magnet alloy

magnet alloy

[′mag·nət ¦al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy such as Alnico or Alcomax having strong magnetic properties; used in making permanent magnets.
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48) GWMC also owns a magnet alloy producer in the United Kingdom and plans to construct a refinery near their Canada mine.
48) GWMG also owns a magnet alloy producer in the United Kingdom and is planning to build a refinery near its Canadian mine.
The subject of the order is a suitable device for the production of strip-cast material, for example, rare earth permanent magnet alloys, up to weights of 45 kg.
The new firm will be engaged in the production of neodymium magnet alloys and nodymium magnets, the Japanese group added.
Electron Energy is the only US operated rare earth magnet company that still melts its magnet alloys in-house.