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Ignition Coil Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of ignition coil manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top ignition coil manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find ignition coil companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture ignition coils to your companies specifications. Then contact the ignition coil companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of diamond ignition coils,marine ignition coils, spark coils, or customized ignition coils of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Sag Harbor, NY 800-724-5952

    Sag Harbor Industries offers their customers economic and efficient production methods. To further expand on those efficiencies, clients can utilize the company’s expertise by taking advantage of their abilities to partner with them to help produce the products in a most expeditious manner and in compliance with their ISO certification. For assistance with your ignition coils, call today!

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  • Antigo, WI 800-826-9741

    All of our ignition coils are beyond compare. These units can handle various conditions. We strive to be your worry-free manufacturer of coil equipment. Our systems are designed with you in mind which means you only pay for what you need. Our coils are great for: special voltage requirements, high-reactance, ferro-resonant, toroid, and more. We put a focus on your need no matter what. Please visit us today to learn more information!

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  • Bristol, CT 860-584-0927

    We are an ISO 9001:2015 certified company which is internationally known for manufacturing high quality electromagnetic-coils. It is our goal to provide quality products, a commitment to speedy delivery, and competitive pricing. We understand that every application is unique, so we encourage you to contact us to discuss your specific requirements. Call us at 1-860-584-0927 and find out what our 50+ years of experience can do for you.

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  • Ormond Beach, FL 386-671-7406

    Where others have failed, Standard Technology overcomes the most difficult design challenges for custom electric coils, solenoids, sensors and electromagnets. With years of experience, full engineering consulting services and in-house machine capabilities, we meet clients’ exact needs, from AC/DC coils to coil assemblies. We have produced encapsulated and over-molded coils for many industries.

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  • Binghamton, NY 800-224-4477

    Endicott Coil Company is an expert manufacturer of an impressive range of coils. Created in wire gages of 4 AWG – 50 AWG with insulation capacities up to 220 degrees, our coil assortment consists of molded coils, custom coils, self-supported coils, encapsulated coils, inductors & ferrite core coils. As a leading electric coil manufacturer, ECC’s products are used in a wide range of applications.

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  • Yardville, NJ 609-585-6600

    We are a dedicated manufacturer of electric coils and you will not be upset with the capabilities of our teams. All of our high performance devices are competitively priced and we can design any coil to match your unique requirements. We are a focused supplier for OEM, military, precipitator and air pollution control industries. Please give one of our representatives a call today to learn more information!

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Ignition Coils

Also referred to as a spark coil, an ignition coil is a type of electrical induction coil that is used to transform lower voltages of power to the higher voltages of power required to fire a system's spark plugs. Very similar to an electric transformer, ignition coils have both primary and secondary winding circuits.

Even though they are used in larger, multi-part ignition systems, ignition coils can be considered the most essential component of the system. It would be ineffectual without both the high voltage and ignition energy provided by these specific electric coils. The most common application of ignition coils is in the automotive industry, in which they are used for vehicle ignition systems such as in cars, minivans, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles and more. Another common automotive coil is the choke coil, which is usually a part of an engine. However, ignition coils are also utilized in additional industries such as: industrial manufacturing, for material handling equipment such as forklift trucks and mobile overhead cranes; agriculture, for farming equipment such as tractors, combines and balers; and recreation, for off-road vehicles such as quads, dirt bikes, three-wheelers and golf carts. Ignition coils must not only be manufactured from conductive materials such as copper or silver, but must also be formed from materials offering high-temperature resistance.

The ignition coil functions to fire up the spark plugs by means transforming the current flow from the vehicle's battery (typically a twelve volt or a six volt) into the many thousand of volts (between twenty and thirty thousand volts) required by the spark plugs. An ignition coil is similar to other types of electric coils in that it consists of a core and two wound wires, a primary and a secondary. The primary coil is commonly manufactured from a very heavy gage of copper that is insulated in protective materials that disable the current flow from jumping from one loop to another and consequently shorting out the system. The primary coil generally contains about one hundred to one hundred and fifty turns, or coils of wire. The secondary coil, on the other hand, is typically manufactured from a very fine gage of copper, which must also be insulated to protect against shorting the system. The secondary coil contains many more turns than the primary coil, generally ranging from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand. The secondary coil is fitted inside the turns of the primary coil and both coils are wrapped around the core. Typically cylindrically-shaped, the core of an ignition coil is manufactured from soft iron that is filled with oil that serves as a coolant enabling the core to withstand the extreme temperatures reached by the current flow.

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