According a recent study published by Fact.MR, the amorphous iron (Fe amorphous) market is expected to envisage 6% volume growth in 2019 y-o-y over 2018 to surpass 2,427 tons in sales. The study finds that demand for amorphous iron has increased significantly over the past few years as end-users are aiming to reduce their dependency on rare-earth magnets, due to their fluctuating supply and soaring prices. Owing to the extraordinary magnetic properties of amorphous iron, rare-earth magnetics are being replaced by amorphous iron or Fe amorphous in a wide range of industrial applications.
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“Amorphous iron, which is predominantly known as Fe amorphous, is an iron alloy in the disorderly structure and it is commonly used in electrical applications or power distribution systems, such as motors, inductors, generators, or transformers. With the conductive characteristics and magnetic properties of amorphous iron, they find a wide range of applications as a magnetic materials, which is boosting growth of the amorphous iron (Fe amorphous) market. Demand for amorphous iron is expected to surge due to the enhanced magnetism in amorphous iron that boosts energy efficiency of its applications,” says a lead analyst at Fact.MR.
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