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8-Polars Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Rings, Customized Size Multipole Radial Ring Ferrite Magnets, multipole ceramic rings, Multi-Polars Ceramic Permanent Magnets, Hard Ferrite Isotropic Ring Magnet China Supplier
8-Polars Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Rings Features:
Specification size: custom design drawing
Magnetizing mode: axial 8 pole
Composition: Ferrite Magnet
Homogeneous ferrite is one of the most common magnets. It is produced by powder metallurgy. It is cheap, heat-resistant, corrosion-resistant and difficult to demagnetize. It can produce round, square, tile, ring, U-shaped and so on.
Homogeneous magnet ring, multi-pole radial magnetization, with a large number of specifications and sizes, welcome to consult and customize.
Usage: It can be used for water heater, gas meter, water meter, instrument, dishwasher, etc.
If you are interested in this product, please contact us as soon as possible.
Ferrite magnet is made from molding powder mixture of about Fe2O3 (80%) and either BaCO3 or SrO3 (20%) Some additives such as Cobalt and Lanthanum are mixed together to improve the magnetic performance coefficient
Operation temperature is between -40 and +250 degrees Centigrade
Y20, Y22H, Y25, Y30, Y30BH, Y33, Y35, C1, C5, C8 (C8A)
Arc, tile, block, disc, cylinder or others are available
According to client’s needs
1) Magnet material
2) Good anti-corrosion performance, no surface treatment needed
3) Excellent temperature stability
4) Best choice for industrial application
5) All shapes can be customized
6) Provides isotropic and anisotropic
Widely used in motor and in various fields
Customized shapes and sizes are accepted
Sintered Ceramic/Ferrite magnets are formed by compaction in dedicated, multi-cavity dies followed by sintering in high temperature furnaces. This produces a hard, brittle part that requires specialized equipment for grinding to close tolerances. While physically quite strong, these magnets like all cast or sintered magnetic materials should not be considered a structural member in an assembly. And like most ceramics, they are brittle not unlike glass, and should be handled with due care to avoid chipping and cracking.
The corrosion resistance of Ceramic/Ferrite is considered excellent, and no surface treatments are required. Ferrite magnets may have a thin film of fine magnet powder on the surface and for clean, non-contaminated applications some form of coating may be required. They are rather porous, and there may be applications where the surface should be sealed. Urethanes and epoxies work well. In addition, ferrite magnets lend themselves to printing.
Hard Ferrite magnets have excellent corrosion resistance and have normal operating capabilities between -40°C and +250°C. At extremely low temperatures there is a risk of permanent demagnetization in magnet systems with low permeance coefficients. Ferrite magnets have good intrinsic coercivity, making them resistant to demagnetizing effects. Axial Four-pole Magnetic Ring with Concave Points