SmCo Bi-pole Deep Pot Magnet, twin-pole pot magnet, Samarium Cobalt bi-pole deep pot magnets, SmCo Cylindrical Pot brass body with fitting tolerance h6, SmCo Deep Pot Holding Magnets This is a SmCo Bi-pole Deep Pot Magnet (also known as a twin-pole pot magnet) which can be used in high temperature clamping applications. It is called a […]
Holding Magnet NdFeB, Deep pot holding magnet NdFeB with ball joint, Magnetic ball joint assembly, Bar Cylindrical Rod Magnet NdFeB plastic body with ball joint
Holding Magnet NdFeB feature:
Shape: deep pot holding magnet
Thread: M6 x 15
Plating: white plastic enclosure
Material magnet: NdFeB
Material housing: plastic
Vertical Pull (Kg): up to 25 kg
Max Temp (degrees C): 50 °C
The magnetic ball joint assembly allows the steel ball a full 360° rotation on a 180° axis. This is made possible by the combination of a steel ball and a powerful rare earth magnet contained in the magnet cylinder. The ball comes threaded as in the diagram for different sizes.
A holding device used for cameras, light fixtures, optical devices, and other applications.
Note that NdFeB magnets are covered by various patents (held by Neomax) and only licensed materials are allowed into the USA. There are a number of sources that do sell unlicensed products to those willing to purchase them. HSMAG does not sell unlicensed materials.
Very high strength
Relatively low cost (by weight about 20 times Ferrite magnets, by “Dollars per BHmax” about 1.5 times Ferrite magnets).
Relatively easy to machine, compared to Alnico and SmCo magnets.
Properties deteriorate rapidly at temperatures in excess of about 150°C (depending on grade and permeance coefficient magnet is operating at).
Most grades of NdFeB magnets need to be protected against oxidation – by coating or plating the magnets.
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