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  • Magnetic Separator and Permanent Magnet

Magnetic Separator and Permanent Magnet

Magnetic Separator and Permanent Magnet The magnetic separator uses the magnetic difference between minerals for sorting, plays the role of improving the grade of ore, purifying solid-liquid materials, and recycling waste. It is the most widely used and highly versatile machine in the industry. One. Magnetic separators are widely used in mining, wood, kiln, chemical, [...]

  • plastic injection molded permanent magnet for electronic expansion valve

Permanent Magnet for Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV)

Permanent Magnet for Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV) electronic expansion valves are designed for use in air conditioning and refrigeration systems or in heat pumps. The valve controls the automatic adjustment of refrigerant flow rate and makes the system work under optimized conditions for the purpose of fast cooling or heating, precise temperature control and energy [...]

  • THE PURPOSE OF A PERMANENT LOAD LIFTING MAGNET

THE PURPOSE OF A PERMANENT LOAD LIFTING MAGNET

THE PURPOSE OF A PERMANENT LOAD LIFTING MAGNET With the help of a permanent load lifting magnet one can lift, move, place and transport ferromagnetic objects, as well as round or flat material. The pieces can be flat or cylindrical. The transport of round parts can also be carried out by means of a V-shaped [...]

  • Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets NdFeB Magnets made of MPCO NEODYM Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets for Highest Energy Density Requirements Permanent Magnets made of NEODYM with various coatings Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets made of MPCO have the highest energy density available today. NEODYM alloys are anisotropic material grades. Our NEODYM Alloys made of Neodymium-Iron-Boron Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent [...]

  • Magnet Materials

Magnet Materials

Permanent Magnet Materials Permanent magnet lodestones contain magnetite, a hard, crystalline iron ferrite mineral that derives its magnetism from the effect the earth's magnetic field has on it. Various steel alloys can also be magnetized. The first big step in developing more effective permanent magnet materials came in the 1930s with the development of Alnico [...]

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