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ALNICOAluminum Nickel Cobalt
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Cobalt-platinum magnets were available at the same time as Alnico magnets.
Its strength in tube magnets is equivalent to Alnico castings, with the only notable impediment being that it had a greater reversible loss at elevated temperatures.
One of the driving forces behind the Gimme Shelter Tour is Tour Manager, Alnico, who agrees, "The work Shelter do isn't just about getting people off the streets, it is much more than that, as it is often the unseen number of people that they manage to keep in their own homes in desperate circumstances, that don't get included in the statistics.
c] or residual remanence Br in comparison with traditional permanent magnets such as steel, AlNiCo or ferrites.
Alnico: One of the earliest magnet materials used for ferrous separation, Alnico magnets are castings of aluminum, nickel, cobalt, and iron.
Erium[R] 3000 develops a magnetic field that has up to twenty-five times the magnetic pull of conventional ceramic (barium ferrite) or Alnico (aluminum-nickel-cobalt) magnet materials.
Designed for water-based fluids, Series HFH incorporates a brass body, Viton seals and a TeflonOcoated Alnico magnet.
Relatively new magnetic materials such as Alnico (aluminum-nickel-cobalt) and neodymium rare earth alloys have increased the holding force of permanent-magnet chucks to the point where they're useful for a variety of chipmaking operations.
Thomas & Skinner is a leading manufacturer of cast and sintered alnico magnets, magnet assemblies, and transformer laminations.
Make Powertek, CIMCON & ALNICO, Supply of Ultrasonic Level transmitter at Inlet chamber Range 0 to 10 mtrs with output of 4 to 20 mA.
In terms of electronics, it has Alnico Slugs and P-90SR- P-90 style with 9500 turns and P-90ST- P-90 style with 10,000 turns.
EAS will roll out its new magnetic clamp system that withstands the higher temperatures of thermoset molding by using AlNiCo instead of neodymium.