Bunting is capable of supplying almost any shape and size of a permanent magnet, but one of the most popular shapes is the arc. Arc magnets are used in a wide range of magnet assemblies, but in particular, surface mounted electric machines. There are four main types of arc magnets and these are: Each arc-type…

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An international Oil and Gas company turned to Bunting when investigating designs for a novel magnetic system to act as a pressure relief valve. The Pot Magnet assembly design requirements were complex with a number of significant technical challenges. The initial design evaluation identified that the bespoke magnet assembly would be based on a simple…

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UK Magnetics Society – ‘Potential Trends in Magnetics’ Bunting Magnetics has been announced as the headline sponsor of this year’s 31st Ewing Event (Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester, UK, 28th November 2018).  The annual event is organised by the UK Magnetics Society.  This year’s theme focuses on the future, assessing what magnet developments may…

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Father Christmas

Delivering Presents Made Simpler With Magnets This year, Father Christmas has never faced a more difficult challenge to deliver presents to children around the world in one night.  Thankfully, his task is made so much easier by using Magnet technology.  Here are some of the examples: Magnets Help Reindeer Fly Eddy Current technology is what…

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Ewing Magnetics Event 2016

Magnetic Past, Present and Future at 30th Ewing Event On November 30th 2016, at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London, the UK Magnetic Society are holding the 30th Ewing Event discussing magnets and magnetics. The Ewing event brings together the most knowledgeable magnetics experts in the UK and is sponsored by Bunting Magnetics…

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The strength of magnets

The words ‘Magnet’ and ‘Recycling’ might not appear to be related, but they are key in our drive towards environmental protection. How Are Magnets Used For Recycling? Permanent Magnets have been used to identify and recover ferrous metal for hundreds of years.  In the 3rd world, people in poverty still use magnets when they trawl…

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