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Products » Magnetec’s Materials » Characteristics of NANOPERM »

Characteristics of NANOPERM Nanocrystalline Material

NANOPERM® is a nanocrystalline alloy for general purpose application in advanced developments for electronics.

NANOPERM® is an iron magnetically soft material with a grain size of approximately 10 nanometers.

NANOPERM®

Thin nanocrystalline ribbons manufacturing (spinning process) is performed by directing a flow of melted alloy from nozzle to fast (approximately 100 km/hour) rotating copper drum which is cooled by water supplying.

NANOPERM® properties

Nominal Values.

Saturation Magnetic Flux Density Bsat 1,2 T
Magnetostriction < 0,5 ppm
Specific Electric Resistance 115 μOhmcm
Density 7,35 g/cm³
Curie Temperature Tc 600 °C
Minimum Operating Temperature Tmin - 40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature Tmax + 120 (180) °C
Losses (0.3T/100kHz, sine) Pv < 110 W/kg
Tape Thickness d 17 / 23 μm
Grain Size (typ.) 10 nm
Permeability µ 20.000 - 200.000
Alloy Composition Fe73,5 Cu1 Nb3 Si15,5 B7

Losses curve, Frequency characteristics, Hysteresis loop (ru).

 
NORTH-WESTERN LABORATORY: NEWS
 
26.06 19 
According to the results of 2018 Lepcos has received "best ferrites seller 2018" seal of excellence from TDK company.



18.04 19 
Dear colleagues! We would like to draw your attention to the fact that, since December 2018, the package content of electrolytic capacitors has been changed.



25.02 19 

LEPCOS has has expanded the range of amorphous and nanocrystalline cores manufactured by MSTATOR company.





 
 


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