Tile Permanent SmCo Magnet for Induction Motors

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  • Tile Permanent SmCo Magnet for Induction Motors
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    Tile Permanent SmCo Magnet for Induction Motors YXG-28 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

    Samarium–cobalt (SmCo) magnet, a type of rare earth magnet, is a strong permanent magnet made of an alloy of samarium and cobalt. They are generally ranked similarly in strength to neodymium magnets, but have higher temperature ratings. Turbopump Permanent SmCo Magnet

    Induction Motor SmCo Rare Earth Military Tile Magnets

    Induction Motor SmCo Rare Earth Military Tile Magnets

    Composition:Samarium Cobalt Smco Magnet Sm2Co17,SmCo5
    Due to its higher magnetic properties(higher Br,higher Hcj and higher (BH)max,lower temperature coefficient,higher working temperature(250-350°C) and excellent corrosion resistance,SmCo magnet is widely used in electron beam devices,high performance motors,sensors ,Generators motor,Wind power,Wind power and magnetic assemblies.It can not be replaced by other permanent magnets. Matching Magnetic Loaf Sintered Samarium Magnet, CUSTOMIZED Sintered Samarium Segment Magnet

    Asynchronous (Induction)
    In contrast to synchronous motors, induction allows asynchronous to start by supplying power to the stator without providing a supply to the rotor. Induction motors have either a wound or a squirrel-cage design. Some examples of asynchronous induction motors include:

    Capacitor Start Induction Run Motors. This is a single-phase wound motor with a cage rotor and two stator windings, started by a capacitor. Their use includes compressors and pumps in refrigerators and AC systems with frequent starting and stopping. Asynchronous Induction Motor Segment Samarium SmCo Magnet
    Squirrel Cage Induction Motors. A three-phase supply creates a magnetic field in the stator winding in this motor, which includes a squirrel-cage rotor made of highly conductive steel laminations. They are low cost, low maintenance, and high efficiency motors used in centrifugal pumps, industrial drives, large blowers and fans, machine tools, lathes, and other turning equipment.
    Double Squirrel Cage Motors. These motors overcome poor startup torque issues in squirrel cage motors. Their design balances out the reactance to resistance ratio between an outer and inner cage, increasing startup torque while maintaining overall efficiency. Squirrel Cage Induction Motor Sector Tile Samarium Magnets

    Rare Earth Segment Sector Military Magnets

    Rare Earth Segment Sector Military Magnets

    Specific requirements :
    1. The properties of the grade is maintain strictly.
    2. Hk/Hcj should be not less 0,55.
    3. Couple magnetized 50%N(S) and 50%S(N).
    4. The poles must be marked.
    5. The magnetic pole N marked with blue paint.
    6. The magnetic pole S marked with red paint. Note: poles must be magnetic, not geographical.
    7. The thickness of the magnet will be monitored 4,35 – 4,50 mm.
    8. Induction on a convex surface “B out” should be more 170 mT (163 mT old value).
    9. Induction on the concave surface “B int” should be more 60 mT.
    10. Variation in the magnetic flux for whole order must not exceed 15% or that is the same max(F)/min(F) ≤1,15.
    11. The fall of the magnetic flux F2 at + 20 gr. C, after heating to + 200 gr. C during one hour, is not more than 3% or that is the same F2/F1≥0.97.

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