Permanent magnets are tools that we can find inside many objects and machinery that surround us. The large number of existing applications is due to their versatility and the availability of different types of shapes and magnetization. The biggest limit of permanent magnets is the operating temperature, which is linked both to the degradation of the material and to the Curie temperature, i.e. the maximum temperature after that the total loss of magnetization occurs.
The ferrite, offered by MyP Magnetica Italiana as MyFER line products, is obtained from iron oxide and strontium or barium carbonate, all mixed together and through the sintering process.Show more
Samarium and Cobalt
This type of magnet was the first to be based on rare earths and cobalt. Its magnetic properties approach those of neodymium, with higher operating temperatures, from 200° to 350° C. Our products are presented under the name MySC.Show more
This magnet, called Alnico, was created by a chemical reaction with Aluminium, Nickel and Cobalt. The MyP Magnetica Italiana line is called MyANC.Show more