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The Difference Between Maximum Working Temperature and Curie Temperature of Magnet

The Difference Between Maximum Working Temperature and Curie Temperature of Magnet Maybe some people think the maximum working temperature of magnet is same as its Curie temperature. Actually, this is a mistake. The magnetic material can be divided into 5 kinds: ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, anti-ferromagnetism, paramagnetism, diamagnetism. Iron, Cobalt and Nickel are ferromagnetic material, also permanent [...]

COVID-19 Coronavirus Ventilator Magnets

COVID-19 Coronavirus Ventilator Magnets / ECMO Magnets  Exhalation valve is a necessary component of the ventilator. The positive end expiration pressure (PEEP) function of the ventilator can help patients to preserve some gas in their lungs and hence enhance oxygenation time. Most of current exhalation valves are utilizes voice coil motor to drive the diaphragm [...]

Magnetic Alloys

Magnetic alloys are alloys engineered to have special magnetic properties. Permalloy Permalloy is the term for a nickel iron magnetic alloy. Generically, it refers to an alloy with about 20% iron and 80% nickel content. Permalloy has a high magnetic permeability, low coercivity, near zero magnetostriction, and significant anisotropic magnetoresistance. The low magnetostriction is critical [...]

Different Magnetism Materials

Different Magnetism Materials, How different materials react to magnetism Scientists have a number of different words to describe how materials behave when you put them near a magnet (which is another way of saying when you put them inside a magnetic field). Broadly speaking, we can divide all materials into two kinds called paramagnetic and [...]

Magnetism Electricity: Theory of Electromagnetism

Magnetism Electricity: Theory of Electromagnetism Electromagnets show that you can make magnetism using electricity. In fact, as European scientists discovered in the 19th century, electricity always makes magnetism when it moves about or changes. Every time an electric current flows in a wire, it generates a magnetic field all around it. Changing electricity, in short, [...]

Magnetic Working Point

Magnetic Working Point Magnetic Working point (Magnetic operating point) is a point, where the working line (load line) intersects the magnet's B-H demagnetization curve, and indicates the B and H state of the magnet in the magnetic circuit. Knowing the working point is essentia lasit makes possible to forecast the magnetic flux density Bd that [...]

Permanent Magnet

A permanent magnet is a magnet that does not lose its magnet field. However what makes a magnet permanent? In order to understand this we need to know how magnets work. Magnetism is an aspect of the phenomenon known as the electromagnetic force a fundamental force of the physical universe. Magnetism like its other aspect [...]

How to use a flexible warehouse magnet?

How to use a flexible warehouse magnet use To use a flexible warehouse magnet you will need to follow these steps: Step 1 - Measure and cut magnet If your flexible warehouse magnet comes in a roll, then you will need to measure out the length of magnet you need to use. When you have [...]

What is flexible magnet application

What is flexible magnet application ? There are many ways to use a flexible magnet. To illustrate their applicability, here are a few examples: flexible magnet application Fridge magnets Flexible magnetic sheet cut into puzzle pieces on a fridge Flexible magnetic sheets can be made into colourful fridge magnets. Flexible magnets are particularly [...]

Magnetic Plate Separator

Magnetic Plate Separator / Plate Magnets are used to remove ferrous fines, as well as large pieces of tramp iron, from many types of free-flowing and pneumatically conveyed material. HSMAG Plate Magnets are easily installed in enclosed flow lines. Plate Magnets handle powdery, moist, lumpy, and abrasive products and large debris that might choke, bridge, [...]

What Is A Magnetic Wormhole?

What Is A Magnetic Wormhole? - You may remember wormholes as a phenomenon of science fiction capable of transporting objects over great distances due to a wrinkle in space and time from references in pop culture such as Star Trek or Interstellar. But wormholes are much more than works of science fiction as was recently [...]

Coercivity and Remanence in Permanent Magnets

Coercivity and Remanence in Permanent Magnets A good permanent magnet should produce a high magnetic field with a low mass, and should be stable against the influences which would demagnetize it. The desirable properties of such magnets are typically stated in terms of the remanence and coercivity of the magnet materials. coercivity-and-remanence-in-permanent-magnets When [...]

How does a permanent magnet work?

Permanent magnet work: Some materials have a feature known as ferromagnetism. The prefix "ferro" refers to Iron, which is one such material. Ferromagnetic materials have the ability to "remember" the magnetic fields they have been subjected to. An atom consists of a number of negatively charged electrons, orbiting around a positively charged nucleus. These electrons [...]

August 11th, 2016|Magnetic Kownledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetism|

What are magnetic sweepers used for?

Ferromagnetic materials screw, bolt, nut, washer, staple Magnetic sweeper are used to clear small pieces of ferromagnetic material e.g. nuts, bolts and nails. They can remove pieces of ferromagnetic material from workshop floors, fields, or even standing water. Push magnetic sweeper and forklift magnetic sweeper Push magnetic sweeper being used on grass [...]

Ferrite Devices

A FERRITE is a device that is composed of material that causes it to have useful magnetic properties and, at the same time, high resistance to current flow. The primary material used in the construction of ferrites is normally a compound of iron oxide with impurities of other oxides added. The compound of iron oxide [...]

How does pot magnet work?

a through hole pot magnet A pot magnet works by attaching itself to ferromagnetic materials with the help of its magnetic field, or to non-ferromagnetic materials with the help of fittings (such as studs and threaded holes) on the top of its steel shell. steel shell on a pot magnet The [...]

May 28th, 2016|How To, Magnetic Field, Pot Magnets|

HSMAG Super Magnet is, unfortunately, not a superhero

neodymium wedding ring With admonitions like “If you like your fingers and hands … you will always wear something like … thick gloves when you’re handling large magnets” and “these are in the body part crushing category”, you know HSMAG Magnet is dealing with really powerful magnets. Neodymium magnets are the strongest rare-earth [...]