Corrosion protection and processing of magnet powders
Processing routes have been identified for the production of
complex shaped magnets. Possible routes have been narrowed
down to those deemed most promising. This includes two routes for
shaping the unsintered magnet, two binder systems for the magnet
production, and two coating systems for magnet raw material to
minimize oxygen and carbon uptake during processing. Testing of
subcomponents is progressing using substitute materials for NdFeB.
Thus stainless steel is utilised for testing binder systems and
pure iron is utilised for initial tests of protective coatings.
The photo shows iron shots protected by a coating compatible
with magnet production (right) together with unprotected iron shots
Contact: Martin Brorholt Sørensen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 7220