What is Coil Winding?
The manufacturing of electromagnetic coils is known as coil winding. Electromagnetic coils have countless uses. They are an essential component within many circuits, creating a magnetic field.
Electromagnetic coils are found in the following equipment and more:
- Medical equipment
- Other electronics
There are a myriad of uses for electromagnetic coils, including any application in which an electric current must interact with a magnetic field.
Types of Coil Winding
Coil windings vary depending on:
- Differing strengths of magnetic fields needed
- Inductance necessary
- Q factor
- Insulation properties needed
The type and geometry of the wound coil is very important depending on use case.
There are various coil winding processes, including:
- Linear winding
- Flyer winding
- Needle winding
- Toroidal core winding
- Distributed winding
- Bifilar and trifilar winding
Custom Coil Winding
Our Coil Winding team is vastly experienced in manufacturing coils for the medical and electronic industries.
Purchase wire with Remington Industries or elsewhere and choose our team for custom wire services, including Coil Winding.
Wire available for Remington Industries includes:
We are here to manufacture high quality electromagnetic coils to your exact specifications.
Coil Winding Machines
Our specialized coil winding machines enable us to take on a wide range of custom coil winding projects.
As custom coil winders, we have an experienced team with vast knowledge of coil winding, including precision and medical grade coils.
Why Choose Remington Industries for Your Coil Winding?
Our high quality control standards and experienced team members will ensure precision and meet your exact specifications. Each part is 100% tested before it ships.
We are proud to use our coil winding expertise and wire winding technology to provide high quality solutions to your electromagnetic coil needs.
Contact Remington Industries today for answers to questions about coil winding, more information and coil winding services you can trust.
Contact us by phone: (815) 385-1987
3521 N. Chapel Hill Road
Johnsburg, IL 60051 U.S.A.