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Magnetic assemblies refer to the tool or system which incorporates permanent magnetic material and different kind of non-magnetic together. Magnetic assembly can provide stronger pull force to the ferromagnetic load or exhibit an ideal magnetic field in a specific space owing to the presence of the magnetic circuit.ZHIYU has rich experience in manufacture of permanent magnets and magnetic assemblies. We supply assemblies for use in aerospace, automotive, medical, energy storage and industrial applications.In co-operation with our customers we engineer cost effective solutions by providing, not only the magnets but also other details and the assembly work to a ready-to-use component.Assembly services of ZHIYU offer solutions in manufacture of all kind of assemblies, from simple ones to complex combination of magnetic and non-magnetic materials. Our experienced team of Engineers and Production Workers offer you a wide range of capabilities for your magnetic needs.

Permanent Magnet Components
Assembly Applications

Rotors which may include sleeves (inconel, stainless steel, Wraptite composite sleeves); Automotive sensor systems; Linear motor assemblies;Pump couplings (inner and outer magnet assemblies);Voice-coil assemblies; Overmolded magnets.

Zhiyu Magnetic has been pursuing the integration ability of different materials to provide our customers with complete magnetic component solutions.

About Our Company

Magnetic material core technology research and development team

Hangzhou Zhiyu Magnetic Technology Co., Ltd. is China Non-magnetic Component manufacturers and Permanent Magnet Component factory. Hangzhou Zhiyu Magnetic Technology Co., Ltd. is located in Tonglu County, Hangzhou City. It mainly focuses on the research and production of samarium cobalt permanent magnetic materials and magnetic components, and also sells magnetic steel and magnetic components such as neodymium iron boron and aluminum nickel cobalt.
The products are widely used in industries such as national defense and military, aerospace, permanent magnet (high-speed) motors, hydrogen energy compressors, automotive electronics, 5G communication, petrochemical, instrumentation, etc. The variety of samarium cobalt products is complete, with an annual production capacity of over 200 tons;
Fully covering the entire series of samarium cobalt grades of 1:5 and 2:17, covering the entire series of Br0.5T-1.2T;
Stable production of high-performance samarium cobalt magnetic steel with Br ≥ 1.16T and Hcj≥25KOe;
Stable production of Br≥0.96T low-temperature coefficient series products, with residual magnetic temperature coefficient a<-0.01%;
Stable production of ultra-high temperature (temperature resistance ≥ 550 ℃) and high Br (Br ≥ 1.02T) samarium cobalt magnetic steel;
Provide one-stop services from design to product application.

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Industry knowledge

What are the different types of permanent magnet components?
There are several different types of permanent magnet components, each with its unique characteristics and applications. Here are some of the commonly used types:
Permanent Magnet Discs/Cylinders: These are cylindrical or disc-shaped magnets with equal diameter and height. They are widely used in motors, generators, sensors, and various industrial applications.
Permanent Magnet Blocks/Rectangles: Block-shaped or rectangular magnets have a rectangular cross-section with varying lengths, widths, and thicknesses. They are often utilized in magnetic assemblies, magnetic separators, magnetic chucks, and magnetic lifting devices.
Permanent Magnet Rings/Toroids: Ring-shaped or toroidal magnets have a circular or annular geometry. They are commonly used in motors, magnetic couplings, loudspeakers, and other applications where a circular magnetic field is required.
Permanent Magnet Arcs/Segments: Arc-shaped or segment magnets have a curved geometry, resembling a portion of a ring or cylinder. They are used in motors, generators, magnetic separators, and applications requiring specific arc shapes for optimal magnetic performance.
Permanent Magnet Spheres/Balls: Spherical magnets are utilized in various applications such as magnetic toys, educational kits, magnetic levitation, and artistic displays. They can also be incorporated into medical devices and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems.
Permanent Magnet Custom Shapes: Permanent magnets can be custom manufactured in specific shapes to meet unique application requirements. These custom shapes can vary widely and are designed to fit specific dimensions and magnetic field requirements.
What are the factors to consider when selecting permanent magnet components for a particular application?
When selecting permanent magnet components for a specific application, several factors need to be considered to ensure optimal performance and suitability. Here are some important factors to consider:
Magnetic Properties: Evaluate the required magnetic properties of the magnet, such as magnetic field strength, magnetic energy product, coercivity, and temperature stability. The magnet should have properties that align with the application's needs, including desired magnetic field strength, stability under operating conditions, and resistance to demagnetization.
Operating Environment: Consider the environmental conditions in which the magnet will operate, including temperature, humidity, exposure to chemicals, and mechanical stress. Some magnets may be more suitable for high-temperature environments, while others may have better corrosion resistance or mechanical durability.
Size and Shape: Determine the appropriate size and shape of the magnet that will fit within the available space and align with the design requirements of the application. Consider factors such as magnet dimensions, weight, and geometry to ensure proper integration and functionality within the system.
Cost and Availability: Consider the cost-effectiveness of the magnet in relation to the desired performance. Evaluate the availability and cost of the magnet material, as well as any additional processing or customization required.
Manufacturing Feasibility: Assess the manufacturability of the magnet component, including the complexity of the desired shape, size, and magnetization pattern. Consider the feasibility and cost implications of manufacturing the magnet to the required specifications.
Mechanical Interactions: Evaluate the mechanical interactions of the magnet with other components in the system. Consider factors such as magnetic attraction or repulsion, mechanical stability, mounting requirements, and any potential impacts on the magnet's performance due to mechanical stress or vibrations.