In common asynchronous motors, the rotor current is induced by the electromagnetic field generated by the stator. In this way, the rotor and stator produce two opposite electromagnetic fields, the interaction of which generates motion. However, the rotation speed remains almost constant during this process. Additionally, rotor currents generally result in leaks that decrease the performance of the machine.
To overcome these inefficiencies of the traditional copper-wound electric motor, permanent magnets were introduced that cause the stator to move without the need for induced currents. This feature makes electric machines more efficient, allows their speed of rotation to be controlled and improves the torque at low RPM, given that there is no gearbox.
The main advantages of using permanent magnets are:
- energy saving
- direct coupling
- With Miotti you spend the right amount for a product that meets your requirements
Magnet manufacturers provide quality control that starts with the semi-finished blocks. Subsequent machining of the block to obtain the finished piece alters the performance of the magnets.
Miotti is able to measure performance parameters of the finished product and to inform the customer about the actual performance of the component that he is about to order and at the same time point him to the type of product that best suits his needs.
Adhesives for magnets | Miotti
MiottiBond adhesives have been specifically developed for the structural bonding of permanent magnets and other metal components. The full-range includes one-component and two-component products that combine excellent adhesive characteristics with high versatility and are able to satisfy the various needs of customers. Application methods and hardening times vary depending on the product chosen and areRead more
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Ferrite magnets are non-conductive aferromagnetic ceramic compounds derived from iron oxides such as Haematite (Fe203) or Magnetite (Fe304) and other metal oxides such as Barium and Strontium. The first studies on this material date back to the 1940s, but actual applications were recorded only from the early 1950s. As regards magnetic properties, Ferrites are oftenRead more
Samarium Cobalt Magnets (SmCo)
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Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets (NdFeb)
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