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Permanent magnet coupling is a non-contact type coupling, consisting of two magnets inside and outside, separated by an isolation cover in the middle. The inner magnet is connected to the driven part, and the outer magnet is connected to the power part. Using the attraction between the relative magnetic poles, the transmission of force and torque between the driving shaft and the driven shaft can be achieved without direct contact.

  • Characteristics Of Permanent Magnet Couplings
  • Application of Permanent Magnetic Coupling

  • 1. Transforming the dynamic seal into a static seal completely solves the problem of medium leakage and eliminates pollution.
    2. Transmission of vibration can be avoided, then realize stable running of equipment with non-contact transmission.
    3. Release overload protection.
    4. Simple structure, easy to assemble, debug and maintain.
    5. Different movement forms are available including linear movement, rotational movement, or screw composite motion.

  • 1. One of the successful applications of permanent magnet couplings is their combination with pumps - magnetic pumps.
    2. Petrochemical, pharmaceutical, electroplating, nuclear power, and other industries ensure zero leakage of corrosive, flammable, explosive, toxic, and precious liquids.
    3. Ensuring the purity and hygiene of the medium in diet, biology, and medicine.
    4. Prevent the invasion of external gases in the vacuum and semiconductor industries.
About Our Company

Magnetic material core technology research and development team

Hangzhou Zhiyu Magnetic Technology Co., Ltd. is China Static Seal Permanent Magnet Coupling manufacturers and Permanent Magnet Coupling 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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What is a permanent magnet coupling and how does it work?
A permanent magnet coupling is a type of coupling that uses the magnetic attraction and repulsion forces between two permanent magnets to transmit torque between two rotating shafts. It provides a non-contact method of torque transmission, eliminating the need for physical contact or mechanical connections. The basic principle behind a permanent magnet coupling involves two separate components: a driving magnet assembly and a driven magnet assembly. The driving magnet assembly is connected to the input or driving shaft, while the driven magnet assembly is connected to the output or driven shaft. Each magnet assembly consists of a series of alternating north and south pole permanent magnets, typically arranged in a circular or annular pattern. When the driving magnet assembly rotates, the magnetic fields interact with the corresponding magnetic fields of the driven magnet assembly. As the driving magnet assembly rotates, the magnetic fields induce magnetic forces in the driven magnet assembly. The repulsive or attractive forces between the magnets create a torque that is transmitted from the driving shaft to the driven shaft, resulting in rotational motion. The strength and configuration of the magnets, as well as the distance between the driving and driven magnet assemblies, determine the torque transmission capabilities and operating characteristics of the permanent magnet coupling. One of the key advantages of a permanent magnet coupling is its ability to transmit torque without physical contact. This allows for a torque transfer that is free from wear, backlash, and mechanical losses typically associated with traditional couplings. Additionally, since there is no physical connection, a permanent magnet coupling can provide isolation from misalignments, vibrations, and shock between the driving and driven shafts. Permanent magnet couplings find applications in various industries, including pumps, compressors, mixers, generators, and other machinery where torque transmission, precision, reliability, and non-contact operation are desired.
What are the applications of permanent magnet couplings?
Permanent magnet couplings find applications in various industries where torque transmission, precision, reliability, and non-contact operation are desired. Some common applications of permanent magnet couplings include:
Pumps: Permanent magnet couplings are used in centrifugal pumps and other types of fluid-handling equipment. They provide a non-contact torque transmission method, eliminating the need for shaft seals and preventing leaks. This is particularly beneficial in applications involving corrosive or hazardous fluids.
Compressors: Permanent magnet couplings are utilized in compressors for gas handling and compression systems. They enable efficient torque transmission without the need for mechanical seals, ensuring leak-free operation and minimizing maintenance requirements.
Mixers and Agitators: Permanent magnet couplings are employed in mixing and agitation equipment in industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and food processing. They provide reliable torque transmission while maintaining the integrity of the mixing process, preventing contamination or leakage.
Generators: Permanent magnet couplings are used in generators, particularly in wind turbines and hydroelectric power generation systems. They facilitate the transfer of torque from the turbine rotor to the generator rotor, allowing for efficient power generation.
Test Stands and Dynamometers: Permanent magnet couplings are utilized in test stands and dynamometers where accurate torque measurement and control are essential. They provide precise torque transmission without mechanical losses, ensuring accurate testing and measurement of various devices and systems.