Coil can be replaced by Inductor for a bridge rectifier?

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yugant

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I have a copper coil (1000 turns) which is connected to a bridge rectifier (W10G-E4/51). I need 100 of these for my project. I have attached images for the prototype model that I received. but for 100 of these the labor charges are high for mounting the rectifier on the coil as shown. My question is - can I replace coil by an inductor or get a different rectifier?. Please suggest any different ideas.