In today’s blog we want to highlight the use of Permanent Magnets in electric motors and how we can help you identify which magnet is right for your specific request.
The first commercially successful internal combustion engine was created by Étienne Lenoir around 1859.
However, it was seventeen years later, the first modern internal combustion engine was created by Nikolaus Otto (known as the Otto engine) and changed the face of industry forever.
But, 141 years later and the internal combustion engine days are numbered with environmental issues and cost highlighted as key problems.
Electric motors and revolutionary new technologies are coming to the fore and magnets have a vital role to play in the future of the world’s industry and transport.
One such revolutionary idea is the magnet powered Hyperloop. This new form of transportation system that is proposed to carry passengers in a vacuum tube which combines a magnetic levitation train and a low-pressure transit tube and uses tunnels and pods or capsules to move from place to place.
Visit the MagDev Ltd website for more information on Electric Motors and the Future of Magnets in Transport