YASA to showcase electric motors with soft magnetic iron powder components at EU’s largest EV expo

April 29, 2019

YASA to showcase electric motors with soft magnetic iron powder components at EU's largest EV expo

The YASA P400 Series electric motors and generators are the smallest and lightest in their class (Courtesy YASA)

 

YASA Limited, Kidlington, UK, will be displaying high-performance electric motors with soft magnetic iron powder components at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo which takes place in Stuttgart, Germany, May 7–9, 2019. This is Europe’s largest trade fair for hybrid and electric vehicle technology and more than 450 suppliers of electric powertrains, components, battery management systems and equipment will be exhibiting.

The company’s axial-flux electric motors contain a number of pressed stator cores manufactured from soft magnetic composite iron powder, and are said to offer best-in-class power and torque densities and are suitable for both hybrid and pure electric vehicle applications. This gives automotive manufacturers the opportunity to improve vehicle performance whilst reducing weight. The axial flux high performance electric motor contains a number of pressed stator cores manufactured from Höganäs AB’s Somaloy soft magnetic composite iron powder.

The expo expects to host over 8,000 attendees from more than seventy countries. Running parallel to the trade fair is the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Conference which will deliver over thirty-five sessions and feature more than 120 speakers. YASA will showcase their technologies at stand 389.

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www.evtechexpo.eu

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