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magnetics

[mag′ned·iks]
(electromagnetism)
The study of magnetic phenomena, comprising magnetostatics and electromagnetism.
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Supplied with an integral pump, spare magnetic core and connection hoses, the FiltraMag+ mobile unit provides 24/7 operation on a multitude of machining applications.
Agile Magnetics realised revenues of USD 17.2m for the trailing 12-month period ending August 31, 2018.
Bunting says it supplied shallow Ferrite Pot Magnets that were then connected to the back of the new Tidi-Patch Magnetic Using a Magnet to hold the Tidi-Cable in place eliminates the need for drilling.
About 360 Magnetics. Based in Silicon Valley, California, 360 Magnetics is a comprehensive, concept-to-production magnetic solutions provider.
Based in Redditch, Master Magnets Ltd provides a complete line of magnetic separation, recycling and metal detection equipment to several industries worldwide through a network of distributors.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Levita Magnetics developed the first and only magnetic surgical platform, the Levita Magnetic Surgical System.
Prior to joining Bunting Magnetics, Doll worked in multiple sales, customer service and account management roles for business-to-business manufacturing companies.
Discussing the partnership, Electro Optic US President Markus Marffirt says: "As flexo-graphic printers confront the challenges of ever-thinner liners and face material, as well as higher press speeds, the technological interface between flexible dies and magnetic cylinders becomes critical.
Based at Eclipse Magnetics' Sheffield headquarters, Ewan will be working with customers in a range of sectors including automotive, motor, generator, industrial, electronics and aerospace, amongst others.
Premier Magnetics, a global producer of high-quality magnetic components for switch-mode power supplies (SMPSs), dc-dc converters and data communications applications, has launched its POL-HX Series of switch-mode transformers.
In the near future, Vascular Magnetics will complete preclinical development of its technology, with plans to begin its first clinical trial in 2014, in adult patients.
Williams joins Tangent from Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Life Magnetics Inc., where he was CEO.