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  • Soft Ferrite Cores

Soft Ferrite Cores

Soft Ferrite Cores Chemistry of Soft ferrites: Our wide ranges of soft ferrite cores are made from Manganese Zinc Ferrite (MnZnFe12O9).Chemistry of various soft ferrite grades are closely controlled by using X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (XRF). Process of Ferrite magnet manufacturing: Ferrite manufacturing is based on Ceramic Powder Technology. High quality Iron oxide, Manganese oxide and [...]

  • Soft Ferrites

Soft Ferrites

Soft Ferrites Ferrites are polycrystalline oxides manufactured by ceramic technology and belong to a class of materials that exhibit the technically useful property of ferromagnetism. In a ferromagnetic material, magnetism occurs under the influence of an externally applied field. On removals of this field, material returns to its non-magnetic state. This behaviour is termed as [...]

  • Ferrite Blocks Ferrite Plates Ferrite Tiles

Ferrite Blocks / Ferrite Plates / Ferrite Tiles

Ferrite Blocks / Ferrite Plates / Ferrite Tiles MPCO´s ferrite blocks and plates are suitable for a wide range of applications, for example induction heating, as components for antennas or for magnetical shielding. Thanks to their particular flat surface they are ideally suited for building ferrite assemblies like transformers in the kilowatt range. In version [...]

  • Special Ferrites Custom-Build Ferrite Shapes

Special Ferrites / Custom-Build Ferrite Shapes

New shapes / Special ferrites / Custom-build ferrite shapes But we don't just specialise in inserting air gaps or reshaping standard cores; we also machine completely new core shapes, or existing shapes but to new dimensions. We can manufacture these entirely to our customers' requirements - in small quantities or in millions. Above all, our [...]

  • Customized Ferrite Machining

Customized Ferrite Machining

Customized Ferrite Machining Are you looking for a matching air gap or AL-value for your Ferrite or toroidal core or a customized special ferrite core? We are machining ferrite cores according to your requirements or design and manufacture totally new shapes and sizes. Customized Ferrites / Air gaps / Special Ferrites / Ferrite machining / [...]

  • Ferrite Cores with Distributed Air Gaps

Ferrite Cores with Distributed Air Gaps

Ferrite cores with distributed air gaps Lower losses due to distributed air gaps in ferrite cores In order to achieve lower losses in ferrite cores, individual air gaps are usually inserted into the cores. This leads to a delay in core saturation. However, large air gaps increase the magnetic stray fields and thus cause additional [...]

  • Large Volume Ferrite Cores

Large Volume Ferrite Cores

Large Volume Ferrite Cores Large ferrite cores for applications in power electronic. for example: E cores up to E480, U-cores up to U320, PM-cores up to PM178, torodial cores up to T154 Large-volume Ferrite cores for high power Large Ferrite cores are used in many fields of power electronics such as solar technology (e. g. [...]

  • How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet

How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet

How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet Electromagnets work just as well as permanent magnets. In fact, they are even more useful, because you can turn them on and off. You'll find electromagnets in hard drives, speakers and even in sophisticated equipment like MRI machines. You obviously need a stronger electromagnet for a particle [...]

  • The Most Common Materials For Magnetic Cores

What Are The Most Common Materials For Magnetic Cores?

What Are The Most Common Materials For Magnetic Cores? As we know, the inductor core materials there are many the main iron core, silicon steel sheet core, FeSiAlF core, Mn Zn ferrite core, Ni Zn ferrite magnetic core core. Among them, Mn Zn ferrite core, Ni Zn ferrite magnetic core are ferrite cores. Do you [...]

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  • Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core

Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core

Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core Ferrite core is mainly composed of iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), and zinc (Zn) three metal elements, commonly known as manganese-zinc ferrite. Because the annular ferrite core has no air gap and the cross section area is uniform, the magnetic effect is very high. Ferrite rings have a wide range of [...]

  • Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core

Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core

Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core Permalloy Powder Core Iron-Silicon-Aluminium Powder Core Magnetic powder core is a kind of soft magnetic material made by mixing and pressing ferromagnetic powder and insulating medium. Ferromagnetic particles are very small (0.5-5 micron used at high frequencies) and are separated by non-magnetic insulating film materials. Therefore, on [...]

  • Magnetic Core Memory

Magnetic Core Memory

Magnetic Core Memory Ever thought of the origin of the phrase "Core Dump"? Even today, programmers know that it means a dump (to disk or hard copy) of the contents of part of memory. And no, the phrase does not mean that it's a "central" part of memory; it means Cores, literally. Like these. The [...]

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