Pioneering Design and Fabrication
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 a key supplier of tape wound toroidal and tape wound cut cores, transformer assemblies and GFCI's for electric vehicles and EV charging stations.
Products and applications
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:
- Tape wound toroidal cores – and other shapes for transformers, power supplies, motors, GFCI’s, HVAC controls and voltage meters
- Tape wound cut cores – for transformers and assembly configurations with critical dimensional and weight requirements not available in standard laminations
- Tape cores – for input, output, audio signal, computer modems, communications and precision motor controls
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, SupermendurTM, MicrosilTM(grain-oriented silicon steel), SuperPermTM 80, SupermalloyTM.
In addition to employing our own testing, Magnetic Metals conducts internal audits to verify that our quality management system complies with current requirements set by industry standards organizations. Our Anaheim facility is AS9100C certified.