Power Partners is a leading manufacturer of overhead distribution transformers, serving utility, industrial and commercial customers in North America, Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean and other markets. Working with our suppliers, we provide value to our customers, associates and community by responsibly producing reliable, energy-efficient distribution and cooling solutions.
More than 8,500,000 transformers have been produced at our manufacturing facility in Athens, GA, over its 50-year history. We consistently offer the shortest manufacturing cycles in the industry and have a stellar track record of responding to storms with great speed. Empire District Electric Company, which serves Joplin, MO, thanked Power Partners for "superior performance and unending dedication" for Power Partners' role in helping the utility company restore power to rebuild Joplin, which experienced a Category 5 tornado in May 2011 that killed 160 people and destroyed thousands of homes and other structures when it was on the ground for 32 minutes.
Our unique center-bolt cover design for our transformers provides numerous safety and quality advantages. Power Partners is ISO 9001: 2008 certified, with outstanding quality and reliability, as evidenced by an extremely low field incident rate. Our quality policy is "Total Customer Satisfaction through Continual Process Improvement." Click here for more about the advantages we offer customers.
Power Partners is also ISO 14001 certified for its environmental management practices, and it is a member of the Green Suppliers Network. Our environmental policy is that our work culture protects "Our World for Our Tomorrow" through continual environmental process improvement.
Power Partners' products include single-phase and three-phase pole-type transformers at 34.5 kV and below, in ratings from 5-1000 kVA single-phase and 30- 500 kVA three-phase. ABB, a global leader in power and automation technologies, serves as the manufacturer's representative for Power Partners.
We also manufacture ECO-MAX adsorption chillers that convert waste heat or heat from solar collectors and convert it into cold water for air conditioning and other process requirements.