Injected magnets are used in electric motors, automation devices, audio equipment, cooling systems and many other electromechanical devices. Injected magnets are also used in medical applications, such as magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic therapy.
Over-injected magnets are permanent magnets that are manufactured by injecting magnetic material into a plastic mould. These magnets have several unique properties that make them ideal for a wide variety of applications.
One of the most outstanding properties of over-injected magnets is their high corrosion resistance. Because they are made of tough plastic materials, over-injected magnets do not rust or corrode easily, making them ideal for use in wet or corrosive environments.
Over-injected magnets also have a high capacity to retain their magnetism, which means they can maintain their magnetic strength for long periods. This makes them ideal for use in applications where a constant and long-lasting magnetic force is required.
In addition, the over-injected magnets are extremely strong and have a high product energy, which makes them ideal for use in applications requiring high magnetic force. Due to their unique design, over-injected magnets are also very versatile and can be manufactured in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
One of the most common applications of injected magnets is in the manufacture of electric motors. Injected magnets are used to produce a constant magnetic field that drives the motor and makes it work.
Please refer to the properties (remanence, strength, coercivity, temperatures...) of the over-injected magnets listed in the table of qualities.