Coil is a term often used to describe a suspension spring or the component that is formed when several turns of wire are wound on a cylindrical form or on a metal core.

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"Coil" is in the UNSPSC Code "30101900"

Ref: 123201/2006-09-19

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Coil (ignition) (Coil (ignition) refers to a transformer in the ...)
Condenser coil (Condenser coil has to do with a network of ...)
Evaporator coil (Evaporator coil pertains to the portion of a ...)
Ignition coil (Ignition coil refers to a :device used to supply ...)
Coil stamp (Coil stamp makes reference to a stamp prepared in ...)

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