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The History

Toroid Corporation (TCM) is a privately held corporation, founded in 1982. Gunnar Ennerfelt, its president and owner, holds an MSEE degree from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Prior to immigrating from Sweden in 1982, Gunnar Ennerfelt had founded Toroid Transformator AB (TTAB) in Vaxjo, Sweden in 1978, preceded by five years as the president of Transductor AB, a company that pioneered the development of labor saving manufacturing methods of power toroids in the late sixties. In 2006, Gunnar retired from daily operations at Toroid Corporation and was succeeded by his daughter, Katarina Ennerfelt.

Company Highlights

1983 First production run shipped out in early January.

 

1985

 

 

To better serve its customer base, software programs were developed to calculate transformer data based on customers' DC data after rectification. With these programs, the first prototype is guaranteed to meet the customer's specifications.

1987

 

 Toroidal DC filter chokes for 60Hz were introduced to offer a better solution to using large filter capacitors for applications with high voltage requirements.

 

1988

 

A satellite plant was opened in Salisbury, MD adding 6,000 sq.ft. to the existing 10,000 sq.ft. in Bowie, MD. All long runs were made at the new plant.

 

1990

 

In December, the manufacturing operation in Bowie, MD was transferred to Salisbury, MD.

 

1991

 

In April, the Bowie plant was closed and the sales and administration were relocated to the Salisbury plant.

 

1992

 

Several new standard design product lines were introduced, including Isolation transformers for commercial and medical equipment, expansion of the line of Rectifier Transformers for 115/230V, 50-60Hz operation. A family CSA certification was obtained

 

1993

 

 

The ground breaking ceremony of a new 20,000 sq.ft. plant was held in July. The actual move took place in December. The line of medical grade standard isolation transformers was expanded to include 100VA to 5000VA. Additional mounting hardware options were introduced.

 

1996

 

In April, a new line of standard design aluminum encased hospital grade isolation transformers was introduced.

 

1998

 

New international isolation transformers with CE marking and IEC320 outlets were introduced.

 

2002

 

M-Series international isolation transformers with CE marking and 100V input were introduced.

 

2005

 

New line of over 5,000 different Control Panel transformers were introduced.

Formed a partnership with a facility in China.

 

2006

 

Katarina Ennerfelt takes over as CEO/President after Gunnar Ennerfelt retires from daily operations.

 

2013

 

 

Toroid Corporation celebrated its 30th anniversary of manufacturing transformers in the United States.

 

 

2014 Officially changed name from Toroid Corporation of Maryland to Toroid Corporation.