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Permanent Magnet Motor Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial permanent magnet motor manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source permanent magnet motor manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These permanent magnet motor companies can design, engineer and manufacture permanent magnet motors to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these permanent magnet motor manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of permanent magnet ac motors, magnetic wind turbine motors, sew permanent magnet motors.

  • Mankato, MN 612-746-7624

    We manufacture and design an extensive line of permanent magnet motors that are sure to last a lifetime! We have made it our main goal that we are able to provide our clients with top of the line customer service with each and every business encounter in hopes of turning first time customers into lifelong relationships! To learn more about what we may be able to do for you; visit our website today!

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  • Stratham, NH 844-338-8114

    When reliability and power are a must, the universal motors you find at ElectroCraft can operate with high efficiency, low voltage, and at a low cost. Applications that our universal electric motors serve include robotics, packaging, automotive, and medical equipment. Electric motor products include the CompletePower™ Plus Universal Drive, complete with a user-friendly configurable interface. For more details, contact ElectroCraft today!

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  • Traverse City, MI 231-941-0411

    Bay Motor Products is a custom manufacturer of numerous motor models like the fractional horsepower motors. We also design motors to your custom specifications. We offer the best in customer service & quality while also maintaining competitive prices. Our production lines can handle large or small quantity deliveries. Please feel free to contact us to help solve your motor requirements.

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  • Monroe, WI 608-325-9161

    At Carter Motor, some of the motors manufactured include AC universal motors, small motors, DC universal motors, DC permanent magnet motors, DC shunt wound motors and gearmotors, along with many others. All Carter Motor products are designed and assembled in the United States by hard-working employees. From engineers to shipping clerks, the staff takes pride in every part of the process.

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  • St. Charles, IL 800-282-4766

    Bison has distinguished itself as a manufacturer with a strong engineering tradition who provides substantial added value in the products it brings to market. A manufacturer of fractional horsepower motors, Bison Gear & Engineering produces the best electric motors with a quick response to your needs. For over 45 years, they have been helping their customers succeed.

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  • Princeton, IN 833-266-4332

    Hurst Manufacturing is a premier provider of variable speed motors, fractional horsepower motors, brushless DC motors, AC and DC motors, Hybrid Stepper motors and electric motors. Where technology and engineering come together to create your motor solution!

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Permanent Magnet Motor

A permanent magnet motor is a type of electric motor that uses permanent magnets in its rotor assemblies in order to provide motion. The difference between a permanent magnet and a non-permanent magnet is that a permanent magnet retains its magnetism indefinitely, or until finally over-powered by external forces such as vibration, corrosion and interfering magnetic fields.

Permanent magnets are most commonly used in applications requiring constant magnetic force, making them ideal for electric motors. Often manufactured as fractional horsepower motors, permanent magnet motors typically run on a horsepower (HP) of 1 or less, such as ½ HP or ¼ HP. Able to be utilize alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) electrical flow, permanent magnet motors can have a frame size of 42, 48 or 56, as defined by standards put in place by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). Permanent magnetic motors are used in a wide range of applications, and industries that benefit from them include: automotive, for use in window wipers, powered seats, central locking systems and more; industrial, in pumps, conveyors, extruders and other processing, manufacturing and assembly equipment; HVAC, in systems and equipment such as fans and blowers; and construction, for heavy-duty materials handling equipment such as cranes and hoists.

Permanent magnet motors are typically separated into two main types based on design and electrical flow: brushless DC motors and permanent magnet synchronous motors. While both types are types of synchronous motors, meaning that the rotor rotates at the same speed as the magnetic field, a brushless DC motor is unique in that it operates based on DC, while most synchronous motors operate on AC, and that it has an electronic commutation system instead of a mechanical one. Permanent magnet synchronous motors, on the other hand, are run on AC as is typical and induction is not required for magnetic field production. Both are designed in a similar style, with the basic components of an enclosure, rotor, axle, wound armature and permanent magnet. Also referred to as a coil, the wound armature rotates while the magnetic field remains stationary. The rotation results from the magnet’s reaction when the electrical current flows through specific points of the motor. One major difference in design between the two types of motors is that brushless DC motors have a trapezoidal-shaped back electromotive force (EMF) while permanent magnet synchronous motors have a sinusoidal-shaped back EMF. Back EMF refers to the voltage that is induced in the wound armature when the motor is rotating.

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