Magnetic Force

Archive for December 2018

2018 Review of Magnet News and Blogs

News and Technical Articles on Magnets and Magnetic Assemblies in 2018 2018 has been another exciting year for eMagnets and Bunting Magnetics.  Magnetic technology has never been more important.  Advances in environmental technology such as electric vehicles and wind turbines would not be possible without the simple magnet.  Throughout the year we reviewed some really…

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Our 2018 Review

Bunting Magnetic Europe

Previously posted News & Blogs from 2018 BREXIT and concerns about plastic waste have dominated the news in 2018.  Despite the BREXIT pessimism, UK exporters continue to export and the plastics industry is working hard to pacify environmentalists.  2018 has been another great year for Bunting Europe and we look back on the past twelve…

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Bunting Return To ArabPlast Exhibition

Bunting Return to ArabPlast Exhibition Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors at ArabPlast 2019 After a successful exhibition in 2017, Bunting Magnetics is, once again, exhibiting at the ArabPlast international exhibition (5-8 January 2019, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE).  On stand 5D125, Bunting is exhibiting magnetic separators and metal detectors specifically designed for use in the plastics industry.…

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Magnetic Separator & Metal Detector Training for Eder Design

Training for South Africa Representative at Master Magnets and Bunting Magnetics Eder Design’s Commercial Director Laura Joubert’s week-long magnetic separator and metal detector training programme proved to be very successful. “Keeping our representatives informed and updated is so important,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “We do this by regularly supporting our representatives in…

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The Future Is Magnetic

A Review of the UK Magnetics Society’s Ewing Event 2018 This year’s 31st Ewing Event, organised by the UK Magnetics Society and sponsored by Bunting Magnetics, focused on the important role of ‘magnets’ in the future.  Indeed, it is widely recognised that magnetic fields are the ideal, low-energy way for creating motion. At the event, there…

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