Laminated Magnets

Laminated magnets are composed of multiple magnets.Use special insulating glue to bond the magnets together, as this glue has an insulating rate of over 95%.Due to the insulating effect of the adhesive, the entire magnet cannot conduct electricity, making it impossible to perform electroplatin.Generally, laminated magnets use epoxy coating or phosphating treatment to resist external corrosion.

High-efficiency motors often use neodymium magnets to provide a magnetic field, but one disadvantage of neodymium magnets is their poor heat resistance.They will demagnetize at high temperatures, resulting in a decrease in motor efficiency.Due to the insulation between the magnets that make up the laminated magnet, this structure can reduce the density of eddy currents, thereby reducing the eddy current losses of the motor.