensions and weight. Maybe the supplied transformers were from computer power supplies ?! laughing
    1. Nexcom
      Nexcom 27 November 2022 18: 04
      +1
      Of course, the Baltos themselves began to wind them manually. lol
    2. Boycott
      Boycott 27 November 2022 18: 08
      +5
      Tongue removed drinks Politicians have no idea of ​​reality at all if they carry such a blizzard with serious muzzles.
    3. DIM (a)
      DIM (a) 27 November 2022 18: 15
      +3
      I agree, nonsense and drank handouts.
      If we take at least an oil trans for warming up concrete at a construction site: the weight is about a ton, and the power for 3 phases is only about 100 kW ... though the cost is also not prohibitive ~ 300 tr. In principle, a saddle with a trailer can pull 8 pieces with long trailers.
      And the most interesting thing ... transformers are good, but they cannot generate power))
  8. VictorVictor
    VictorVictor 27 November 2022 17: 59
    +3
    144 transformers on 6 trucks. This is a kilowatt per 100, each, no more. This is enough for the city of Sumy. How to compensate for INDUSTRIAL and TRANSPORT capacities, in megawatts, and throughout (I am sure it will be) the country?
    1. Andy_nsk
      Andy_nsk 27 November 2022 18: 24
      +9
      144 transformers on 6 trucks. This is a kilowatt per 100, each, no more. This is enough for the city of Sumy. How to compensate for INDUSTRIAL and TRANSPORT capacities, in megawatts, and throughout (I am sure it will be) the country?

      Are you kidding, 100kW per city? In a village or a holiday village, and even such trances can hardly climb 19 pcs. for one truck. For example:
      Rated power of transformer TMG, kVA: 100
      Full weight, kg. 500
      Length mm 946
      Width, mm 590
      Full height, mm. 1153
      And this is without packaging. Push in 19 pcs. for one truck? Not sure, very tight. I think the power is even less.
  9. Tagan
    Tagan 27 November 2022 18: 01
    +4
    Quote: AlexGa
    114 transformers on 6 machines? Funny! A high-voltage linear transformer may not fit in one car, both in terms of dimensions and weight. Maybe the supplied transformers were from computer power supplies ?! laughing

    Really. Almost 20 trances per car. Someone is not saying something here)))
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 27 November 2022 18: 24
      +2
      One car can be loaded with a pair of KTP (complete transformer substation), with a capacity for one large village, a small enterprise and nothing more.
      In general, they are not even installed in large urban agglomerations, the capacity is not enough.
      In general, the conversation is about nothing.
  10. evgen1221
    evgen1221 27 November 2022 18: 03
    +3
    And Lithuania, where is this good and what will it take from the bedside table? And the bedside table in Germany?
  11. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 27 November 2022 18: 03
    +3
    The transformer is not a howitzer, it will not change its position, it will work, they will be kicked out again. Moreover, the coordinates of the target are already known and worked out. Go ahead, Lithuanians, but remember, when they knock out your infrastructure, ukrobanderlogs will not throw transformers at you. yes
  12. Oleg812spb
    Oleg812spb 27 November 2022 18: 05
    +3
    Most likely, they will pull something of their own, such as "lost relevance" ...
    1. DymOk_v_dYmke
      DymOk_v_dYmke 27 November 2022 18: 55
      0
      Quote: Oleg812spb
      Most likely, they will pull something of their own, such as "lost relevance" ...

      Given the growing population, it is quite possible.
  13. Tagan
    Tagan 27 November 2022 18: 06
    +1
    Quote: Olga Filina
    An anecdote from Soviet times: can an elephant overstrain? Maybe if he tries to raise agriculture. Can the Baltics overstrain? If the energy system of Ukraine will fly regularly?

    These are the Baltic tigers! Not khukhr-muhr.
  14. Amateur
    Amateur 27 November 2022 18: 07
    +2
    As it says:
    The main thing is not ̶p̶o̶b̶e̶d̶a̶ transformers
    The main thing is participation ... in PR campaigns
  15. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 November 2022 18: 08
    +1
    On Saturday Ukrainian Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko held a meeting with his Lithuanian counterpart Dainius Kreivis, during which he complained about the problems resulting from massive Russian missile strikes.

    Yabeda :)))
    1. Nexcom
      Nexcom 27 November 2022 18: 11
      +1
      they, Krajinsky, there are almost all informers-snitches.

      PS served with you in Chelyab in 89-91. st. Russian, at the hospital as a signalman.
      It's a good city, almost like a family. Just not very clean air because of the factories
  16. Vyacheslav57
    Vyacheslav57 27 November 2022 18: 09
    0
    Lithuania has already sent six trucks with 114 transformers of various capacities to Ukraine, and in general, Vilnius promised Kyiv to provide 252 transformers

    Clearly collected from all over Europe. There are no such production capacities in Lithuania. We'll have to wait a little more until they take it, until they install it. The next batch will be even more expensive, business and nothing personal.
  17. hwostatij
    hwostatij 27 November 2022 18: 09
    +2
    Lithuania has already sent six trucks with 114 transformers of various capacities to Ukraine, and in general, Vilnius promised Kyiv to provide 252 transformers. Lithuania is preparing another package of assistance to Ukraine for 2 million euros.

    Ahaha))) 6 trucks filled to the brim with transformers))) Everything, the infrastructure is safe.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 27 November 2022 18: 17
      +3
      They don't carry decent transformers on trucks ... except on the platform, and even then it won't work everywhere.
      1. hwostatij
        hwostatij 27 November 2022 18: 29
        +4
        They don't carry decent transformers on trucks ... except on the platform, and even then it won't work everywhere.

        A couple of 40000 kVA were brought to us on a platform, but without oil, the pepper is clear. So it's petty. Normal, from 125000 only collected on the spot.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 27 November 2022 19: 35
          0
          We have a railway line laid to the substations, from the general factory railway tracks ... a special crane has been installed for unloading and installation .... this was done even then, in Soviet times.
  18. rocket757
    rocket757 27 November 2022 18: 16
    0
    Lithuania to help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure damaged by Russian missile strikes
    . Is it worth discussing?
    There is nothing to discuss there, in fact.
  19. Fangaro
    Fangaro 27 November 2022 18: 34
    0
    Vilnius shouted that he would help Kyiv. Kyiv responded by shouting thanks.
    Now both Vilnius and Kyiv are waiting for money from Europe for the supply of nanotransformers. Vilnius - for the supply. Kyiv - for what he accepted.
  20. Cat Alexandrovich
    Cat Alexandrovich 27 November 2022 18: 35
    +2
    Okay, this Lithuania ... You, dear comrades, weren't you interested in something else in this note? Almost complete restoration of Ukraine's energy sector? Here's what to discuss...
    1. Leonidych
      Leonidych 27 November 2022 18: 49
      0
      Very embarrassing. It would not be time to strike another striker so that they would not be restored at least until spring. It is necessary to defeat them. And then we will restore all this iron.
    2. Skobaristan
      Skobaristan 27 November 2022 19: 49
      -1
      And who said that a full recovery?
  21. Sancho_SP
    Sancho_SP 27 November 2022 18: 41
    +1
    It is worth clarifying that there are clearly some spare parts for Soviet power equipment in Lithuania.
    1. Leonidych
      Leonidych 27 November 2022 18: 53
      0
      After they entered the EU energy system, though partially, they left a lot of our Soviet equipment. So it's not smart.
  22. Drlivsi
    Drlivsi 27 November 2022 18: 49
    -5
    They will help. And they will restore. A country where resource administrators and justice authorities themselves sacredly carry out sanctions against their country is doomed. And so it happens. When was the law against countering sanctions on the example of Crimea adopted? Who is punished? Sberbank? Mobile operators? ADMINISTRATORS (no specifics), you yourself are the fifth column. As for the rest, stop beating your chest, and they will install corvettes, and the energy system will be restored as soon as possible, and Crimea will be taken away after the second wave of mobilization, smashed, taken away. "We don't sell ours"? We sell ours.
    1. Skobaristan
      Skobaristan 27 November 2022 19: 46
      +1
      Tyuyuyu. That Putin "leaked" back in 14 .... so they wrote. And about Sberbank and about telecom operators. Here is one to one. Do you have an old manual?
    2. Igor_Aretano
      Igor_Aretano 27 November 2022 20: 33
      +2
      Yes, Ukraine has increased funds for the information war in social networks from 30 to 40 million dollars a month. It would be strange if the TsIPSOshnik did not appear on the VO, masquerading as a sad man of Russia. That's where you showed up.
  23. Ulan.1812
    Ulan.1812 27 November 2022 19: 45
    +1
    Even if this is not PR, then one goblin will also dispose of them.
  24. Bear
    Bear 27 November 2022 20: 02
    0
    Energy cannibalism. Labus morons. It will take half a year, a year and they will need these resources. But no.
  25. Viktor Sergeev
    Viktor Sergeev 27 November 2022 20: 09
    0
    You can die from laughter. Let them help themselves.
  26. carpenter
    carpenter 27 November 2022 20: 11
    0
    Lithuania will help Ukraine to restore power grid facilities that were damaged during massive Russian missile strikes.

    The hare said to the cow - "Don't worry, horned one, I'll feed you in the winter, I have enough hay for two cows, I mowed it all summer."
    But without laughing, this is said by the one who, at the behest of the United States, crushed his Ingalinsk nuclear power plant, leaving the country without electricity, for the sake of America.
  27. Yaro Polk
    Yaro Polk 27 November 2022 20: 25
    0
    there are probably not so many transformers even in the warehouses of Russia laughing
    * yes .. and who will give them something to restore there .. until the NARC signs the surrender: lol
  28. Igor_Aretano
    Igor_Aretano 27 November 2022 20: 26
    +1
    And what, does Lithuania have a large repair potential for the energy sector?
  29. Bingo
    Bingo 27 November 2022 20: 48
    +1
    Give blue electrical tape. Roll. No, walk, flaw - two!
  30. Puler
    Puler 27 November 2022 20: 58
    0
    Unless ... Lithuania can donate, this is a 0,26 kV transformer))) from the USSR receiver Riga ...
  31. wandlitz
    wandlitz 27 November 2022 21: 08
    0
    And Lithuania is that a powerful industrial power?
  32. Glagol1
    Glagol1 27 November 2022 21: 11
    0
    The more Lithuania will spend on the 404th, the better. You give a complete collapse of the 404th and the subsequent collapse of the Lithuanian Natsiks!
  33. cat-begemot
    cat-begemot 27 November 2022 22: 50
    +1
    252 transformers of different power, that's cool. I'm afraid that there are no transformers for substations above 30 kV. There are more promises.
  34. Warrior MorePhoto
    Warrior MorePhoto 28 November 2022 00: 24
    0
    The Baltons are asking for a crack from which they will die or, at best, get off with serious injuries
  35. Vladimir100
    Vladimir100 28 November 2022 01: 02
    -2
    in kueva again it is warm and light. Hoh-lam had a week to recover.
  36. FoBoss_VM
    FoBoss_VM 28 November 2022 01: 21
    -2
    There, in addition to transformers, a lot of other things are needed. And switches and disconnectors, a relay with an anti-emergency alarm, communication control room. A substation, especially from 220 kV and above, is a very technically complex structure, it is far from only transformers. How is it all offered to be restored? Even if all the equipment is available, it still needs to be matched so that everything works correctly. Designers and installers are needed. Are they available too?
  37. Keer
    Keer 28 November 2022 01: 36
    0
    Don't give a damn about Lithuanian help. The important thing here is the statement that the supply of electricity, water, and so on is being restored in Kyiv. Is this true, is it a lie? This should excite and not ridicule the Tribaltian power.
  38. withoutreverse
    withoutreverse 28 November 2022 02: 10
    +8
    and who wants to rot in the backyards of Europe.. looking for a partner.
  39. ASM
    ASM 28 November 2022 02: 11
    0
    Who will help? This is the whole point, because Lithuania itself is simply nothing, no population, no industry, no territory. So who will help through Lithuania? The United States is most likely, since the EU is already lagging behind and complaining about the lack of everything and everything.
  40. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 28 November 2022 04: 05
    0
    Dill more and more begins to resemble a "black" hole, where everything disappears to no one knows where !!??
  41. Uma palata
    Uma palata 28 November 2022 04: 28
    0
    Hm. Correlate the dimensions of the "product" with the dimensions of the truck, so it turns out, what did the Balts give? Kits for double tourist tents, or what?
  42. APASUS
    APASUS 28 November 2022 08: 47
    0
    Vilnius promised Kyiv to provide 252 transformers.

    Where do such stocks of transformers come from in little Lithuania? What nonsense ...... This is not a 110 kva substation, such substations didn’t give up on bombing anyone
  43. Romanenko
    Romanenko 28 November 2022 08: 47
    0
    One beggar promised to help another at someone else's expense, well done!
    So continue to act - the West will help you!
  44. Petr_Koldunov
    Petr_Koldunov 28 November 2022 10: 18
    0
    The Kyiv city administration reported that the capital of Ukraine has almost completely restored electricity, water, heat supply and communications, everything is working as usual. At the moment, the introduced emergency power outage schedules provide for power outages no more than 5 hours a day.

    Well, what kind of artillery strikes are these? in the 70s in the USSR in many cities there were blackouts of both water and electricity. Water, for example, even in large cities there was still no more hours a day ... and this without any war! In the half-million Voronezh, I remember the summer water regime was - from 11 am to 17 pm there is no water ... just no! And it didn't bother people much. Rather, it interfered of course ... but not critical. Life in the city is not canceled! And for the sake of some purpose (as Chewbakis live in Ukraine now) - they simply will not notice these shutdowns !!!
    The question is simple: WHY are these freaks being bombed in such a way that it is not critical for them ???
  45. iouris
    iouris 28 November 2022 11: 37
    0
    There is no energy in Lithuania. She drowned.
  46. VictorVictor
    VictorVictor 28 November 2022 12: 32
    0
    Quote from Andy_nsk
    144 transformers on 6 trucks. This is a kilowatt per 100, each, no more. This is enough for the city of Sumy. How to compensate for INDUSTRIAL and TRANSPORT capacities, in megawatts, and throughout (I am sure it will be) the country?

    Are you kidding, 100kW per city? In a village or a holiday village, and even such trances can hardly climb 19 pcs. for one truck. For example:
    Rated power of transformer TMG, kVA: 100
    Full weight, kg. 500
    Length mm 946
    Width, mm 590
    Full height, mm. 1153
    And this is without packaging. Push in 19 pcs. for one truck? Not sure, very tight. I think the power is even less.

    Are you able to read? I was talking about the ones that were sent. Everyone. Whether it fits one or two, it's up to you. I'm on this business.....
    1. Andy_nsk
      Andy_nsk 1 December 2022 12: 39
      -1
      Are you able to read? I was talking about the ones that were sent. Everyone.

      Those. Do you think that it is possible to put 114 transformers in some regional center and this will solve the problem? You do not represent the power grid organizations. The supply of large cities is carried out via 220 or 330 kV lines, megawatt transformers are connected to them (it was at such substations that Caliber and Geraniums were beaten), no one will hook 100 kW transformers to such a line. But after lowering the voltage to 10 kV (less often 6 kV), small consumers such as individual enterprises, towns, microdistricts, etc. are already hooked, and then small power transformers (including 100 kW) are used, which lower the phase-to-phase voltage up to 380 V, which enters the house (each phase is 220 V relative to neutral).
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