CanLift manufactures and supplies transformers that enable oil and gas sector, utility and industrial clients to control the voltage of their power grids and safeguard their machinery and equipment. They can be utilized in a wide assortment of applications, such as:

  • Surface pumps
  • Electric Submersible Pumps
  • Electricity distribution
  • Used in conjunction with Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)

These transformers can handle the challenging conditions of the environments where they are used and can withstand weather, high temperatures and hazardous work sites.

​CanLift Transformers

CanLift manufactures our own transformers in Sherwood Park, AB and they are available in step down and step up units, and are designed for use with Variable Frequency Drives.

Features of the Product

  • Standard units are 415/480/600 Volt primary
  • Sizes 100 – 1250 kVA
  • 25 kVA single phase through 5000 kVA three-phase (including full-amp capacity and polygon)
  • Designs for 50 or 60 Hz, high harmonic conditions, extreme ambient temperatures and harsh environments.
  • 600 V through 34,500 V class

SouthWest Electric Transformers

CanLift distributes SouthWest Electric single and three-phase transformers and customization options to meet the needs of your project and environment.

These transformers are ideal for use with large motors, and are designed to detect and respond to voltage drops for submersible and surface pumps.

Benefits of the Product

  • Ability to distribute power at high voltage
  • Controls voltage to protect machinery
  • Reduces electrostatic and noise pollution
  • Eliminates the need for double wiring
  • Prevents power overload
  • Meet industry standards (IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, UL, C-UL)

Features of the Product

  • Available in single primary voltages or dual primary voltages
  • three-phase step-up designs with a 480 V primary voltage
  • Full amp capacity
  • 600 V – 34,500 V class
  • 25 kVA single phase
  • 5000 kVA three phase
  • 50 or 60 Hz
  • Designs for non-standard frequencies
  • Designs for high harmonic conditions
  • Transient suppression
  • Mineral oil or high fire-point insulating fluid