Isotropic / Anisotropic Hybrid Bonded Magnets

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  • Isotropic Anisotropic Hybrid Bonded Magnets
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  • Isotropic / Anisotropic Hybrid Bonded Magnets, Injection Bonded Hybrid Magnets, Hybrid Molded Magnets, Injection Bonded Rare Earth and Ferrite Magnets,  Hybrid plastic bonded magnets, polymer bonded magnets

    Isotropic / Anisotropic Hybrid Bonded Magnets are a mix of Rare Earth and Ferrite materials primarily developed to achieve comparatively higher magnetic properties than Injection Bonded Ferrites but at an affordable cost compared to the Injection Bonded Rare Earth Magnets.

    Characteristics

    Isotropic / Anisotropic Hybrid Magnets can cover a very large range of magnetic properties
    Magnetic properties can be tailor made over a very broad spectrum
    Sintered Ferrite Magnets can be replaced in a lot of applications by proper selection of Hybrid magnetic material
    It is a very promising material for the future due to advantages of higher magnetic properties than Ferrite Magnets and lower costs than the Rare Earth Magnets
    Various properties like the Surface Flux Density at various air gaps, the intrinsic Coercive force and temperature coefficient of the magnet material can be adjusted to suit the application
    Various other magnetic and non-magnetic inclusions in the material matrix open the door for endless mix of physical and magnetic characteristics

    BCN – Bonded Compression Neo
    BCNF – Bonded Neo Ferrite Hybrid
    BIF – Bonded Injection Ferrite
    BIN – Bonded Injection Neo
    BIS – Bonded Injection SmCo
    N – Sintered NdFeB
    C – Sintered SrFe2O3 Ferrites
    S – Sintered SmCo5, Sm2Co17
    A – Cast and Sintered AlNiCo
    Hybrid Magnets can be made by Compression Molding (BCNF and BCNU) or by Injection Molding (BINF) with resins such as Nylon 6, Nylon 12 or PPS. The resulting grades have properties that cannot be achieved by typical Ferrite, SmCo or NdFeB bonded molding processes.

    Specifications of Injection Bonded Hybrid Magnets

    MAGNETIC COMPOUNDS FOR HYBRID BONDED MAGNETS

    GRADES

    H2819

    H3019

    H3523

    H3831

    H4135

    H4645

    Property

    Units

    PPS

    PA12

    PA12

    PA12

    PA12

    PA12

    Br 
    Residual Induction

    mT
    (G)

    275 – 295
    (2750 – 2950)

    300 – 320
    (3000 – 3200)

    350 – 370
    (3500 – 3700)

    380 – 400
    (3800 – 4000)

    410 – 430
    (4100 – 4300)

    460 – 480
    (4600 – 4800)

    bHc
    Coercive Force

    kA/m
    (Oe)

    180 – 210
    (2250 -2625)

    160 – 190
    (2000 – 2375)

    160 – 176
    (2000 – 2200 )

    192 – 208
    (2400 – 2600)

    220 – 236
    (2750 – 2950)

    280 – 296
    (3500 – 3700)

    iHc
    Intrinsic Coercivity

    kA/m
    (Oe)

    270 – 300
    (3375 – 3750)

    328 – 352
    (4100 – 4400)

    248 – 272
    (3100 – 3400)

    384 – 408
    (4800 – 5100)

    480 – 504
    (6000 – 6300)

    632 – 656
    (7900 – 8200)

    BHmax
    Max. Energy Product

    kJ/m3
    (MGOe)

    14.4 – 16
    (1.80 – 2.00)

    14 – 15.6
    (1.75 – 1.95)

    17.6 – 19.2
    (2.20 – 2.40)

    24 – 25.6
    (3.00 – 3.20)

    27.2 – 28.8
    (3.40 – 3.60)

    35.2 – 36.8
    (4.40 – 4.60)

    Maximum Operating Temperature

    Deg C

    180

    125

    125

    125

    125

    125

    Type

    Isotropic / Anisotropic

    Anisotropic

    Anisotropic

    Anisotropic

    Anisotropic

    Anisotropic

    Anisotropic