Air core inductors are beneficial for many applications.
Air core inductors do not rely on a magnetic core and are made from a ferromagnetic material. In most cases, the coils are wound on ceramic, plastic, or other nonmagnetic forms in addition to those that possess air within the winding. Common features of air core inductors include lower inductance than standard ferromagnetic core coils, and they are often used at high frequencies because of their ability to remain free from energy losses.
At Electric Power Systems, we often recommend air core inductors for applications that have switch mode magnetic requirements. This type of inductor is also beneficial when space is not a prohibitive factor.
We are happy to thoroughly assess your project requirements to determine if air core inductors are the right type of inductor for your specific application. We have been working with a wide range of inductors and electrical components since 1987, and our experience makes us your reliable source for information and assistance when it comes to selecting, maintaining, and repairing your systems, especially when different types of inductors are involved. Our purpose is to help you successfully implement air core inductors into your application for improved operation and better site production overall.
If you require additional information about air core inductors, our products, or our services, we are always eager to help. Contact us today at Electric Power Systems to speak with one of our representatives about how we can meet your needs when it comes to electrical components, equipment, and operation.
At Electric Power Systems, we can build air core inductors for those in Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Norfolk, Virginia; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; Houston, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Charleston, South Carolina.