Electrical Engineering Industry

Hard magnetic materials - permanent magnets - components for products in the electrical engineering industry.

Permanent magnets play a key role in electrical engineering. From AlNiCo type magnets to ferrite magnets to high-powered magnets based on rare earths, they are used as components for producing speakers, dynamos, motors, relays, measuring instruments, etc.

Modern electronic applications frequently utilise very powerful permanent magnets made of alloys based on rare earths such as samarium-cobalt (SmCo) and neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB). We guarantee our customers high quality of the delivered magnetic material. For regular customers, we always keep the necessary amount of material in stock and supply them as their production requires.

Magnetic handling can be of use during interoperational transport even in the electrical engineering industry.

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Hard Magnetic Materials for Electrical Engineering Industry

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Permanent ferrite magnets 

The cheapest magnetic material, stainless, for operating temperatures from - 40 °C to + 225 °C.

Permanent neodymium magnets 

The strongest permanent magnets containing rare-earth elements (NdFeB).

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Permanent magnets AlNiCo

Permanent magnets made of an aluminium-nickel-cobalt alloy with high heat resistance for operating temperatures from -270 °C up to +450 °C.