Amorphous Metal Cores Market research to Record Stellar CAGR During 2019 – 2029
VALLEY COTTAGE, N.Y. – Amorphous Metal Cores: Introduction
Also known as vitreous metals, amorphous metal cores are glassy or non-crystalline in physical appearance. Amorphous metal cores are used for creating high-performance transformers. Amorphous metal cores have low conductivity, which helps to reduce eddy currents in the core body. Since amorphous metal cores does not have anisotropic properties, it shows excellent magnetic behavior such as minimum iron loss while having high-saturation magnetic flux density with high permeability. Amorphous metal cores are generally used in distribution transformers. In terms of end use sector, Amorphous metal cores are commonly preferred in renewable energy systems such as solar power and wind energy, as they typically operate with 20 – 40% low load conditions. Amorphous metal cores have been used in liquid-filled transformers for over 20 years, and now this technology is trending in dry type transformers as well.
Download the sample copy of Report with table of contents and Figures @: https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-10840
Amorphous Metal Cores Market: Dynamics
The amorphous alloy in the iron core of transformer significantly reduces energy costs and helps increase electrical characteristics while reducing the level of CO2 emissions. Power transmission equipment manufacturers today are searching for a technology that saves energy and reduces their operating cost. This has encouraged amorphous metal cores manufacturers to develop optimized and energy efficient products for use in distribution transformers. Normally, 10% of total electricity generated by an electric company is lost during the distribution and transmission process. Thus, distribution transformers consisting of amorphous metal cores help save a significant amount of energy and cost. Other uses that benefit from amorphous metal cores include output filter chokes in large Switched-Mode Power Supply (SMPS), power factor correction chokes in UPS systems and high-power lamp ballasts.
Preview Analysis of Amorphous Metal Cores Market – Global Industry Analysis 2014 – 2018 and Opportunity Assessment; 2019 – 2029: https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/amorphous-metal-cores-market
The initial costs of amorphous metal cores are relatively higher as compared to crystalline silicon steel owing to certain beneficial properties such as lower saturation magnetic flux density of amorphous steel than that of silicon steel, which is mostly preferred by transformer manufacturers. This results in high cost per unit of large sized amorphous core transformers. Although, it’s increased energy efficiency and low operational costs throughout the lifetime of transformer, could help compensate its high initial costs. Therefore, despite of high costs, the above mentioned factors are estimated to boost the market demand for amorphous metal cores in the coming years.
On the flip side, amorphous metal cores shows various limitations which may curb the market growth. Hardness along with reduced thickness makes slitting and shearing difficult. Moreover, the brittleness property of amorphous metal cores has also made it un-friendly to the transformer manufacturers. Due to these limitations, the amorphous metal core technology has been limited at present to very few customers across geographies.
Buy this report @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/checkout/10840
Amorphous Metal Cores: Regional Market Outlook
With U.S. agreeing to expand the production of amorphous metal core transformers in order to achieve efficient distribution & transmission of electricity, the global amorphous metal cores market is projected to witness lucrative growth opportunities in North America. In addition, since U.S. has the highest per capita electricity consumption ratio in the world, government and utility companies are taking various initiatives to introduce energy efficient transforming solutions, which is estimated to accelerate the growth of amorphous metal cores market during the forecast period.
Moreover, regions such as East Asia and South Asia are also estimated to witness lackluster growth driven by major installations of amorphous metal core transformers in India and China. The recent electrification projects are heavily investing in energy efficient technology which is expected to drive the growth for amorphous metal cores market over the slated time period.
The European countries are also facing an upsurge in the amorphous metal cores market. For instance, Spanish utility companies have started to import the amorphous metal core transformers and is also promoting in-house manufacturing of the same with local manufacturers.
Amorphous Metal Cores: Market Key Players
Some of the prominent market participants in the global amorphous metal cores market include the following players:
- Hitachi, Ltd.
- Advanced Technology & Materials Co., Ltd.
- Zhaojing Incorporated
- Qingdao Yunlu New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
- China Amorphous Technology Co.,Ltd
- Mangal Electrical Industries Pvt. Ltd.
- KOTSONS Pvt. Ltd.
- Usha Amorphous Metals Ltd.
Our advisory services are aimed at helping you with specific, customized insights that are relevant to your specific challenges. Let us know about your challenges and our trusted advisors will connect with you: https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-gb-10840
More from Industrial Automation & Equipment :
Future Market Insights (FMI) is a leading market intelligence and consulting firm. We deliver syndicated research reports, custom research reports and consulting services which are personalized in nature. FMI delivers a complete packaged solution, which combines current market intelligence, statistical anecdotes, technology inputs, valuable growth insights and an aerial view of the competitive framework and future market trends.
Mr. Abhishek Budholiya
Future Market Insights
616 Corporate Way, Suite 2-9018,
Valley Cottage, NY 10989,
T (UK): + 44-(0)-20-7692-8790
Press Office: Press@futuremarketinsights.com
Blog: Market Research Blog