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  • Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Due to Cold Temperatures Exposure

Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Due to Cold Temperatures Exposure

Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Due to Cold Temperatures Exposure Loss of magnetization due to cold temperatures exposure is a phenomenon that occurs in various types of materials, particularly in magnetic materials. This phenomenon is commonly known as the “superparamagnetic effect” or “temperature-dependent magnetization.” It results from the thermal agitation of the atomic spins in [...]

  • Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Caused by Heat Exposure

Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Caused by Heat Exposure

Loss of Permanent Magnet Magnetization Caused by Heat Exposure Loss of Magnetization Caused by Heat Exposure - Exposing a magnet to high temperatures can decrease its strength or permanently damage its structure. Usually this happens at very high temperatures, but for certain neodymium magnets this can happen as low as 60°C. Magnets are characterized by [...]

  • Customised Magnets for The Automotive Industry

Customised Magnets for The Automotive Industry

Customised Magnets for The Automotive Industry Automotive challenges The automotive industry operates according to the Just-In-Time (JIT) principle. One of the prerequisites for successful JIT production is a reliable supply chain of suppliers that meet the defined quality requirements. It is important that they can respond to changes in prices, specifications and forecasts. This keeps [...]

  • How are Magnets Used in the Automotive Industry

How are Magnets Used in the Automotive Industry?

How are Magnets Used in the Automotive Industry? Vehicles need to be safer and more efficient than ever. Magnets are used in the automotive industry to achieve these goals and ensure a smoother car experience for us all. Find out more about how exactly they’re used and why they’re important not only for vehicle safety [...]

  • Where are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Useful

Where are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Useful?

Where are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Useful? All the information you need to be an informed buyer of Samarium Cobalt Magnets right here, for free! Samarium Cobalt Magnets are among the second most common rare earth magnets. They can be used in temperatures on both the hottest and coldest end of the spectrum (although some swings [...]

  • The Complete Guide of Neodymium Magnets

The Complete Guide of Neodymium Magnets

The Complete Guide of Neodymium Magnets NEODYMIUM MAGNETS: THE STRONGEST COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE MAGNETS Neodymium Magnets are really Strong Magnets made by an alloy of neodymium, iron and boron (NdFeB). Neodymium is a rare-earth element (REE), also called rare-earth metal or (in context) rare-earth oxide. Even at their smallest size Neodymium Magnets have a Really High [...]

  • NEODYMIUM VS FERRITE MAGNETS Complete Comparison

NEODYMIUM VS FERRITE MAGNETS Complete Comparison

NEODYMIUM VS FERRITE MAGNETS Complete Comparison NEODYMIUM OR FERRITE MAGNETS, WHICH ONES ARE THE BEST? If you are looking to buy some Magnets Online, you quickly find out that they are available in many different materials and alloys. The most common are Neodymium and Ferrite, but you can find AlNiCo Magnets, SmCo Magnets and Neodymium [...]

  • FERRITE MAGNETS CHEAP AND RESISTANT MAGNETS

FERRITE MAGNETS: CHEAP AND RESISTANT MAGNETS

The Complete Guide of FERRITE MAGNETS: CHEAP AND RESISTANT MAGNETS Ferrite Magnets are the cheapest option among commercially available magnets. They are very resistant to high temperatures and corrosion. Even a standard Ferrite Magnet can operate and do not demagnetize at a temperature of up to 250°C. They can be used in humid environments or [...]

  • Switching From Ferrite Magnets to Rare Earth Magnets

Switching From Ferrite Magnets to Rare Earth Magnets

Switching From Ferrite Magnets to Rare Earth Magnets Switching from traditional ferrite magnets to rare earth magnets is no small thing. Magnets are measured by their BHmax score. The higher the number the stronger the magnet. Most traditional ferrite magnets will have a BHmax of no higher than 3.5. A rare earth magnet can have [...]

  • 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 [...]

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