Sintered SmCo Magnet Ring for Engine Motor

/Sintered SmCo Magnet Ring for Engine Motor
  • Sintered SmCo Magnet Ring for Engine Motor
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    Sintered SmCo Magnet Ring for Engine Motor YXG-32H Item No. MPCO-SMOS  series
    Customzied Specific Requirements
    OEM or ODM service: Accept
    Dimension: Customized size
    Custom Grade: SmCo5,  Sm2Co17
    Magnetization direction: Thickness, Length, Axially, Diametre, Radially, Multipolar
    Surface Treatment: UNCOATED, Silver, Gold, Zinc, Ni-cu-Ni. Epoxy etc.
    Tolerance: +/-0.02 – 0.05mm

    SmCo Magnet Ring General Description
    1, We are high-tech enterprise based on the perfect combination of capital and technology, the main products cover Smco5 and Sm2Co17 magnet, samarium cobalt powder and various assemblies, etc.
    2, Our smco magnets are: High(BH)max, high Br and high Hc with high operating temperature, low temperature coeficient, counter-demagnetization, decay resistance, which applied in the high tech fields of communication, automobiles, computers, medical treatment, electric machinery, military project, and aerospace.
    SMCo magnet has high property with low temperature coefficient. Its operation temperature can reach 350° C. And it’s no need to be plated because of its high anti-erosion and anti-oxidization. Applications: SMCo magnet is widely used in motors, instrument, transducers, positional detector, generators, radar and other hi-tech industry…

    Strong Samarium Cobalt Magnets Ring for Engine Motors

    Strong Samarium Cobalt Magnets Ring for Engine Motors

    Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets
    Extremely strong rare earth magnets, Samarium Cobalt magnets (SmCo) are composed of samarium, cobalt and iron. Not sure if samarium cobalt is the best material for your application? Review our permanent magnetic materials comparison for more information. High Performance SmCo Permanent Magnet Ring, High Anti-erosion and Anti-oxidization Ring-shape SmCo Magnets for Radar, Ring Shape Micro SmCo Permanent Magnets for Optical Isolator

    Applications of Samarium Cobalt Magnets
    Computer disc drives
    Traveling wave tubes
    Linear actuators
    Satellite systems
    Motors where temporary stability is vita
    Positional detector

    Attributes of Samarium Cobalt Material
    High resistance to demagnetization
    High energy (magnetic strength is strong for its size)
    Good temperature stability
    Expensive material (cobalt is market price sensitive)
    Excellent corrosion resistance

    Induction motors are the most widely used AC motors. The field winding is generally wound into slots spaced around the iron stator to form magnetic poles. A revolving electric field is set up in the stator windings and induces currents in the rotor windings. The interaction between these two fields produces the torque to turn the motor. The motor’s speed varies depending on the load.

    rare earth Cobalt magnetic rings for Synchronous motors

    rare earth Cobalt magnetic rings for Synchronous motors

    Synchronous motors operate at a fixed speed regardless of the load. Single-phase hysteresis motors are used in small constant-speed devices, such as electric clocks and phonographs. The stator windings match those of the induction motor. The field source is provided either by direct current or by a permanent magnetic material.

    DC motors provide torque and speed control at a lower cost than AC units and are mechanically more complex. The pole field winding on the stator is composed of magnetic poles, each with many turns carrying a small current. The armature winding is placed on the rotor with the ends of each coil connected to opposite bars. As the rotor turns, the specific coil carrying the current changes, but its relative location to the stationary field remains fixed.

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