This Tiny Ring NdFeB Magnet is extremely powerful. Neodymium magnets are powerful permanent magnets composed of the elements neodymium, boron, and iron. These magnets have the highest known energy product for their mass. They consist of an intermetallic phase in a tetragonal crystal structure and their normal chemical composition is Nd2Fe14B. Although they rank as superior permanent magnets, they begin to lose their magnetism at temperatures above 80 degrees Celsius, so they are not suited to high-temperature applications. At 312 degrees Celsius, they lose their magnetism altogether. In addition, they are highly susceptible to corrosion. These attributes, however, have not stopped neodymium-iron-boron from becoming the material of choice for many functions. Initially used in Japan for a wide range of electronic equipment, neodymium magnets are now found in computer hard drives, headphones, compact high-force magnetic assemblies, and Halbach arrays. They are also used in medical equipment, such as magnetic resonance imagers, and acoustics.
Tiny Ring Neodymium Magnet
We can produce N35-N52, N35H-N50H, N35SH-N48SH, N35UH-N45UH, N33EH-N42EH, N33AH-N40AH, and other products of different grades with different properties. The temperature resistance ranges from 80 degrees to 220 degrees. We can produce square, circular, circular, tile, arc, sinkhole, irregular shape, and other shapes according to customer requirements, and can electroplate the appearance into white zinc, color. Zinc, blue and white zinc, nickel, nickel, copper and nickel, gold, epoxy resin, etc. Welcome to map processing customization!
Small Ring NdFeB Magnet
The most appealing characteristic of neodymium magnets is their relatively low cost. Neodymium is the third most abundant rare-earth element and is far more prevalent than samarium, the prime component of the samarium-cobalt magnets that neodymium magnets have largely replaced. They also tend to allow for reductions in size and have good resistance to external demagnetization fields. Although hard and brittle, neodymium-iron-boron can successfully undergo certain machining processes.
Q1: What are magnetic poles?
A1: They are the surfaces from which the invisible lines of magnetic flux emanate and connect on return to the magnet.
Q2: What are the different types of magnets available?
A2: Two types - permanent and electromagnets. Permanent magnets emit a magnetic field without the need for any external source of power. Electro Magnets require electricity in order to behave as a magnet.
Q3: What are Rare Earth magnets?
A3: Rare earth magnets that are made out of the rare earth group of elements. The most common are Neodymium-Iron-Boron and Samarium Cobalt types.