AlNiCo magnet is an alloy composed of metallic aluminum, nickel, cobalt, iron and other trace metals. It has constant temperature, diamagnetic and high energy. But magnetism is weaker than RbFeB, SmCO and Ferrite magnet. According to their production process, they are divided into two types: Casting and sintering.
AlNiCo magnet has the advantages of low temperature coefficient, high temperature resistance (maximum working temperature up to550 C), moisture resistance, no oxidation and good working stability. It is mainly used in automotive parts, instrumentation, electro acoustics, electrical machinery, teaching and aerospace, military and other fields.
Sintered Alnico, which is produced by powder metallurgy, is suitable for the production of complex, light, thin and small products. It is widely used in instruments, communications, magneto electric switches and various sensors.
A) AlNiCo permanent magnet is more brittle. In the process of transportation and electroplating (Tu Fu), it is necessary to ensure that the magnet is not subjected to violent impact. If the method is improper, it may cause the damage and crack of the magnet.
B) during the use of the magnet, the workplace should be kept clean. Otherwise, magnetic particles such as iron scraps can be easily absorbed.
C) It is necessary to provide users with non magnetized SM co permanent magnets, and must be familiar with the magnetized energy of their magnetized equipment so as to select the brand names that can fully magnetize the company's products. The magnets after magnetization should not contact with ferromagnetic materials, otherwise they will be demagnetized and affect the use.
D) If the product is used in acid-base or bad environment, the company can also provide a galvanized, nickel, gold, or epoxy resin, Al - Ni Co permanent magnet.