Magnets

IMA plastic magnets
Magnets
The magnets manufactured in IMA are composed of materials that improve their composition obtaining better performance and high performance.
These sintered magnets obtain better characteristics such as greater coercivity and remanence, in different industries such as: automotive, electronics, wind energy, medicine, recycling and mining, among others …
At IMA we are specialists in the manufacture of a custom magnet, studying our client’s problem and providing the best solution for its application.
The magnet can be manufactured in different qualities, depending on the requirements necessary to fulfill its functions. 
We also offer different magnetic solutions such as injected and over-injected plastic magnets, a wide range of magnetic tapes, among others.
There are different types of permanent magnets depending on the material that it is made of: 
Neodymium , 
Ferrite , 
Samarium and 
Alnico .

Injected and Overinjected Magnets

Permanent Magnets

Magnetic Bases

Flexible Magnets

Office Magnets

Rare Earth magnets (neodymium and samarium) are the most powerful on the market.
This factor increases its field of application where space is limited or where a high magnetic field is required.
Neodymium magnets can withstand maximum working temperatures between 80ºC and 200ºC and Samarium-Cobalt magnets between 250ºC and 350ºC. 
Due to the hardness of this type of materials, they can only be machined or worked with diamond tools.
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Ferrite magnets (ceramic) have a wide field of application in any type of industry.
Thanks to its value for money it is, perhaps, one of the most used materials.
These types of magnets offer good behavior at high temperatures (up to 250ºC) and good resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico magnets are made of an alloy of aluminum, nickel and cobalt.
This material offers good behavior at high temperatures (up to 425ºC).
Alnico magnetic bases offer a wide field of applications in the industrial world.
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IMA plastic magnets
Plastic magnets are the result of the union between thermoplastic binders and magnetic materials (ferrite, NdFeB and SmCo).
The manufacture can be by injection, pressing, extrusion or calendering.
Magnets
The magnets fabricated in FDC are made up of substances that improve their makeup obtaining better performance and higher performance.
These sintered magnets obtain superior features such as higher coercivity and remanence, in various industries such as: automotive, electronics, wind energy, medicine, mining and recycling, among others…
At FDC We’re specialists in the production of a custom magnet, analyzing our customer’s problem and offering the best solution for the program.
The magnet could be manufactured in various qualities, based upon the requirements necessary to satisfy its functions.
We also supply different magnetic solutions like injected and over-injected plastic magnets, a wide assortment of magnetic tapes, amongst others.
There Are Different Kinds of permanent magnets determined by the material that It’s made of:
Permanent Magnets
Magnetic Bases
Flexible Magnets
Office Magnets
Rare Earth magnets (neodymium and samarium) would be the most effective on the market.
This variable increases its area of application where space is restricted or where a large magnetic field is necessary.
Because of the hardness of the sort of substances, they could only be machined or worked with diamond tools.
Ferrite magnets (ceramic) have a broad area of application in any industry.
As a result of its value for money it’s, perhaps, among the most used substances.
These kinds of magnets offer excellent behaviour at high temperatures (up to 250ºC) and great resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico magnets are made from an alloy of aluminum, nickel and cobalt.
This material provides good behaviour at high temperatures (up to 425ºC).
Alnico magnetic bases offer you a broad field of applications in the industrial world.
Plastic magnets will be the consequence of the marriage between thermoplastic binders and magnetic materials (ferrite, NdFeB and SmCo).Magnets
The magnets manufactured in IMA are composed of materials that improve their composition obtaining better performance and high performance.
These sintered magnets obtain better characteristics such as greater coercivity and remanence, in different industries such as: automotive, electronics, wind energy, medicine, recycling and mining, among others …
At IMA we are specialists in the manufacture of a custom magnet, studying our client’s problem and providing the best solution for its application.
The magnet can be manufactured in different qualities, depending on the requirements necessary to fulfill its functions. 
We also offer different magnetic solutions such as injected and over-injected plastic magnets, a wide range of magnetic tapes, among others.
There are different types of permanent magnets depending on the material that it is made of: 
Neodymium , 
Ferrite , 
Samarium and 
Alnico .

Injected and Overinjected Magnets

Permanent Magnets

Magnetic Bases

Flexible Magnets

Office Magnets

Rare Earth magnets (neodymium and samarium) are the most powerful on the market.
This factor increases its field of application where space is limited or where a high magnetic field is required.
Neodymium magnets can withstand maximum working temperatures between 80ºC and 200ºC and Samarium-Cobalt magnets between 250ºC and 350ºC. 
Due to the hardness of this type of materials, they can only be machined or worked with diamond tools.

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Ferrite magnets (ceramic) have a wide field of application in any type of industry.
Thanks to its value for money it is, perhaps, one of the most used materials.
These types of magnets offer good behavior at high temperatures (up to 250ºC) and good resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico magnets are made of an alloy of aluminum, nickel and cobalt.
This material offers good behavior at high temperatures (up to 425ºC).
Alnico magnetic bases offer a wide field of applications in the industrial world.
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IMA plastic magnets
Plastic magnets are the result of the union between thermoplastic binders and magnetic materials (ferrite, NdFeB and SmCo).
The manufacture can be by injection, pressing, extrusion or calendering.