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Flexible Bonded Ferrite

Grade: FBF-100

TyTekBakker’s FBF-100 magnets are flexible, rubber-like, bonded hard ferrite composite magnets.

They combine good magnetic properties with flexibility. These materials are not only resistant to demagnetization, but can be manufactured in cut pieces or continuous lengths and can be machined, drilled, bent or punched into shapes from simple to complex.

Rubber bonded magnets utilizing hard ferrite powders are produced in conjunction with quality natural and/or synthetic rubbers. The compound of rubber materials and magnetic powder is then extruded in a die to the desired cross sectional geometry.

This process yields good dimensional characteristics with consistent, homogeneous magnetic properties and cost effective application. Standard as formed dimensional tolerances are typically ±.005″ on thickness, ±.015″ on width, and ±.015″ or ±0.5%, whichever is greater on length. Tighter tolerances are negotiable.

Typically, the magnets are used in applications like beam focusing magnets, latches, magnetic thrust bearings, speed sensors, position sensors, encoders, and xerographic applications.

Grade: FBF-120

Grade FBF-120 magnets are flexible, rubber-like, bonded hard ferrite composite magnets that combine good magnetic properties with flexibility.

These materials are resistant to demagnetization, and can be manufactured in cut pieces or continuous lengths that can be machined, drilled, bent, or punched from simple to complex shapes.

Rubber bonded magnets utilizing hard ferrite powders are produced in conjunction with quality natural and/or synthetic rubbers. The compound of rubber materials and magnetic powder is then extruded in a die to the desired cross sectional geometry.

This process yields good dimensional characteristics with consistent, homogeneous magnetic properties and cost effective application. Standard as formed dimensional tolerances are typically ±.005″ on thickness, ±.015″ on width, and ±.015″ or ±0.5%, whichever is greater on length. Tighter tolerances are negotiable.

Typical applications include beam focusing magnets, latches, magnetic thrust bearings, speed sensors, position sensors, encoders, and xerographic applications.

Grade: FBF-140

Magnets produced in TyTekBakker’s Grade FBF-140 are flexible, rubber-like, bonded hard ferrite composite magnets that combine good magnetic properties with flexibility.

These materials are not only resistant to demagnetization, but they can also be manufactured in cut pieces or continuous lengths. The magnets can be machined, drilled, bent or punched from simple to complex shapes.

Rubber bonded magnets utilizing hard ferrite powders are produced in conjunction with quality natural and/or synthetic rubbers. The compound of rubber materials and magnetic powder is then extruded in a die to the desired cross sectional geometry. This process yields good dimensional characteristics with consistent, homogeneous magnetic properties and cost effective application. Standard as formed dimensional tolerances are typically ±.005″ on thickness, ±.0 15″ on width, and ±.0 15″ or ±0.5%, whichever is greater on length. Tighter tolerances are negotiable.

Typical applications include distributorless ignition systems, beam focusing magnets, latches, stepper motors, magnetic thrust bearings, speed sensors, position sensors and xerographic applications.

Grade: FBF-160

TyTekBakker’s magnets produced in FBF- 160 are flexible, rubber-like, bonded hard ferrite composite magnets that combine good magnetic properties with flexibility.

These materials are resistant to demagnetization, and can be manufactured in cut pieces or continuous lengths. They can be machined, drilled, bent or punched into shapes from simple to complex.

Rubber bonded magnets utilizing hard ferrite powders are produced in conjunction with quality natural rubbers and/or synthetic rubbers. The compound of rubber materials and magnetic powder is then extruded in a die to the desired cross sectional geometry. This process yields good dimensional characteristics with consistent, homogeneous magnetic properties and cost effective application. Standard as formed dimensional tolerances are typically ±.005″ on thickness, ±.015″ on width, and ±.015″ or ±0.5%, whichever is greater on length. Tighter tolerances are negotiable.

Typical applications include brushless DC motors, distributorless ignition systems, beam focusing magnets, latches, stepper motors, magnetic thrust bearings, speed sensors, position sensors, encoders, and xerographic applications.

Grade: FBF-180

Magnets produced in FBF-180 are flexible, rubber-like, bonded hard ferrite composite magnets. These magnets combine good magnetic properties with flexibility.

The materials are not only resistant to demagnetization, but they can also be manufactured in cut pieces or continuous lengths that can be machined, drilled, bent or punched from simple to complex shapes.

Rubber bonded magnets utilizing hard ferrite powders are produced in conjunction with quality natural and/or synthetic rubbers. The compound of rubber materials and magnetic powder is then extruded in a die to the desired cross sectional geometry. This process yields good dimensional characteristics with consistent, homogeneous magnetic properties and cost effective application. Standard as formed dimensional tolerances are typically ±.005″ on thickness, ±.015″ on width, and ±.015″ or ±0.5%, whichever is greater on length. Tighter tolerances are negotiable.

Typical applications include brushless DC motors, stepper motors, speed sensors, position sensors, encoders, and xerographic applications.