Arnold Magnetic Technologies, headquartered in Rochester, N.Y., is a global manufacturer of permanent magnets, electromagnets, magnetic assemblies and thin metals. High performance materials from Arnold support motor systems that are smaller, lighter and more efficient while operating in high speed, high heat environments. Arnold ‘s advanced materials and magnetic assemblies serve a wide range of industries including aerospace & defense, automotive & motorsports, consumer & industrial, oil & gas, medical, and more.
Our products include RECOMA® samarium cobalt, Arnon™ electrical steel, Wraptite carbon fibre sleeving, Flexmag™ flexible magnet materials, Alnico, injection molded magnets, NdFeB assemblies, ferrite, compression bonded magnets as well as various ultra thin strip and sheet foils, electromagnets, and precision machined magnetic assemblies.
Arnold is a US-based corporation with several ITAR locations complying with DFAR throughout our supply chain. In addition, Arnold Magnetic Technologies holds certifications in ISO9001, AS9100, ISO ITAF 16949, and NADCAP™. For more information, visit Arnold Magnetic Technologies at https://www.arnoldmagnetics.com, or call us at 800-593-9127.
The Precision Thin Metals (PTM) business of Arnold Magnetic Technologies produces thin and ultra-thin alloys that improve the power density of motors, transformers, batteries and many other applications in Automotive, Aerospace, Energy Exploration, Industrial and Medical markets. For example, our Silicon Steels improve the power density of motors and transformers, our ultra-thin Ni, Al and Cu are helping in the development of tomorrow’s batteries, while our thin Titanium strip is both strengthening and lightening components used in the aerospace industry. Discover more about PTM here: https://www.precisionthinmetals.com
The Flexmag Industries division of Arnold manufactures flexible magnetic sheets, extrusions and strips. Discover more about Flexmag here: https://www.flexmag.com
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