Glass Transformers Website

Date: 20 July 2009
Source: RoMan Manufacturing
ROMAN MANUFACTURING LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITEGrand Rapids, Michigan - RoMan Manufacturing, Inc., manufacturer of AC and DC Power Supplies and related specialty products, has launched a new website at

The new website showcases RoMan's Special AC Transformers, optimized for the rugged conditions associated with the melting and forming of glass. What Sets RoMan Special AC Transformers Apart?External design: Fully sealed construction is highly resistant to rust, corrosion, moisture, dust, debris and vibration.Internal design: Solid-state full epoxy encapsulated construction provides enhanced isolation, complete moisture resistance and stability at high temperatures.Efficiency: RoMan’s special manufacturing process maximizes thermal heat transfer allowing the use of smaller more electrically efficient transformers.Smaller size allows transformers to be mounted closer to the work reducing length of expensive copper buss and improving electrical efficiency.RoMan transformers can be found a variety of glass manufacturing processes including: Hearth, Boost, Bushing, Finer.

For more information on RoMan Special AC Transformers visit

600450 Glass Transformers Website
Date: 20 July 2009
Source: RoMan Manufacturing

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