The maximum speed of a magnetic coupling is very difficult to quantify, as it depends on the design and application. Mechanically, the system can be designed and manufactured to handle virtually any speed, involving processes such as balancing and banding. However, eddy currents induced in conductive media are typically the limiting factor in magnetic couplings. These eddy currents result in reduced force transmission and can cause heating that may compete with the efficiency of induction heaters, especially in very high velocity applications.


Magnetic couplings

High Torque Magnetic Coupling


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