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Vacoflux27 Soft Ferromagnetic Materials , Cold Rolled Strip Soft Magnetic Iron
|Equal Grades||1J27, UNS K92650, HiperCo27, FeCo27||Spec||ASTM A801-2014|
|Type||FeCo Alloy||Forms||Round Bar, Cold Rolled Strip|
|Thickness||0.05-2.0mm||Product Name||Soft Magnetic Alloys|
soft magnetic iron,
soft iron material
Vacoflux27 High Saturation Induction Soft Magnetic Alloy Cold Rolled Strip
A-ONE ALLOY supplies Vacoflux27 to customers from worldwide.
Vacoflux27 (UNS K92650) is named 1J27 in China. It is a new type of soft magnetic alloy in China even it is already widely introduced by the inventor Carpenter. A-one Alloy is among the several manufacturers who are able to produce Vacoflux27 products in forms of cold rolled strip and round bar.
Vacoflux27 is a better choice when the fabrication is considered when HiperCo50 is somehow has better permeability and coercive force-even the difference is not big. The magnetic saturation of both alloys is nearly identical. And, Vacoflux27 does not exhibit the brittleness of Hiperco50.
Chemical Requirements(Weight Percent)
|max 0.025||max 0.35||max 0.35||max 0.015||max 0.015||max 0.75||max 0.75||26.50 to 28.50||max 0.35||Balance|
- High magnetic saturation
- Good mechanical toughness
- Good ductility
- High saturation induction
- High curie temperature: 925 °C
Motors, generators, pole pieces, relays and magnetic bearing.
ASTM A801 Standard Specification for Wrought Iron-Cobalt High Magnetic Saturation Alloys (UNS R30005 and K92650)
Vacoflux 27is typically heat treated between 845 and 865°C for the best magnetic performance. It may also be heat treated at temperatures as high as 975°C without the same cautions concerning Vacoflux50. For both alloys, the use of a relatively low heat treatment temperature or reduced heat treatment time provides higher strength but with a sacrifice in magnetic performance. The higher heat treatment temperatures, within the limits stated, generally provide the best magnetic performance but lower mechanical strength.
Cool in the same atmosphere at a rate of 100 to 200°C/h to 500°C or lower and at any rate thereafter to a
temperature of at least 200°C or lower.