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    Sura Magnets AB has been a major manufacturer of permanent magnets for more than 50 years. Today Sura Magnets has specialized in manufacturing precision moulded bonded magnets of Ferrite, NdFeB and...
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    PPAC Tech is an industry-leading supplier of precision permanent magnet components and assemblies for micro DC motors, microsensors and medical catheter products. We not only specialize in magnet...
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    Thermo Fisher Materials and Structural Analysis products give you outstanding capabilities in materials science research and development. Driving innovation and productivity, our portfolio of...
  • Article - 30 Oct 2008
    This is the summary or a detailed report prepared by PowdermatriX that assesses opportunities for particulate materials to provide solutions to the challenges associated with future developments in...
  • Article - 7 Aug 2001
    Rare earth magnets produce fluxes much higher than traditional magnets of comparable size. Such magnets are based on samarium and neodymium compounds. Applications include automotive,...
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    Goudsmit Magnetic Systems & Goudsmit Magnetic Supplies are subsidiaries of the international Goudsmit Magnetics Group. Founded in 1959, Goudsmit has more than 58 years experience in business,...
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    Neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) is commonly called neodymium. It is often described as a ‘rare-earth magnet’ and is known to be the strongest and most powerful magnetic material.
  • News - 4 Sep 2013
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "China Magnetic Materials Industry Report, 2013-2016" report to their offering. In 2012, the number of flexible ferrite magnet...
  • News - 7 Nov 2016
    Roskill has released its new rare earths market report with forecasts out to 2026. It is essential reading for anyone needing a comprehensive overview of this rapidly evolving industry.  Want to...
  • Article - 25 Jun 2015
    Eric J. Schelter, assistant professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Pennsylvania, speaks to AZoM.com about the recent development of a new way to chemically separate neodymium and...