Toroidal & Cut Cores and Motor Laminations for Aerospace/Defense
Motor Laminations for Medical Applications
Nickel Transformer Laminations for Telecommunications/Audio
Toroidal & Cut Cores for Industrial Controls
GFCI Cores & Assemblies for Wiring Devices
Laminations for Transformers
Founded in 1942, Magnetic Metals became a big supporter of the U.S. military’s telecommunications needs during World War II, producing nickel-iron transformer laminations. In the early 1960s, we added NASA to our growing customer base. Today, we are the largest supplier of GFCI sensor cores and make the lowest-distortion transformer laminations in the industry.
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Employing a team-based development process, we partner with customers – sharing our practical, hands-on expertise in design, material selection, metallurgical processing and fabrication – to engineer custom and standard components that suit a broad spectrum of performance requirements. Magnetic Metals products include:
Magnetic Metals carries all types and thicknesses of materials with the most advanced magnetic properties and performance characteristics. They include Nanocrystalline Alloy and Amorphous Alloy for cores and other applications, high-permeability/low distortion nickel alloy and cobalt iron, Microsil (grain-oriented silicon steel), SuperPerm 80, Supermalloy, and MetGlas™.
In addition to employing our own testing, the Quality Management Systems of our Anaheim and Camden Divisions are AS9100C certified.
We recognize every application is unique, so we encourage you to contact us to discuss your specific requirements and to discover how your designs and applications can be improved by using Magnetic Metals components. Call 800-257-8174 or email email@example.com to receive immediate assistance.
Magnetic Metals can produce prototypes for testing and evaluation, initiate limited production, or scale up to a full production run. We can meet the largest volume ring and toroidal core orders in the industry. Manufacturing capabilities include: