Magnetic Material

  • Amorphous Cut Core

    Amorphous C core (Amorphous Cut Core) made from amorphous Fe-based alloys offer an interesting combination of high saturation flux density and low magnetization losses, therefore they are especially suitable for PFC (Power Factor Correction) or storage chokes

  • Common Mode Choke Core

    Excellent Frequency Character

    Low Magnetostriction

    Excellent Temperature Character

    Low Core Loss

  • Nanocrystalline Ribbon

    Fe-based Nanocrystalline Ribbon has the properties of high saturation magnetization and permeability, low coercive force and core loss, good stabilities on temperature and time effect, excellent abilities of anti-wearing and anti-rusty, and it shows the best property-value ratio among all of the soft magnetic materials

  • Amorphous E Type Core

    High Saturate induction — Reducing Core Volume
    Rectangular Structure — Easy for coil assembling
    Core Cutting — Good for anti-DC-bias-saturation
    Low core loss — anti-temperature-rising (1/5 ~ 1/10 compared to silicon steel)
    Good stability — Stable working from -50℃ to 130℃

  • Power Transformer Core

    Usually the Hi-Power arc welding inverter’s single-ended pulse transformers require the transformer cores with low high frequency loss, high Bs and low Br so that to achieve bigger B. Output filter and energy stored inductance required the characteristics of high Bs, low loss and constant permeability, in this case, we made horizontal magnetic treatment on Nano-crystalline alloy to manufacture the transformer cores with low Br and constant permeability

  • Amorphous Ribbon

    Amorphous Ribbon is an new soft magnetic material. It is produced through the advanced technology of rapid solidification of molten metal at a cooling rate of about a million ℃/sec. During this process the metal is rapidly quenched as a form of ribbon with 25-35 μm thickness, and the micro-structure of the alloy is the amorphous due to the high quenching rate