Midwest Current Transformer has been an industry leader in design and production of current transformer products for over 50 years. Our focus is to build quality products designed to meet your needs. You may choose from any of our standard products or we can design and build a custom solution specifically for your application.

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CT Series Current Transformer

CT Series Current Transformer

The CT Series offers a wide range of standard ratios to 1 amp and 5 amp secondary outputs.

Standard units are manufactured with 24 inch leads, 600 volt fiberglass insulation wrap and a protective polyurethane coating.

Screw terminals, high voltage insulation, mounting brackets and ratios to 0.1 amp are available. Please specify when placing your order.

RC Series Current Transformer

RC Series Current Transformer

The RC Series offers a wide range of standard ratios to 1 amp and 5 amp secondary outputs.

Standard units are manufactured with 24 inch leads and a round polycarbonate case.

Mounting brackets and ratios to 0.1 amp are available. Please specify when placing your order.

SC Series Current Transformer

SC Series Current Transformer

The SC Series offers a wide range of standard ratios to 1 amp and 5 amp secondary outputs.

Standard units are manufactured with brass screw terminals and a square polycarbonate case.

Lead wires instead of screw terminals and ratios to 0.1 amp are available. Please specify when placing your order.

Custom Current Transformer

Custom Current Transformer

Midwest Current Transformer offers you a wide range of current transformers. Should a standard unit not meet your specific application, our experienced staff will design a custom current transformer for you.

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Fire Sprinklers Save Lives In Your Home

Blaze Fire Investigation is now know as Anderson Engineering. (updated 6/28/17)

Saving Lives, Not Just Property

Smoke detectors have been alerting people to fire danger in their homes since the 1960s and now residential fire sprinklers are saving even more lives. With 8 out of 10 fire related deaths being the result of home fires, it makes sense to invest in both detection and extinguishing equipment in your home to reduce the risk of death in a fire by 82%. The development and use of fire sprinklers began back in the 1800s to protect warehouses and factories where property was stored in large quantities. It took many large fire tragedies in hotels and multi-family residences to direct attention to the need for fire sprinklers to save lives and not just property. Now many states are contemplating the adoption of building codes that require home sprinkler systems in newly constructed homes, led by the state of California with a law that became effective in 2011.

How Home Fire Sprinkler Systems Work

You have probably noticed sprinklers in commercial buildings because they are sometimes unsightly but home fire sprinklers can look as unobtrusive as a small circular panel on the ceiling. Unlike smoke detectors, the sprinklers are activated by heat and not smoke. When activated, the sprinklers only switch on where the heat is detected, not through the whole house. Because of their quick response time, a home fire can be extinguished in minutes, often before the fire department even has the chance to arrive at the scene. They also use less water because the fire is still small and damage to the structure and its contents is limited to the immediate area of the fire.

How to Get Home Fire Sprinklers

The easiest installation of a home fire sprinkler system is when a new home is being constructed but it is also possible to retrofit older homes. The system will be designed to cover most areas of your home and operates off of your water main. One sprinkler can cover an area of 12’ by 12’ and small non-livable areas such as bathrooms and closets are not included. Plastic pipe is installed behind walls and ceilings and attach to the individual sprinklers. Ask your contractor about adding this life saving feature that will also increase the resale value of your home in the future.

Protect Your Family and Your Home

Once installed, fire sprinkler systems need minimal maintenance. They also can be considered environmentally friendly because they use less water than firefighting, and they minimize the transfer of toxins from burnt materials to waste water. The most important reason to get a home fire sprinkler system is to protect your family from injury or death. No one expects a fire to happen, but if it does, investing in fire sprinklers at home can mean the difference between a bright future or none at all.

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