Electrical Machine Silicon Steel for Power and Transformer Core

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Specifications:

 

1. Thickness:0.50mm

2. Width:1200mm

3. Coil Weight: 4--8 tons

 

4. Model Number: 50W800

 

5. Type: Steel Coil

 

6. Surface Treatment: C-4 Insulated Coated

 

7. Package: Standard Seaworthy Package with Wooden Pallet

 

8. Application: motor, Electric Engine, dynamo, transformer, electromagnetic switch, reactor, Magnetic amplifiers, ballast, relay, Yoke flow circle and other industry usage. 

 

Advantages

1- low core loss and perfect magnetic induction 

2- Good punch ability and processability, especially for small or mini motors

3- Good surface smoothness and flatness, low tolerance, high lamination factor

4- Excellent insulating film, good heatproof, smooth and thin film, high electric resistance, 

good adhesion, precise punch ability, corrosion resisting and anti-rust

5- Stable performances and competitive prices

 

Application

 

Electric generator, transformer, small & micro motor and other related electrical appliances.

Power and transformer cores, toroidal cores , R-core, O-core, C-core and clamp meter cores . The products are widely used in electrical machine and associated industries

 

Electrical Machine Silicon Steel for Power and Transformer Core

Electrical Machine Silicon Steel for Power and Transformer Core

Electrical Machine Silicon Steel for Power and Transformer Core



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