Electromagnetic lines are widely used in electric power, electromechanical, electrical equipment, household appliances, electronics, communications and transportation. Direct service targets are transformers, reactors, relays, electrical appliances and other products.
The global electromagnetic wire production and consumption market used to be concentrated in North America, Japan and Western Europe. In recent years, as the downstream customers of the electromagnetic line have moved their factories to Asia, Central and South America, the manufacturing base of electromagnetic wire products has been transferred to the Americas. In the southern, China, India, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe, the replacement of manufacturing bases has increased the demand for electromagnetic wires in these countries and regions.