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What Kinds Of Magnets Are There?

What Kinds Of Magnets Are There? There are many kinds of magnets. Generally divided into permanent magnets and soft magnetic two major categories. The magnets we speak of are generally referred to as forever Magnetic magnets. Permanent magnets are divided into two major categories The first major category Metal alloy magnets include neodymium-iron-boron magnets, samarium [...]

NdFeB Plating Difficulties

NdFeB Plating Difficulties 1.The chemical activity in the material is extremely strong Neodymium iron boron parts even when in contact with water will produce hydrogen and corrosion,so: ①The use of acid and alkali before plating treatment should not be too strong, otherwise the material matrix is susceptible to corrosion, and the reaction between chlorine and [...]

4 Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet Elements

4 Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet Elements Magnetic Bracelet Elements: GERMANIUM - FAR INFRARED (FIR) - NEGATIVE IONS - MAGNETS GERMANIUM Germanium is a semi-metal which comes out of the earth, and was discovered comparatively late because some other minerals contain it in high concentration: Germanium ranks near fiftieth in relative abundance of the elements in [...]

COMPRESSION BONDED MAGNET

Compression bonded magnet are available using many isotropic neodymium iron boron material grades as well as crushed & powdered samarium cobalt materials. Combinations of different material grades may also be used to create specific magnetic characteristics. Compression bonded magnets offers higher magnetic strength than injection molded magnets due to their higher magnetic particle density, but [...]

Chinese rare earth alliance sues Hitachi Metals over patents

Chinese rare earth alliance sues Hitachi Metals over patents Seven Chinese rare earth companies are taking Japan's Hitachi Metals to court in the United States, claiming the firm violated international patent law and established unfair market barriers against them. The dispute revolves around neodymium-iron-boron magnets, which are widely used in in electric engineering, wind power, [...]

Magnetic Properties and Magnet Customization

Magnetic Properties and Magnet Customization 1) What is the strongest type of magnetic material? Neodymium iron boron magnets are the strongest magnet available with energy products up to 52MGOe available. Neodymium alloys are very susceptible to magnetic strength loss due to high temperature therefore proper consideration should be given when selection neodymium for use within [...]

Rare earth magnets questions

Rare earth magnets questions: [Q] What are rare earth magnets? [A] The term Rare Earth Magnets is used to refer to a group of magnetic materials whose alloys consist of one or more of the Rare Earth elements on the periodic table. These materials are characterized by exceptionally strong magnetic properties. [Q] What are alnico [...]

Neodymium Magnets Manufacturing Methods

Neodymium Magnets Manufacturing Methods have 2 methods, inclued: Sintered Neodymium Magnets Manufacturing Method and Bonded Neodymium Magnets Manufacturing Method Neodymium Magnets Manufacturing Methods Sintered Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets: The sintered Neodymium Iron Boron magnet is produced by the OPS (orient-press-sinter) method. A crystalline alloy of Neodymium, Iron, and Boron is ground to a sub-micron powder using [...]

Why not Choose Neodymium Iron Boron magnets?

Choose Neodymium Iron Boron magnets, permanent magnets, Neodymium magnets,  high performance magnets Why not Choose Neodymium Iron Boron magnets? Over the last 10 years,the rare earth magnets which one of permanent magnets have become extremely popular in almost all high technology applications that require high performance magnets. Motors, sensors, computers, and microwave components are a few areas [...]

Motor Magnets

Motor Magnets Rare earth magnets are mostly used in motor, such as permanent magnet D.C. motors, wound field D.C. motors, gear motors, custom D.C. motors. Segment magnets are of the largest quantity we made now. Cilinder magnets are also the most popular motor magnets. motor-magnets Materials: Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets, NdFeB magnet Technology:Utilizes new Sintered [...]

Are Neo Magnets and NdFeB Magnets the Same?

Are Neo Magnets and NdFeB Magnets the Same? - We occasionally get inquiries and manufacturing prints identifying a custom magnet shape using the abbreviation Neo. Because shorthand works – both internally and in discussions with our customers – we likewise sometimes refer to a Neodymium magnet as Neo or NdFeB. Of the rare earth element [...]

Rare Earth Magnet Market

Rare Earth Magnet Market – Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue Rare Earth Magnet Market - Permanent magnets are the basis of an ever increasing number of devices of modern life. They are found in or used in making almost every modern convenience today, from air-conditioners and washing machines [...]

Global Permanent Magnet Market being Driven

Global Permanent Magnet Market being Driven by an Increasing Demand of Gadgets Global Permanent Magnet Market - A new report released by research firm HSMAG finds that growth and technological advancements in information and communication technology are currently catalysing the global demand of permanent magnets. According to the report, the past few decades have witnessed [...]

How to Recognize Neodymium Iron Boron Appearance Defects Correctly

How to Recognize Neodymium Iron Boron Appearance Defects Correctly NdFeB appearance defect detection of a correct understanding, is conducive to customer an objective understanding of this new detection technology. Equipment is not a panacea, but no equipment entirely rely on manual testing is a great risk, the long run, machine substitutions is an inevitable trend. [...]

Temperature Effects on Neodymium Iron Boron

Neodymium Iron Boron Temperature - Temperature Effects on Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB magnets) Temperature characteristics of NdFeB grades: The NdFeB magnets are the strongest magnets available. Up to +150 degrees C, they are stronger than the other Rare Earth magnet, SmCo. At around +150 degrees C and above these Neo magnets perform not as strongly [...]

What are the differences between the different magnets?

different magnets What are the differences between the different permanent magnets:  NdFeB (Neodymium-Iron-Boron) -- The most powerful 'rare-earth' permanent magnet composition known to mankind, and our specialty. This formulation is relatively modern, and first became commercially available in 1984. NdFeB magnets have the highest B, Br, and BHmax of any magnet formula, and [...]

The Rare Earth Permanent Magnetic Material

The Rare Earth Permanent Magnetic Material, Rare earth permanent magnet, samarium cobalt (SmCo) permanent magnet, neodymium iron boron permanent magnet (NdFeB), Sintered magnets Rare earth permanent magnetic material is the samarium, neodymium rare earth metal and transition metal (such as cobalt, iron and so on) the composition of the alloy, powder metallurgy method of pressure sintering, a magnetic [...]

Two Basic Types of Rare Earth Magnets

According to their materials, rare earth magnets can be classified into two basic types: Neodymium Iron Boron rare earth magnets and Samarium Cobalt rare earth magnets. Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) - Energy products go up to 55 MGOe, can generate very high fields; however, typically needs to be used in lower temperature applications than Samarium [...]

June 11th, 2016|Neodymium Magnets, Rare Earth Magnets, SmCo|

Fun and profit – Rare earth magnets

People can academically appreciate the fact that every electric motor in the world works because of magnetism. One can reflect on the fact that every transformer uses it, too. CRT monitors, TVs, brushless DC motors, power meters, modern welding gear and engine ignition timing systems, various vending machines and umpteen other gadgets use permanent magnets. [...]

Rare earth magnets for fun and profit

One can academically appreciate the fact that every electric motor in the world (not counting a couple of very impractical ones) works because of magnetism. One can reflect on the fact that every transformer uses it, too. CRT monitors, TVs, brushless DC motors, power meters, modern welding gear and engine ignition timing systems, various vending [...]