Micro Motor Parts  

A micro motor is assembled from carbon brush, magnet, shaft, bushing, commutator, bearing, copper wire and core lamination.

1.) Carbon Brush

Carbon Brush conducts current between rotating and stationary parts of generator or motor. A Carbon Brush is a metal or carbon conductor that maintains sliding contact between the stationary and the moving parts of an electric motor or generator.

A wide variety of carbon brushes are used in the following applications:

  • Automobile Electrical Equipment
    • Electric power steering systems, fuel injection pumps, ABS, windshield wipers, power windows, throttle control, power door locks and power door mirrors,etc.
  • Electricpower Tools
    • Circular saws, electric drills, grinders, impact drivers and electric drivers,etc.
  • Vacuum Cleaners
    • Household-use vacuum cleaners.
  • Micro Motors
    • Hair dryers, electric tooth brushes, cameras, personal computers, printers and automatic vending machines.
  • Slip-rings
    • Ferris wheels, aerogenerators, and auto reels, etc.

Carbon Brushes are made using a process known as "powder metallurgical technology." Producing metal products and materials using powder metallurgical technology involves mixing and blending several types of metal powder at a proper ratio, placing it in a mold, compacting and pressing it at high pressures, and then putting it in an oven for sintering at a temperature below the metal-fusion point. The term "powder metallurgical technology" is also often used to describe processes involving ingredients other than metal powder, such as carbon and oxide powder.

2.) Other Motor Parts

We do supply other motor parts including but not limited to the below, please contact our sales representative for more details:

  • Commutator
  • Spring
  • Stainless Steel Shaft
  • Lubrication Oil
  • Bushing (Sintered Oil-less Bearing)

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