The technologies that deal with magnetic fields are little known to the general public who do not know the most immediate applications.

The modern magnetic materials that, in addition to iron and silicon, use precious metals such as nickel, manganese and titanium or rare as barium, cobalt, samarium, neodymium or vanadium have allowed the construction of inductors, transformers and engines with powers and dimensions unimaginable until a few decades ago.

Each power converter, whether it is “conventional” or “transformerless” (without transformers), needs these components inside.

The ability to design and build them allows us to identify sophisticated solutions able to solve the most complex problems of electricity conversion.

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