TRANSFORMING DEFENSE POWER
December 17, 1940
SHARON, Pa., Dec. 17--This 35-ton transformer is one of the power giants being turned out at the Sharon, Pa.
Works of the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, to aid in the distribution of electric power for the national defense program.
Dwarfed by the machine's 15-foot height, the men at the top are directing its movement to a freight car for shipment.
More that 4,000 gallons of oil, which will be used in this transformer, will be cooled as it circulates through the radiators on the sides.
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