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  • Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials

Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials

Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials In this issue, we will talk about the method of using a desktop scanning electron microscope to observe the sample preparation method of magnetic materials. Generally, demagnetization is required before analysis. The main reasons are as follows: 1. Generally, the lens and scanning coil of a desktop [...]

  • Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated

Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated

Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated Physicists have found that some magnetic materials freeze when the temperature rises above a certain level. Usually, freezing occurs only when an object is cooled, not when it is heated. So this leaves physicists scratching their heads and bewildering. Heating but freezing? Alexander Khajetoorians, a physicist [...]

  • Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials

Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials

Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials In zinc-manganese ferrite cores, zinc oxide is the main raw material. In the production of medium and high-grade ferromagnetic materials, the high-end zinc oxide of the zinc oxide varistor grade produced by the indirect method must be used. The development of permanent magnet materials has promoted the scientific [...]

  • Magnetic Properties of Materials Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation According to Ampere’s law, when current flows through a wire or solenoid then magnetic field is produced around it. The magnetism produced by an atom can be due to 2 types of motion of electrons; spin and orbital motion. The net magnetic field created by the electrons in an [...]

  • Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications

Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications

Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications Magnetic components have been used in several power electronic devices for decades. They are used in a wide range of applications. In order to implement the designed magnetic components, it is essential to have a good understanding of magnetic materials and associated technology. In the previous article, we learned about [...]

  • The Science Behind Magnets electromagnet

What Makes a Magnet Stick? The Science Behind Magnets

What Makes a Magnet Stick? The Science Behind Magnets Magnets are a little magical, but mostly they obey the rules of physics. How can you trust the power of your magnets? Learn the science! The fascination with magnets starts early in life, with children performing tiny experiments to see what they can do with the [...]

  • PLM Series Manually Switchable Lifting Magnet

PLM Series Manually Switchable Lifting Magnet

The PLM Series manually switchable lifting magnet is a very good solution for moving all ferromagnetic materials. ADVANTAGES Smooth two-hand operation via hand lever and safety locking Max. operation temperature 80°C Absolutely safe lifting, as the recommended lifting force is secured 3 times (the pull-off strength is 3 times the recommended lifting force) Use of [...]

  • CHARACTERISATION Magnetic Materials Measurements

Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements

Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements FULL CHARACTERISATIONS OF Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements - Full characterisation of a vast range of hard and soft magnetic materials, from room temperature to high temperature. In soft ferromagnetic material, we can observe all the magnetic properties even on finished samples, such as rotating machine stators or [...]

  • Hard Magnetic Materials

Hard Magnetic Materials

Hard Magnetic Materials Magnetic materials can produce magnetic fields, which generate forces attracting or repelling ferromagnetic materials and other magnets. Magnetic material can be divided into soft and hard magnets. Soft magnets are those materials easy to magnetize and demagnetize, while hard magnets are difficult to do so and retain strong magnetism after the removal [...]

Plastic and Glass Manufacturing Industry Magnetic Applications

Plastic and Glass Manufacturing Industry - Magnetic Applications In order to give product a good quality base, it is must that all the impurities should be removed from the basic raw materials. Various types of raw materials are used for making glass and plastics. These raw materials are first cleaned by subjecting them to various [...]

By |November 7th, 2018|Magnet Applications, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic News, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Separator, Magnetic Technology, Plastic and Glass, Rare Earth Magnets, Separate Magnets, Separation Magnets|Comments Off on Plastic and Glass Manufacturing Industry Magnetic Applications
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What is a hysteresis coupling?

What is a hysteresis coupling? Hysteresis refers to a specific magnetic phenomenon. Certain magnetic materials, called ferromagnetic materials, have a tendency to remain magnetized to some degree even after the magnetic field they are subjected to is removed. This “memory of magnetic history” is referred to as hysteresis. This also means a magnetic field in [...]

By |August 3rd, 2018|Magnetic Assemblies, Magnetic Coupling|Comments Off on What is a hysteresis coupling?
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