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  • Cylindrical Permanent Magnetic Assemblies

Cylindrical Permanent Magnetic Assemblies

Cylindrical Permanent Magnetic Assemblies MPCO offers a wide variety of cylindrical permanent magnetic assemblies. Our assemblies come in alnico, ceramic, magnets with thru-holes, magnets with bolts and loops, and retaining magnets. Alnico magnets are ideal for high heat applications and Ceramic magnet assemblies are the most economical typically. Alnico refers to a type of iron [...]

  • Alnico Magnets Guide

Alnico Magnets Guide

Alnico Magnets Guide Alnico Magnets Info General Information Cast Alnico 5 is the most commonly used of all the cast Alnicos. This material is used extensively in rotating machinery, meters, instruments, sensing devices, and holding applications, to name a few. Excellent temperature stability, high residual induction, and relatively high energies characterize Alnico materials, composed primarily [...]

  • Grade of AlNiCo Magnet

Grade of AlNiCo Magnet

Grade of AlNiCo Magnet Grade MMPA Remanence Coercive Force Max. Energy Curie temperature Max Working Temp. Temperature Coefficient of Br Temperature Coefficient of Hcj abbr Br Hcb (BH) max Tc Tw. T.C.α(Br) T.C.α(Hcj) unit mT / Gs kA/m / Oe kJ/m3 / MGOe ℃ ℃ %/℃ %/℃ LNG10 ALNICO3 600/6000 44/550 10/1.25 750 550 -0.02 -0.03~-0.07 [...]

  • How Are Alnico Magnets Made

How Are Alnico Magnets Made?

How Are Alnico Magnets Made? Alnico magnet was successfully developed in the 1930s. It is composed of aluminum, nickel, cobalt, iron, and other trace metal elements. Thanks to their high coercivity and high Curie temperature, Alnico magnets are widely used in many industrial and consumer products, such as motors, electric guitar pickups, microphones, sensors, speakers, [...]

  • Sintered Magnet Market

Sintered Magnet Market Estimated to Experience a Hike in Growth by 2026

Sintered Magnet Market Estimated to Experience a Hike in Growth by 2026 Sintered magnets refer to permanent magnets manufactured through a metallurgical process called sintering which involves heating and compacting (finely pulverized) magnetic powder into the desired shape and size. Liquid phase sintering is the preferred process for manufacturing permanent sintered magnets. Post sintering, these [...]

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