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  • How Magnetic Paint is Revolutionizing Interior Design

How Magnetic Paint is Revolutionizing Interior Design

How Magnetic Paint is Revolutionizing Interior Design What is Magnetic Paint? Magnetic paint, also known as magnetic primer or magnetic receptive paint, is a type of paint that contains ferrous particles or other magnetic materials, allowing it to attract magnets. When applied to a surface, such as a wall or furniture, magnetic paint turns that [...]

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  • How To Transport Magnets By Air

How To Transport Magnets By Air

How To Transport Magnets By Air Air transportation has certain particularities. In order to ensure safety, both people and cargo need to undergo security inspections before boarding. If you carry magnetic materials, such as neodymium iron boron strong magnets, when taking a flight, or the customer is in a hurry and wants the goods to [...]

  • Exploring Versatility Of Rubber Magnet

Exploring Versatility Of Rubber Magnet

Exploring Versatility Of Rubber Magnet Rubber magnets, also known as flexible magnets or bendable magnets, have opened up a world of new possibilities for magnet applications and uses. Made of bonded ferrite powder or neodymium magnetic particles mixed with rubber or a flexible polymer, these pliable magnets can be manipulated into endless shapes and configurations. [...]

  • Introduce Exploration of Rubber Magnets

Introduce Exploration of Rubber Magnets

Introduce Exploration of Rubber Magnets Rubber magnets, also known as flexible magnets, are a type of magnetic material made from a mixture of ferrite powder and rubber (usually a polymer such as polyvinyl chloride or polyurethane). They are characterized by their flexibility, which allows them to be easily bent, twisted, and cut into various shapes [...]

  • Spreading magnets

Spreading magnets

Spreading magnets or Metal plate spreaders facilitate a safe and efficient removal of the steel plates from a pile. The magnetic flux of the spreader, generated by anisotropic ferrite magnets, penetrates individual plates causing that they are pushed away from each other. The gaps created between the plates allow removing them in an convenient way. [...]

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  • magnetic fields

What are magnetic fields?

What are magnetic fields? Simply speaking a magnetic field is the region around a magnet. Magnets are made out of mineral called magnetide (or lodestone) which has the property of attracting iron. Scientists use magnetic field lines to represent these magnetic fields. The magnetic field lines of a simple magnet are shown in the picture [...]

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  • IPM vs SPM Electric Motors

IPM vs SPM Electric Motors

IPM vs SPM Electric Motors A PM motor can be separated into two main categories: surface permanent magnet motors (SPM) and interior permanent magnet motors (IPM) . Neither motor design type contains rotor bars. Both types generate magnetic flux by the permanent magnets affixed to or inside of the rotor. SPM motors have the magnets [...]

  • Difference Between Inline and Surface Mount NdFeB Magnets in PM Motors

Difference Between Inline and Surface Mount NdFeB Magnets in PM Motors

Difference Between Inline and Surface Mount NdFeB Magnets in PM Motors What is the difference between inline and surface mount design of NdFeB magnets for permanent magnet motors? A permanent magnet (PM) motor is a type of AC motor that uses permanent magnets embedded or attached to the surface of the motor rotor. Electric vehicles [...]

  • Effects of Magnetic Parameters on Permanent Magnet PM Motors

Effects of Magnetic Parameters on Permanent Magnet PM Motors

Effects of Magnetic Parameters on Permanent Magnet PM Motors How to measure the magnetic properties of magnet? Almost all magnet manufacturers use B-H curve testing equipment to get the demagnetization curve of magnet. This method is a closed circuit measurement, and an uniform cross-section sample is clamped between the faces of electromagnet. The testing sample [...]

  • Permanent Magnet Motor Operation Tips

Permanent Magnet Motor Operation Tips

Permanent Magnet Motor Operation Tips Key technical points for maintaining normal operation of permanent magnet motors Once the permanent magnet motor is demagnetized, basically the only option is to replace the motor; the cost of repair and a large amount of how to determine the permanent magnet motor demagnetized it, we go on to see. [...]

  • The “Center” of Permanent Magnet Motors

The “Center” of Permanent Magnet Motors

The “Center” of Permanent Magnet Motors – Permanent Magnets The development of permanent magnet motors is closely related to the development of permanent magnet materials. China is the first country in the world to discover the magnetic properties of permanent magnetic materials and apply them to practice. More than 2000 years ago, China made a [...]

  • Alignment Technique for Anisotropic Injection Magnets

Alignment Technique for Anisotropic Injection Magnets

Alignment Technique for Anisotropic Injection Magnets Overview: The Alignment Technique for Anisotropic Injection Magnets refers to a specific method used in the manufacturing process of anisotropic injection-molded magnets to achieve the desired magnetic alignment or orientation within the final magnet product. Anisotropic injection magnets are a type of permanent magnet known for having a preferred [...]

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