MPCO Industrial Magnets inclued: Sensor Magnets, Motor Magnets, Rotor Magnets, Speaker Magnets, Micro Magnets, Halbach Array Magnets, Laminated Magnets, Instrument Magnets, Speaker Drivers, Control Switch Magnets and so on.

Different applications require different types of industry magnets. Industrial magnets can be broken up into two main categories: non-permanent and permanent. Non-permanent magnets are electromagnets which require an outside electric current to be magnetized or demagnetized. Permanent magnets include ferrite magnets (also known as ceramic magnets), alnico magnets and rare earth magnets.

Ceramic magnets have lower magnetic power and are more brittle and easily breakable than some other magnets, but they are cost-effective and retain magnetism under corrosion and vibration. Rare earth magnets are less cost-effective to manufacture but are far more powerful and retain their magnetism better than ferrite magnets.

Neodymium magnets are the strongest and most commonly used industrial rare earth magnet; sheet magnets are made from a flexible ferrite-plastic composite which is extruded into sheets and used in automotive and consumer industries.

Industrial Magnets

Industrial Magnets

There are many different types of magnetic materials that industrial magnets can be fabricated from. The most important properties magnet manufacturers consider during fabrication are porosity; ease of fabrication; magnetic retention (or magnetic permanence) under heat, corrosion and vibration; magnetic strength; and cost.

Types of permanent magnets are made from different composites and therefore have very different properties and applications. For instance, ferrite and alnico magnets are most often used for physical lifting and separating. Magnetic tools which do this kind of work often contain multiple magnets in specific configurations called magnetic assemblies.

Lifting, holding and separating magnetic assemblies are used in metal fabricating, construction, engineering, automotive, electronic, water treatment and agricultural industries among others. Arc or segment shaped ceramic magnets are often used in motors, and most video speakers use ring ferrite magnets.

Rare earth magnets and magnet assemblies have much stronger magnetic fields than ceramic or alnico magnets and are used in sensitive electric motor, computer hard drive, TV monitor, sensor and medical applications. Electromagnets are used by automotive, medical, metal fabrication and aerospace industries in applications such as solenoid valves, AC and DC motors, biomagnetic separation, beam control, transformers and car crushing.

Services and Quality

MPCO provides in-house cutting and grinding to meet your application requirements. We offer corrosion resistant coatings including nickel, epoxy and aluminum spray coatings. We can give advice on the best method for gluing magnets into the system they will be used in. And MPCO is equipped to fabricate large and small volumes of custom assemblies, working with any and all magnet materials. We can provide engineering assistance to your design, or we can work from your established print. From simple assemblies, to highly technical electronic and electromechanical designs, Adams has the knowledge, expertise and procedures in place to meet even the most stringent of quality standards.

Professional Industrial Magnets Supplier

We stock and supply high performance industrial magnets for World manufacturing industries. We have over 5,000 magnets style can be choosed by customer.

Need a specific magnet for a custom application? Our team of engineers can work with you to design and manufacture the right magnet for your industrial magnet application. EMAIL: SALES@MPCOMAGNETICS.COM