This is how our business started and as demand grew we moved out of London to our current site at Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire in the UK. Our US facility at Dubois was set up shortly after our US sales office was opened due to demand requiring local USA manufacture.
We have a range of hydraulic and mechanical presses rated from 4T to 200T together with injection molding presses capable of running both ferrite and rare earth compounds. Single part production rates range from a few hundred pieces per month to more than 2 million pieces per month. We pride ourselves on being able to offer all magnets materials and we will always consider the most cost competitive method of supply.
We have two supply partners in China with whom we have worked effectively for many years and make regular visits to ensure good lines of communication. All the sites used in China are well managed with good staff relations and exceptionally good working conditions. We are happy to have our customers visit. No matter the supply source we stamp our seal of quality on all products.
Whilst the core of our business is bespoke customer magnets and assemblies, we continue to develop new products for wider markets. These are intended to be off the shelf products allowing customers to purchase smaller quantities whilst attracting the cost advantage of mass production.
Many of these products are available through our e-commerce site, although if there is a specific requirement that cannot be met by our existing range, please contact us. Large volume requirements will always be dealt with on a separate basis.
Magnet Applications manufactures sub-system level magnetic assemblies for many applications. Read more.
Our unique abilities in the production of Compression molded Bremag increase the scope of its application. No other magnetic material combines these performance and fabrication capabilities. Read more.
These magnets are produced by fairly conventional injection molding techniques, using a high loaded compound of either ferrite or NdFeB powder in a nylon or plastic matrix. Read more.
Magnet Applications’ injection-molded ferrite offers design engineers near limitless shape and magnetization possibilities. Read more.
SmCo magnets are available in a number of grades that span a wide range of properties and application requirements. Read more.
Outstanding magnetic properties and a wide range of grades with new ones regularly being developed. In some applications it is the lowest cost magnetic material per unit of energy. Read more.
Radially aligned offer outstanding magnetic properties, with a wide range of grades (with new ones regularly being developed), and in some applications, it is the lowest cost magnetic material per unit of energy. Read more.
These offer high saturation values, excellent thermal stability and good corrosion resistance. Read more.
Ferrites first became commercially available in the 1950’s and are the most commonly used permanent magnets today, mainly because of their cost effectiveness. Read more.
This is produced by heavily loading ferrite powder of Barium or Strontium base into a synthetic rubber or PVC matrix and either extruding to shape or calendering into thin sheets. Read more.