In 2006, CTM Magnetics produced the world’s first liquid cooled inductor. Since then, we have continued to improve upon this technology, redefining the limits of heat transfer in power electronics. Our RLL Reactors represent a culmination of nearly a decade of research and development in liquid cooled technology. Our RLL Liquid Cooled Line Reactors are now cheaper than their air cooled counterparts. As a result, CTM is now the market leader in liquid cooled line input reactors.
RLL Liquid Cooled Line Reactors prevent nuisance tripping and protect sensitive equipment from grid distortion. By leveraging superior heat removal technology, CTM was able to engineer a low cost, yet highly reliable product line. Some of the largest companies in the world rely on CTM technology, with more than 200,000 installed units in some of the harshest environments on the planet. CTM is the leading choice because of our proven track record and years of experience.
For unique applications, CTM provides semi and fully custom solutions. The CTM engineering team will work with you to design a product that meets even the most challenging application requirements. Due to our design software, CTM is able to produce custom designs in as little as two business days. If you have any questions or need help finding a product give us a call today or submit a form through our contact us page.
CTM is the leading choice in power quality products because of our unparalleled capabilities. With the highest filtering capabilities, smallest package size, lowest noise, highest power density, no common mode noise, and competitive prices, CTM Magnetics is the best choice to meet all of your power quality needs. Contact CTM today.
Liquid Cooled Line Reactor Applications
- Prevent Nuisance Tripping and eliminate expensive downtime
- Protect Drive Electronics by absorbing voltage spikes
- Reduce Harmonic Distortion and protect sensitive electronics
- Highest Power Density
- Lowest Audible Noise with magnetostriction-free design and fully enclosed magnetics
- Thermal Isolation from nearby electronics