Arnold offers technologies that enable advances in high-performance motors for industries such as aerospace, defense and motorsport. Our electromagnetic research and product development expertise allow us to produce high-quality permanent magnet assemblies for various critical applications. Our professional Team of experts works closely with our Customers to develop quality electromagnetic devices to fit any need and requirements.
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Recoma HT: Rare Earth Magnets for High Temperatures
In permanent magnet applications, the operating temperature is usually limited by the decrease of the coercive field with increasing temperature. To prevent irreversible losses, it is important to consider the shape of the demagnetization curve at operating temperature.Read Publication View All Technical Publications