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Ceramic Ferrite Magnets | Cost Efficient and Extremely Effective

Ceramic Ferrite Magnets | Cost Efficient and Extremely Effective The lowest cost hard magnets available today, Ceramic Ferrite magnets perform beautifully in many functions. Learn about them here before making your purchase. Cost effective, effective ceramic ferrite magnets. Thinking of placing an order for Ceramic Ferrite magnets? Make sure they’re right for your purpose by [...]

What Is a Magnetometer?

What Is a Magnetometer? Learn the basics of magnetometers, including their relation to hysteresis curves and their applications. Magnetometers are devices that can measure the magnitude or direction of a magnetic field. They are present almost everywhere in electronics. They may be as simple as the one that your smartphone uses to detect whether it [...]

Why Choose HS Magnets?

Why Choose HS Magnets? We provide a range of high magnetic strength Rare Earth Neodymium magnets including Disc magnets, Deep Pot magnets, Shallow Pot Neodymium and Round flat neodymium magnets, perfect for low profile applications, or high power holding applications. Due to their high strength and low cost, neodymium magnets revolutionized magnetic products. These magnets [...]

How do Magnetic Filters Work?

How do Magnetic Filters Work? While a large number of configurations exist, most magnetic filters work by producing a magnetic field or loading zones that collect magnetic iron and steel particles. Magnets are geometrically arranged to form a magnetic field having a nonuniform flux density (flux density is also referred to as magnetic strength) Particles [...]

The Most 6 Uses for Ceramic Magnets

The Most 6 Uses for Ceramic Magnets Ceramic magnets are some of the most versatile, affordable magnets available today. Here’s all you need to know, plus the top uses for these magnets. Are you in the market for some new magnets? Answer these questions: Do you want to save costs? Do you want a reliable [...]

How to Store Neodymium Magnets?

How to Store Neodymium Magnets? Neodymium magnets have special properties and require specific storage environment to avoid losing their magnetic strength, being irreversibly damaged or cause hazards to their surroundings. When selecting a storage for your magnet material, take the followings into consideration: Humidity: Neodymium magnets are prone to corrosion in moist environment due to [...]

Multi-pole Magnetic Rotor Assembly for USA Electric-motor Customer

Multi-pole Magnetic Rotor Assembly for USA Electric-motor Customer HSMAG has secured an order for the supply of 600 multi-pole Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) magnetic rotor assemblies annually to a USA prominent Electric-motor customer. The magnetic rotor order was placed at the end of 2018 with deliveries starting in 2019 and running for 10 years. The HSMAG [...]

N55: King of the Permanent NdFeB Magnet

N55: King of the Permanent NdFeB Magnet The theoretical (BH)max value of N55 NdFeB magnet is 512kJ/m3(64MGOe), and most of magnet manufacturer can make N52 magnet now. The (BH)max of N52 already achieved 90% of theoretical limit. The question in the mind of many users – is there any grade stronger than N52 magnet? N55 [...]

N55 Magnets

N55 Magnets The theoretical (BH)max value of NdFeB N55 Magnets is 512kJ/m3(64MGOe). The (BH)max of N52 already achieved 90% of theoretical limit. The question in the mind of many users – is there any grade stronger than N52 magnet? N55 is the most powerful grade available currently for commercial use. N55 magnets are the strongest [...]

How do Magnetic Filters Work?

How do Magnetic Filters Work? While a large number of configurations exist, most magnetic filters work by producing a magnetic field or loading zones that collect magnetic iron and steel particles. Magnets are geometrically arranged to form a magnetic field having a nonuniform flux density (flux density is also referred to as magnetic strength). Particles [...]

Permanent Neodymium Magnetic Holding Assembly

Permanent Neodymium Magnetic Holding Assembly, Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Pot Assembly Permanent Neodymium Magnetic Holding Assembly - Assembled of a round mild steel cover, a non-ferrous insulator and a Neodymium magnet core, pressed together. There is a center hole, or a tap hole, or a tap bolt on the back of the assembly for mounting. [...]

About Some Magnet Knowledge

About Some Magnet Knowledge Permanent magnet material: The permanent magnet material is magnetized by an external magnetic field and does not disappear. It can provide a stable magnetic field to the external space. There are four common metrics for NdFeB permanent magnets: Remanence (Br) units are Tesla (T) and Gauss (Gs) 1Gs = 0.0001T A [...]

Alnico Major Magnets

Alnico Major Magnets • 550° maximum operating temperature • Alnico 3 magnet material and mild steel • Good corrosion resistance Details of the Alnico Major Magnets The Alnico Major Magnet is a precision magnetically tuned magnetic field assembly. It offers 2000 Gauss (0.2Tesla) in the air gap between the two poles at ambient temperature and [...]

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 [...]

Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism - To create a magnet or magnetic field, we are going to have to look at how they are generated. The relationship between current and magnetics field behave according to the right-hand rule. As current passes through a wire, a magnetic field forms around the wire in the direction of your fingers as they [...]

How is magnet strength tested?

The strength of a magnet is indicated by either its pull force or its magnetic field strength. A magnet's strength is always stated in the product information for a magnet, however manufacturers use the following methods to discern this: Pull force The pull force of a magnet is the amount of force required to pull [...]

Electromagnets vs Permanent Magnets

Permanent Magnets vs Electromagnets Electromagnets and Permanent Magnets: What are the Differences? An electromagnet is made from a coil of wire which acts as a magnet when an electric current passes through it. Often an electromagnet is wrapped around a core of ferromagnetic material like steel, which enhances the magnetic field produced by [...]