Diesel engine components

  • 03-Sep-2008 11:20 EDT
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Moving Magnet Technologies (MMT) develops magnetic circuits for Hall-effect position sensors, electric motors, and direct-drive actuators. The firm's diesel engine applications include exhaust gas recirculation valve actuators, variable geometry turbo actuators, throttle and bypass valve actuators, cam and crankshaft position sensors, and BLDC motors for electrically driven pumps. MMT also sells both patents and know-how licenses.

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