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Founded in 1926, Everson Tesla today provides coils, motors, magnets, superconducting magnets, and superconducting systems to a variety of markets with ever-changing needs. For over seventy years, Everson Tesla's commitment to applying the most innovative technology and problem-solving capabilities have kept our customers at the forefront of the industry. Read about key advances throughout the history of Everson Tesla:

  1. 1920's - 1960's

    The First 40 Years

    • 1920s - Everson Electric founded by Walter Everson
    • 1930s - Everson Electric becomes a wholesale supplier of electrical apparatus
    • 1940s - Everson Electric manufactures electro-mechanical components during World War II for the navy and begins repairs of motors for mass transit authorities
    • 1950s - Manufacture of stator coils for the power industry
    • 1960s - Manufacture of dipole magnets used in splitting the atom
  2. 1970's

    Navy & Nuclear Submarines; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    • Water booster pump stator coils for Navy & nuclear submarines
    • Manufacture of some of the first coils used for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
    • Development of new insulating taping, laminate, and resin systems to provide more reliable DC traction motors
  3. 1980's

    Advancements in Cancer Treatment and Large Scale Motor Production

    • Manufacture of magnets for Proton Beam Therapy, used at Loma Linda University Medical Center to eradicate cancerous tumors with a proton beam
    • First large-scale production of AC and DC traction motors
    • Manufacture of experimental, water-cooled generator stator windings for utility use
  4. 1990's

    Advancements in Mass Transit, Superconducting Magnets, and Nuclear Research

    • Manufacture and design of superconducting magnets and systems
    • AC and DC motor production for SEPTA, MARTA, New Jersey Transit, Washington Metro, LA Metro, Baltimore and others
    • Manufacture of large-scale production of superconducting magnets for Brookhaven's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider
    • Development of poloidal superconducting cable-in-conduit coil for the Tokamak Physics Experiment and the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) for fusion research
    • Construction of a 64'0" diameter coil using cable-in-conduit technology for the Gamma Electron Muon Detector
    • Manufacture of magnets for the semiconductor processing/plasma handling equipment
    • Manufacture of the 60 Tesla High Phase Magnet for Los Alamos Laboratory and Florida State
    • Design and development of superconducting magnet systems and cryo-free superconducting magnet systems for commercial and laboratory use
  5. 2000's

    Everson Tesla at the Turn of the Millenium

    • In 2003, Everson Tesla Incorporated is formed as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tesla Engineering, LTD, UK
    • Present Manufacture of AC traction motors for Phoenix, Seattle, LA Metro, SEPTA, and Denver Light Rail Systems.
    • Manufacture of key components for the US Navy's EMALS and AAG programs
    • Collaborated with several National Labs for the design and manufacture of Dipole and Quadrapole Corrector magnet systems
    • Partnered with several key OEM's to design and manufacture superconducting and restive magnetic systems for use in MRI and Proton Beam Therapy devices as well as semi-conductor processing
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