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A and B Electronics Co  Profile

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A and B Electronics Co  Company Overview

A&B Electronics Co. was established in Berlin, New Hampshire in 1979. Since that time A&B has become the leading manufacturer of Rapper Coils used in the Air Pollution Control Industry. A&B Electronics capabilities include the winding of Copper or Aluminum wire wrapped around coil forms of various sizes. A&B also builds coils on mandrills, eliminating the need for a coil form.

This company is no longer in business.

A and B Electronics Co  Products

The types of products manufactured by A and B Electronics Co include Rapper Coils, Solenoid Coils, Magnetic Relay Coils, Heating Elements, Special Filters, Torroids (large and small), Wire Wound Resistors, RF & IF Coils, Potcore Transformers, Sub-Assembly Work, Grounding Straps, Hooks & Probes and Custom Networks.

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