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N35SH Sintered Nd-Fe-B Elevator Traction Motor Magnets, Neodymium Magnets for Geared Lift Traction Machine Motors, countsunk arc tile permanent magnet for Gearless Lift Machine motors, Elevator Gearless Traction Motor Permanent Magnet
N35SH Sintered Nd-Fe-B Elevator Traction Motor Magnets Feature:
Shape Arc Segment with Sink Hole
Material Nd-Fe-B N35SH
Max Working Temperature 150 deg. C
Magnetization Radial Magnetized
Production Capacity 1000 Tons/Year
Product Name Arc Magnet
Material Rare Earth Neodymium Magnet
Coating Silver, Gold, Zinc, Nickel , Ni-cu-Ni. Copper etc.
Inner packaging as your request
outer packaging 36*29*16cm or customized
Delivery Time 3-10 days for sample, 10-30days for production, According to the stocks
Shippment By sea or by air, DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS, EMS
NdfeB Neodymium rare earth permanent magnets are widely use in many area,Such as Motors, Sensor, Speaker, Rotors, Alarm, Microphone, Wind turbines/Wind generators, Magnetic Hooks, Magnetic Holder, Filters automoblies and so on.
Geared Lift Traction Machine Motors are generally preferred by buildings with machine room. Various speed options are available. Geared (MR) machines lift motors are usually preferred for the elevator motor structures in the engine room.
Gearless Lift Machine motors (MRL) are available with various speed options generally as a solution for the buildings without machine room. Gearless Machine Motors commonly known as MRL elevator machine motor developed as solutions in buildings without ma
A geared traction machine typically uses an asynchronous induction motor. The term “induction” refers to how the rotor magnetic field is generated. The sinusoidal AC current applied to a stator winding and the geometric placing of the three-phase stator windings creates a rotating magnetic field. As the magnetic field moves past the rotor bars, the magnetic flux is cut, and a voltage is induced unto the rotor bars. The induced current creates an opposing electromagnetic field on the rotor, which follows the stator. The interaction between these two fields results in mechanical torque, which, in turn, causes rotation of the rotor. Sintered Neodymium Motor Magnet N42H Epoxy Plating for DC Motor
However, for an induced voltage to be present, the magnetic flux lines across the rotor windings must be moving relative to them. If the rotor were to move at the same speed as the stator field, there would be no change in magnetic flux across the rotor bars, and therefore no induced voltage on the rotor and no induced field. The result is no torque production. So, the rotor must be moving at a speed asynchronous to the stator.