SmCo has very little free iron in its structure meaning it offers excellent corrosion resistance to water. It very rarely requires protective coating (e.g. a nickel coating to allow soldering to a printed circuit board). Because of its performance characteristics, SmCo is often used instead of Neodymium in mission-critical applications such as aerospace and military applications.
Superior Temperature SmCo Disc Magnet
With superior temperature coefficients than Neodymium, magnetic output from SmCo varies less over a change in temperature, making it an ideal choice for temperature-sensitive applications such as sensors and loudspeakers where stability of the field during operation is important.
Precision Samarium Cobalt Disc
SmCo is a brittle material and could break, chip, snap or possibly even shatter if mishandled. Care should be taken when assembling with the SmCo.
Standard manufacturing tolerance is +/- 0.1mm on all dimensions.
Application: Industrial Magnet
Composite: Rare Earth Magnet
Grade: As Described, can be customized
Dimensions: As Described, can be customized
Magnetizing: Thru. Thickness, with poles on the largest faces
Certificates: RoHS Certified, ISO certified
Typical Physical Properties
Max. Operating Temperature
Relative Recoil Permeability
Saturation Field Strength
Temperature Coefficient of Br
Temperature Coefficient of iHc