Custom Design Magnetic Bearings

Custom Axial Magnetic Bearing
from Waukesha Bearings

The axial magnetic bearing positions a rotor axially using electromagnetic forces pulling in opposition on the collar. The bearing collar is a flat, solid, ferromagnetic disc secured to the rotor. Disc-shaped electromagnets are situated on either side of the collar and bolted to the machine housing,... [See More]

  • Bearing Type: Active; Axial; Custom
Custom Canned Magnetic Bearing
from Waukesha Bearings

Canned magnetic bearings are designed to be immersed in the process fluid of the most extreme corrosive and abrasive environments. For compressor applications where the gas is contaminated with H2S, chlorides, sand, condensate and other liquids, canned magnetic bearings are the only option. Canned... [See More]

  • Bearing Type: Active; Custom
Custom Magnetic Bearing
from Waukesha Bearings

Waukesha Magnetic Bearings collaborates closely with customers on the design and development of turbomachinery to ensure that bearing performance is optimized to the application. Our robust bearing designs have provided high reliability over a wide range of sizes, pressures, loads, temperatures and... [See More]

  • Bearing Type: Active; Custom
Custom Radial Magnetic Bearing
from Waukesha Bearings

The radial magnetic bearing positions the rotor using four electromagnets, each comprised of a stator component and a rotor component. The stator component is bolted to the machine housing while the rotor component is a sleeve fitted to the shaft. Opposite electromagnets are adjusted to pull against... [See More]

  • Bearing Type: Active; Radial; Custom
Custom Sealed Magnetic Bearing
from Waukesha Bearings

Sealed bearings are designed to be immersed in a process fluid environment and are ideal for mildly corrosive environments and applications requiring high reliability and availability. Rotor and stator laminations are made of corrosion resistant alloys or more conventional alloys protected with... [See More]

  • Bearing Type: Active; Custom