ELECTROMAG SA

Chemin du Dévent, Z.I. Larges Pièces A , 1024 Ecublens
Switzerland

Telephone +41 21 6941600
Fax +41 21 6941609
info@electromag.ch

This company is co-exhibitor of
IVAM Microtechnology Network

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 8a / H19
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

COMPAMED 2016 hall map (Hall 8a): stand H19

Fairground map

COMPAMED 2016 fairground map: Hall 8a

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Electrical and electronic components
  • 02.18  Motors, brushless DC

Motors, brushless DC

  • 02  Electrical and electronic components
  • 02.20  Micro motors

Micro motors

  • 02  Electrical and electronic components
  • 02.23  Motors, permanent magnet

Motors, permanent magnet

About us

Company details

We specialize in the design, sales and production of high-performance miniature electric motors, for the medical and dental industries. Our products are electronically commutated motors, commonly called "brushless motors". Each product is developed to answer specific requirements from our customers. As a consequence, we do not have any standard product.

One of our main strength is the expertise of our engineering group. Using this expertise and our open communication approach, we can work in close collaboration with our customers to come up with the best possible design that will meet their needs. Because of that, our motors are perfectly integrated into the higher-level products. This integrated concept brings several advantages to our customers. Firstly, they result in optimized performances with lighter, smaller and more powerful units. Secondly, they sometimes bring cost benefits compared to standard motors, because all un-necessary functionalities are removed.

For each application, we will suggest the motor topology that will bring the most benefits: motors with internal or external rotors, motors with axial air gap. We will also offer the most appropriate winding technologies: stators with radial slots, slotless stators, toroidal stators.

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Company data

Number of employees

20-49

Foundation

2003