Magnets are available in different shapes, sizes, and strength. They are employed across diverse industries including electronics, automobile, mining, construction, shipping, plastics, glass & ceramics, pharmaceuticals and food.
Different kinds of industrial magnets are rubber magnets, magnetic sheeting, electro, samarium, ferrite, neodymium and permanent magnets. In these industries magnet assembly is used to generate energy, implement industry safeguard, and facilitate production.
How magnets are used in different industries?
Electric motors are applied in nearly every vehicle for windows & doors locking system, windshield wipers, and drives the linear & circular movements within the motor. Basically, ferrite magnets are used but today neodymium is growing popular. Magnetic sheeting is an inexpensive alternative for directly lettering on automobiles. They are also used to make car signage as putting and removing is easy.
Maglav train is levitated magnetically. It helps the train to reduce friction and escalate speed. Train and rails both include magnets, which repel one another. The result in train floating above tracks. Because of magnetic application trains can safely travel at speed 200 miles/hr. Read more