cylindrical winding

cylindrical winding

[sə′lin·drə·kəl ′wīnd·iŋ]
(electricity)
The current-carrying element of a core-type transformer, consisting of a single coil of one or more layers wound concentrically with the iron core.
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The contract is the purchase of equipment (case cylindrical winding machine, a toroidal winding machine, with guide microplasma, vacuum pressure impregnation station, electric furnace, a test device for an output choke apparatus for testing / control characteristics (inductance) choke coils depending on the frequency, used for precision cutting coiled sheet tester) and put them into production.
Prior Information Notice: purchase of equipment (case cylindrical winding machine, a toroidal winding machine, with guide microplasma, vacuum pressure impregnation station, electric furnace, a test device for an output choke apparatus for testing / control characteristics (inductance) choke coils depending on the frequency
Contract notice: purchase of equipment (large and small cylindrical winding machine, a toroidal winding machine, microplasma a linear guide, a vacuum-pressure impregnation station, electric furnace, test apparatus for power inductors, a device for testing / control characteristics (inductance) reactors, depending on the frequency, machine for precision cutting wound foil and tester) and put them into production.