Nanocrystalline toroidal core supplier by Transmart? Transmart transformer manufacturers are an export oriented company with customers located in 40+ countries. We supply high quality tape wound cores in Nanocrystalline, Amorphous and Silicon Steels. Product applications including Common mode chokes ,Hall Effect Current Sensors, Low Voltage and Medium Voltage instrument transformers, Earth Leakage Circuit Breakers ,Reactors, Inductors etc. Discover additional information on nanocrystalline toroidal core. As we focus on the improvement of the quality, this product has been manufactured with high quality and stable performance. It is of fine workmanship and good quality and is well sold in the domestic market. A positive market response indicates that the product has a good market prospect.
Commonly used transformer cores are generally made of silicon steel sheets. Silicon steel is a kind of steel with silicon (silicon is also called silicon), and its silicon content is 0.8 ~ 4.8%. The reason why silicon steel is used as the iron core of transformer is that silicon steel itself is a magnetic material with strong magnetic conductivity. In the energized coil, it can produce large magnetic induction intensity, which can reduce the volume of transformer.
Hysteresis loss is the iron loss caused by the hysteresis phenomenon in the magnetization process of the iron core. The size of this loss is directly proportional to the area surrounded by the hysteresis loop of the material. The hysteresis loop of silicon steel is narrow, and the hysteresis loss of transformer core made of silicon steel is small, which can greatly reduce its heating degree. Since silicon steel has the above advantages, why not use the whole silicon steel as the iron core and process it into a sheet? rolled silicon steel sheet is selected. It is cut into long pieces according to the size of the required iron core, and then overlapped into “day” shape or “mouth” shape. In principle, in order to reduce eddy current, the thinner the silicon steel sheet, the narrower the spliced strip, and the better the effect. This not only reduces the eddy current loss and temperature rise, but also saves the material of silicon steel sheet. But in fact, when making silicon steel sheet iron core. Not only from the above favorable factors, because making the iron core in that way will greatly increase the working hours and reduce the effective section of the iron core. Therefore, when making transformer iron core with silicon steel sheet, we should start from the specific situation, weigh the advantages and disadvantages and choose the best size.
Silicon steel is a traditional magnetic material mainly for 50Hz to 1000Hz electronic and electrical applications. The toroidal core is one of the main products of Transmart Industrial. Our silicon steel core series has many styles to meet the diversified needs of customers. We manufacture various type of cores in silicon steels, such as Current Sensor Cores, silicon steel transformer core, Instrument Transformer Cores, Torodal cores, C-cores, Unicore etc. Transmart Industrial carries out strict quality monitoring and cost control on each production link of toroidal core, from raw material purchase, production and processing and finished product delivery to packaging and transportation. This effectively ensures the product has better quality and more favorable price than other products in the industry. Discover additional information at https://www.transmart.net/.
Fe based amorphous alloys are competing with silicon steel in power frequency and medium frequency fields. Compared with silicon steel, iron-based amorphous alloy has the following advantages and disadvantages. The saturated magnetic flux density BS of iron-based amorphous alloy is lower than that of silicon steel. The filling coefficient of Fe based amorphous alloy core is 0.84 ~ 0.86. It shows that Fe based amorphous alloy has better resistance to power waveform distortion than silicon steel.
After surface insulation treatment, the magnetic core is evenly mixed with the binder, pressed and annealed. There are basically three ways to obtain nanocrystalline powder: amorphous strip crushing after annealing and crystallization, mechanical alloying and molten alloy atomization. At present, mechanical alloying is still in the laboratory research stage. A few companies produce amorphous strip crystallization in small quantities in China, but it is unable to expand the market due to cost reasons. Compared with other methods, molten alloy atomization method has high efficiency and low cost. Its disadvantage is that the amorphous content of the powder is low and the loss is high.