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  • Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet

Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet

Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet The major difference between an permanent magnet and electromagnet is that the former can have a magnetic field when electric current flows through it and disappears when the flow of the current stops. On the other hand, a permanent magnets are made up of magnetic material that is [...]

By |July 29th, 2020|Electromagnetic, Electromagnets, Learning Resources, Magnet News, Magnet Properties, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Principle, Magnetic Science, Permanent Magnet|Comments Off on Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet
  • The difference between electromagnet and permanent magnet

The difference between electromagnet and permanent magnet

The difference between electromagnet and permanent magnet Electromagnets (solenoids) is a kind of electromagnetic equipment, which transforms electric energy into magnetic energy, and then transforms magnetic energy into kinetic energy (electric energy → magnetic energy → kinetic energy). First of all, the core is wound with a conductive winding matching its power. Such a coil [...]

  • Magnets R&D

Magnets R&D

Magnets R&D is our expertise. MPCO’s engineering operates as part of our customers R&D team, simple as that. Our experience, knowledge and know how is our greatest added value to our customers. When designing an application that uses magnets or electromagnets – we can help your company. Magnets R&D Magnetic design and magnetic [...]

  • Magnetic Lifters

Magnetic Lifters

Magnetic Lifters Magnetic Lifting Systems - Our offered variety of superior quality Magnetic Lifters is widely appreciated for its robust construction, high performance efficiency, flawless appearance, seamless finishing as well as corrosion resistance and reliability. Apart from this, the said product is best suitable for holding diverse types of objects such as billets, steel ingots, [...]

  • Magnetic Clamping Devices

Magnetic Clamping Devices

Magnetic Clamping Devices Magnetic clamping devices such as magnetic chucks, rotary chucks and blocks are used in all sectors of metalworking. When grinding, milling, eroding and in metrology, magnetic clamping devices have proven daily by high precision, distortion-free clamping and durability. In the following overview you will find a wide range of magnetic clamping devices [...]

  • Magnet systems and safety

Magnet Systems and Safety

Magnet Systems and Safety Permanent magnets and electromagnets are both switchable, but there is an important difference: permanent magnets are compact and always function – they retain their magnetic force; electromagnets switch quickly and without wear, and can also lift heavy loads, yet there is a risk of the load falling if the power is [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Magnet Background of permanent magnets

Magnet Background

Magnet Background A magnet is a material that can exert a noticeable force on other materials without actually contacting them. This force is known as a magnetic force and may either attract or repel. While all known materials exert some sort of magnetic force, it is so small in most materials that it is not [...]

  • Electromagnets Solenoids

Electromagnets Solenoids

Electromagnets & Solenoids Electromagnets are a non-permanent magnets that produced magnetic field. The magnetic field is created by a flow of an electric current through the coil. The magnetic field disappears when the current ceases (or in the case electromagnets of a permanent electromagnet, the magnetic field is present until a current is applied). As [...]

  • Causes and avoidance of rust spots on NdFeB magnets

Causes and avoidance of rust spots on NdFeB magnets

Causes and avoidance of rust spots on NdFeB magnets After a period of time, the neodymium iron boron strong magnet will appear white or other color spots on the surface, and it will become rust spots when it develops slowly. Under normal circumstances, the plating of the electromagnet is not easy to appear rust spots, [...]

By |June 17th, 2019|Electromagnets, Magnet Coating, Magnet News, Magnet Safety, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets|Comments Off on Causes and avoidance of rust spots on NdFeB magnets
  • Door Holding Magnet

Door Holding Magnet

Door Holding Magnet Door holding magnets are used as locking devices for fire barriers to keep them in open state. Controlled by a smoke switch they release the door by disconnecting the power supply in case of fire hazard. Door holding magnets of the MPCO are primarily used as locking devices of fire barriers (fire [...]

  • Round & Rectangular Electro Holding Magnet

Round & Rectangular Electro Holding Magnet

Round & Rectangular Electro Holding Magnet of the MPCO Line include all electromagnetic holding systems which are circular, flat or rectangular. Electro holding magnets are pot magnets and consist of a magnet housing and a DC-excited coil. The magnetic circuit which is open in switched-on state allows for holding ferromagnetic workpieces. The magnets consist of [...]

By |December 27th, 2018|Electromagnetic, Electromagnets, Holding Magnets, Magnetic Assemblies, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Technology|Comments Off on Round & Rectangular Electro Holding Magnet