Fun and practical. Magnets are changing the game.
For most people, magnets are merely the little things one sticks on the refrigerator. Those same people do not realize that magnets are virtually everywhere.
Magnets are powering today’s society
Neodymium, for one, is a rare-earth material that is widely used in today’s technologies like cell phones, computer hard drives, and magnetic resonance imaging machines (MRI), to list a few. Sensors and switches that rely on neodymium magnets are found in hundreds of aerospace, military defense, and automotive components. There’s even greater growth opportunity in the clean-energy sector.
- Wind Turbines: More than 70% of wind turbines require permanent magnets.
- Electric vehicles: Rare-earth permanent magnets are the most energy-efficient solution for EV motors, reducing battery size up to 30%.
Demand for neodymium magnets mirrors consumer demand for electric vehicles Engineers are always looking for new ways to improve products for consumers. They need easy access to varieties of permanent magnets, magnetic equipment, and magnetic holding assemblies.
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