coil form

coil form

[′kȯil ‚fȯrm]
(electromagnetism)
The tubing or spool of insulating material on which a coil is wound.
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It will be made at Tata Steel's Port Talbot plant and supplied in either coil form or processed plate via Tata Steel's distribution facilities in the UK and mainland Europe.
Furthermore, it will be among the few regional steel producers with a diversified product range, including rebar in straight and coil form, wire rod, sections, hot rolled coil and semi-finished products such as billets and direct reduced iron.
9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- PRO-TEC Coating Company, a provider of world-class coated sheet steel in coil form primarily to the quality-critical automotive industry, has awarded its coveted Supplier of the Year Award to Quaker Chemical Corporation.
It also produces the widest plate in coil form up to 3.
Develop a functional coil form with facial features as decorative and expressive elements.
The large scale users in the UK have tended to import the metal in coil form, mainly from Sweden," said Mr Thompson.
Together, the laminated stack and wound copper coil form the stator assembly.
Using a coil form also molded from Zytel HTN, engineers wind and terminate the solenoid's magnet wire and then place the coil in a metal frame.
Post curing in coil form, while still a common method today for large cables and profile extrusions, has been largely replaced by the technique of curing on reels or in stainless steel baskets.