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AlNiCo Curved-Field Magnet Description

The Alnico curved-field magnet is composed of aluminum-nickel-cobalt with excellent temperature stability and high residual inductance.

AlNiCo Curved-Field Magnet Application

Speaker: telephone mobile odometer electricity meter
Water meter: electricity motor switch adhesion sensors

Stanford Magnets is specialized in manufacturing and supplying AlNiCo curved-field magnets applied in various industrial applications. We have advanced technology, rich experience, and professional engineering technicians in this field. If you require a specific size, please contact us for a quote.


What is an Alnico curved-field magnet?
An Alnico curved-field magnet is crafted from Alnico alloy into a shape that causes the magnetic field to curve and focus in a desired direction or area. This design allows for more precise control over the magnetic field's distribution and strength, making it ideal for applications where a specific magnetic field shape is necessary.
How do Alnico curved-field magnets work?
The unique curved shape of these magnets influences the direction and focus of the magnetic field lines. By designing the magnet with specific curvature, engineers can tailor the magnetic field to be more concentrated or directed in a way that benefits the application, such as guiding magnetic particles or focusing magnetic fields for sensors.
What are the advantages of Alnico curved-field magnets?
Focused Magnetic Field: They can direct a magnetic field more precisely than standard-shaped magnets, which is beneficial for applications requiring targeted magnetic influence. High-Temperature Stability: Alnico materials retain their magnetic properties at high temperatures, making these magnets suitable for use in environments with extreme heat. Resistance to Demagnetization: Alnico alloys have a high resistance to demagnetization, ensuring the magnet remains effective over time, even in the presence of opposing magnetic fields.
What applications benefit from Alnico curved-field magnets?
Magnetic Sensors: Curved-field magnets can be used to focus the magnetic field in sensors, enhancing their sensitivity and accuracy. Electric Motors and Generators: The curved field can improve the efficiency of electric motors and generators by directing the magnetic field more effectively. Magnetic Separators: These magnets can be used in magnetic separation equipment to focus the magnetic field for more efficient separation of magnetic particles from non-magnetic materials.
Can Alnico curved-field magnets be customized?
Yes, Alnico curved-field magnets can be customized to meet the specific requirements of an application. The magnet's curvature, size, and magnetic orientation can be tailored during the manufacturing process to achieve the desired magnetic field characteristics.
How are Alnico curved-field magnets made?
Like other Alnico magnets, curved-field magnets are typically made through a casting process, where molten Alnico alloy is poured into a mold of the desired shape. They can also be produced by sintering, although casting allows for the creation of the complex shapes necessary for curved-field designs.
How do you maintain Alnico curved-field magnets?
Alnico magnets, in general, are very durable and require minimal maintenance. However, it's important to prevent physical shocks that might chip or crack the magnet due to its brittleness. Additionally, storing magnets in a manner that reduces the risk of demagnetization, such as away from strong opposing magnetic fields, is advisable.
Are there any limitations to using Alnico curved-field magnets?
The main limitations include the cost of manufacturing complex shapes and the inherent brittleness of Alnico, which can lead to chipping or breaking if the magnet is mishandled. Furthermore, while Alnico offers excellent temperature stability and resistance to demagnetization, it may not provide the same level of magnetic strength as some rare-earth magnets.

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