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 +====== Hybrid Magnetic Bearing ======
  
 +Hybrid Magnetic Bearings are conventional bearings crossed with magnetic bearing, for near frictionless efficiency and able to work under high load. Their are two types of hybrid magnetic bearings, one is permanent the other electromagnet,​ permanent magnetic bearings are sealed and are rated according to load thresholds of rare earth magnets, the electromagnet type use electric current to create a electromagnet field to handle many times more load and also provide fall back and resilience alongside conventional bearing in the one package.
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 +Although conventional bearings come with magnetic bearing to form the hybrid unit, the mechanical bearings are not used until load exceeds.
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 +A magnetic bearing is a bearing that supports a load using magnetic levitation. Their are varying designs such as coming into effect on rotation and resting on the mechanical bearing otherwise, pre-activated prior to work and permanently active.
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 +The use hybrid magnetism to decrease wear on gears and unwanted rubbing friction is the next step in a usable off the shelf magnetic toolbox for engineers offering key advancement in efficiency for a myriad of applications. The toolbox includes the use of electromagnets for braking systems, the use of ferro fluids for liquid guidance, improving the lifetime of gaskets, seals and rings and the replacement of lubrication with magnetism.
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 +Here is one example...
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