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What's New

Introducing MQP-15-9HD-20178

A high density isotropic powder designed for the manufacturing of bonded magnets with superior magnetic properties. Based on a patented and cost optimized Nd-Pr-Fe-B alloy composition, it can be used as a cost effective alternative to MQP-B+-20056-070.
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Running Dysprosium Free

With rare earth elements reaching record prices last year, magnetic motor designers in 2012 have one question, what's the alternative? Designing with Dysprosium-free bonded neo.
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Advanced Anti-Aging Technology for Compression Bonded Magnets

Laboratory tests indicate that magnets using this technology can operate at 200°C for 1000 hours with less than 5% total flux loss.
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Magnequench is now a member of Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers.

Magnequench produces and sells its patented bonded neo powder for the manufacture of bonded magnets employed in A/C fan, refrigeration fan, circulation pump motors and in motors in personal appliances like electric shavers and vacuum cleaners.
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Dedicated pilot production equipment and resources for your advanced materials

We have leveraged our extensive melt-spinning knowledge to continuously push the boundaries of magnetic properties, manufacturing tolerances, and quality control within our industry.
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Latest Research

Permanent magnet synchronous motor drive using hybrid PI speed controller with inherent and noninherent switching functions.
Optimal use of higher-density bonded neodymium magnets is helpful in achieving weight and volume reduction in permanent magnet motors, resulting in raw material cost savings.
This material demonstrated good magnetic properties and saturation magnetization, at best ~50 emu/g. Mechanical properties of the compacts were good, and comparable to those of the polycrystalline Ni-Mn-Ga samples in compression.
This paper presents a manufacturing method called Combustion Driven Compaction (CDC) for the manufacture of isotropic bonded NdFeB magnets (bonded Neo). Magnets produced by the CDC method have density up to 6.5 g/cm3 which is 7-10% higher compared to commercially available bonded Neo magnets of the same shape.