Alnico


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trade name for an alloy used to make high-energy permanent magnets

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They are more resistant to demagnetisation than the Alnico materials which make them suitable for use in complex shaped magnets.
This is significant when compared to the 1,000 and 2,000 gauss for standard Alnico and ceramic.
They are permanent-magnet chucks that are controlled by sending electrical signals to a control magnet, which in effect short-circuits the other Alnico magnets embedded in the chuck.
Alnico magnetic assemblies are also available for high-temperature applications up to 800 F.
Our cast and sintered alnico magnets, magnetic assemblies, and transformer laminations are considered the best in the industry.
There are currently four main types of permanent magnets - NdFeB, SmCo, AlNiCo and Ferrite.
AlNiCo construction can handle temperatures up to 450F.
Alnico Magnets Bonded Magnets Ceramic/Hard Components Compounds Cores
com)-- Rare earth magnets are strong permanent magnets made from the alloys of rare earth elements producing magnetic fields stronger than other magnets such as Ferrite, Alnico, etc.
The neodymium alloy never changes its polarity, but the ALNICO changes its polarity in response to electric current in the coils underneath the steel cube.
Grate-type ceramic, Alnico or rare-earth magnets in drawer or wing type include housings of either mild or stainless steel.
Ferrite magnets are relatively cheaper than other permanent magnets such as NdFeB magnets, SmCO and Alnico magnets and hence account for a relatively smaller revenue share in the overall market.
Grate-type ceramic, Alnico or rare-earth magnets in drawer-or wing-type, include housings of either mild or stainless steel.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Brunton Compass-Model International Pocket, 5006LM, long bar ALnico V magnet, 0-360 azimuth scale, 1 degree resolution, 0.