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Consequences of Residual Magnetism in Lifting Magnets

Consequences of Residual Magnetism in Lifting Magnets HSMAG’s permanent lifting magnets are designed and manufactured with minimum to no residual magnetism in lifting magnets at their OFF position. It is an important property that buyers need to consider when selecting lifting magnets. In this blog, we shall discuss what cause residual magnetism and what are [...]

Two Advantages of Electromagnet Over Permanent Magnet

Two Advantages of Electromagnet Over Permanent Magnet Magnets come in two main types: permanent magnets and electromagnets. As its name suggests, a permanent magnet is always magnetized -- think of a kitchen magnet that stays stuck to a refrigerator door for years. An electromagnet is different; its magnetism works only when powered by electricity. Although [...]

Curie Temperature of Permanent Magnets

Curie Temperature of Permanent Magnets Regarding the Curie temperature of permanent magnets, many people will ask whether the Curie temperature of magnets is the highest working temperature of magnets. We Baidu this sentence, found that there are two distinct replies, one is a positive response, the other is the opposite, then in the end Curie [...]

Halbach Array for Magnetic Water Conditioner

Halbach Array for Magnetic Water Conditioner Regularly we see a magnetic water conditioner including two magnets with opposite magnetic poles face-to-face cliped together, just simply clip them together onto the water pipes will get a magnetized water resulting from flowing water cutting the magnetic filed. The advantages are low cost and simple operation but the [...]

Magnetism Magnetic Terminology and Definitions

Magnetism Magnetic Terminology and Definitions Formerly it was beleived that magnetism represented an independent physical phenomenon. It is a fact, however, that magnetic processes are connected to electric processes, that each electric process is a magnetic one at the same time, and vice versa. For a better understanding of physics related to magnets we have [...]

Rare Earth Magnets in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Rare Earth Magnets in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Rare Earth Magnets in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles - When Tesla Motors built their first two full-sized car models, they used electric induction motors to power the vehicles. These motors were based on Nikola Tesla’s original motor design – a brilliant design that preceded the invention of [...]

Facts About Magnets

Facts About Magnets Magnets are objects that produce magnetic fields. Facts About Magnets There are only a few materials on earth that produce their own magnetic fields. However, there are some materials such as iron, that can be manipulated to produce their own magnetic fields. Uses Magnetic materials have several applications. VHS tapes and audio [...]

All About Magnets

All About Magnets Magnet Glossary Magnetism is a broad and well-researched science with a language of its own. Our magnet glossary, culled from respected resources around the internet, is your one-stop shop for clear definitions of key magnet terminology. Bookmark it or print it out and keep it close to help when you get stumped [...]

Magnet Thermal Aging

Magnet Thermal Aging, Thermal Degradation of Magnetics, Effect of thermal aging on magnet, magnet aging fixture, Thermal aging of melt-spun NdFeB magnetic powder What is magnet thermal aging? Even though we usually say “permanent magnet”, but magnets do not remain magnetism permanently. In general, permanent magnets are gradually demagnetized by the impact of heat variations. This [...]

Magnetism Measurement

Magnetism Measurement General magnetic capacity measurement Magnetic Properties: Br, Hcb, Hcj, (BH)max, Hk, Ms, ?rec, Hk/ Hcj etc. The test instrument used is the Hysteresisgraph tester. Hcj value between 50 and 20,000 Oe can be measured. Magnetism Measurement Magnetic properties at high and low temperatures (-40 to 250 ℃): Properties tested at any [...]

What Magnet is Not Easy to Break?

What Magnet is Not Easy to Break? Q: Because I need about 8kg of magnets, the magnets won't break, what kind of magnets can I do? But don't use soft magnets. The magnetism of the magnet is relatively strong, because I want to stick the iron piece on the magnet and the flexibility of the [...]

Iron can melt, what happens when the magnet melts?

Iron can melt, what happens when the magnet melts? First, there are many kinds of magnets, such as neodymium-iron-boron magnets, alumino-nickel-cobalt magnets, ferrite magnets, etc., but these magnets are generally made by hand. There is no explanation here. We only talk about magnets that exist in nature. It is also a natural magnet. Natural magnets, [...]

Explaining Magnetism

Explaining Magnetism with The Domain Theory In the early 20th century, before scientists properly understood the structure of atoms and how they work, they came up with an easy-to-understand idea called the domain theory to explain magnetism. A few years later, when they understood atoms better, they found the domain theory still worked but could [...]

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, [...]

SIX Things to Know About Magnets

SIX Things to Know About Magnets Almost everyone knows these six basic facts about how magnets behave: 1, A magnet has two ends called poles, one of which is called a north pole or north-seeking pole, while the other is called a south pole or south-seeking pole. 2, The north pole of one magnet attracts [...]


Magnetism Science is our understanding of how the world works—and generally the world works fine whether we understand it or not. Take magnetism, for example. People have known about magnets for thousands of years and they've been using them practically, as compasses, for almost as long. The ancient Greeks and Romans knew as well as [...]

Do magnets temperature affect magnetism in a magnet?

Do magnets temperature affect magnetism in a magnet? Yes, temperature affects the strength of a magnet. Colder temperatures will permit the magnetic field strength to increase a bit and hotter temperatures will decrease it a bit. The effects can be demonstrated by a simple experiment with a bar magnet and a handful of carpet tacks. [...]

Application Classification of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet

Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Application Classification based on Operation Principle Rare earth permanent magnet can be classified into five types according to its operational principle, includes Lorentz Force Effect, Ampere’s Circuital Law, Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction, Coulomb’s Law for Magnetism and other magnetic effects. Actually, each operational principle has extremely widespread application area. Lorentz Force [...]

Magnetic Halbach Arrays

Magnetic Halbach Arrays - MAGNETIC-BEARINGS & HALBACH ARRAYS A Halbach array is a special arrangement of magnets that 'directs' the magnetic field to allow high magnetism in particular locations and low magnetism in other locations. Magnetic Halbach Arrays There are a number of different assemblies and arrangements available. We can supply Halbach arrays [...]

Magnetic Pottery

Magnetic Pottery - Evidence of Earth’s magnetic field is all around us. Animals use it to navigate, the spectacular display of the Aurora Borealis is generated by it, even your compass pointing north—all possible because of this mysterious force. However, while we experience the benefits of the magnetic field on a daily basis (we wouldn’t [...]

New microscope technique offers a better way to measure magnetic field of individual atoms

New microscope technique offers a better way to measure magnetic field of individual atoms, IBM magnetic fields A team of researchers at IBM has developed a new way to measure the magnetic field of individual atoms that offers 1000 times the energy resolution of conventional techniques. In their paper published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, the [...]

Magnetic Units of Measurement

Magnetic Units of Measurement Magnetic Units of Measurement - If the burden of two systems of measurement for common quantities (English vs. metric) throws your mind into confusion, this is not the place for you! Due to an early lack of standardization in the science of magnetism, we have been plagued with no less than [...]

Advantages of HSMAG Electromagnetic Lock

Over the years, we have invested our efforts into the designing and improvements of our electromagnetic locks. We are proud of our market leadership and products with high standards with thoughtful designs. We will continue to provide superior quality control with electromagnetic locks to our customers with the following features and Electromagnetic Lock Advantages: Excellent [...]


Ferromagnetism, magnetic domains Looking back to the beginning of our thought experiment, magnetic fields may only be produced by a current. Taking the definition of current as a flow of electrons, electrons orbiting an atom should create a current and thus a magnetic field! If every atom has electrons is everything magnetic? YES! All matter, including [...]

September 30th, 2016|Magnetic Field, Magnetic Kownledge, Magnetism|