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Neodymium (Neo or NdFeb) magnets are permanent magnets, and part of the rare-earth family. Neo magnets have the highest magnetic properties, and are the most powerful commercially available magnets today. They are super strong, making them the ideal choice for many consumer and technical applications.
They are commonly used in craft & model making projects, high-performance motors, jewelry clasps, audio equipment, POP displays, science projects, DIY projects, hanging artwork & much more.
We also custom manufacture these to fit our customer's specifications. Just let us know what you are looking for by sending us a request for quote or contact us today. Our team of experienced engineers will work with you to determine the most economical way of providing you with what you need.
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► What is in a neodymium magnet? Neodymium magnets are permanent magnets, and part of the rare-earth magnet family. They are also referred to NdFeB magnets or NIB, as they are composed mainly of Neodymium (ND), Iron (Fe) and Boron (B). (top)
► Why are neodymium magnets so strong? Neodymium magnets are considered strong because they resist demagnetization and have a high saturation magnetization. Although Neodymium magnets are more costly than ceramic magnets, these super strong magnets pack a powerful punch! With Neodymium magnets, you can use a smaller sized magnet to achieve the same objective, potentially leading to a lower overall cost as the size of the entire device can shrink. (top)
► How long do neodymium magnets last? Neodymium magnets will likely lose less than approximately 1% of their flux density over a 100-year period if their physical properties remain intact.(top)
► What are the main characteristics of neodymium magnets? Neodymium magnets are far less subject to cracking & chipping and less costly than the other the Rare Earth magnetic material, Samarium Cobalt ("SmCo"). Neodymium is more sensitive to temperature - where this is critical, SmCo may be the better choice, since its magnetic properties are very stable at elevated temperatures. (top)
► What grades & shapes are available for neodymium magnets? Grades 30-52 of Neodymium magnets are available in disc, rectangle, square and rod shapes, and can be custom manufactured to meet your specialty requirements. Just let us know what you are looking for by clicking on the Special Request icon at the top of the site. (top)
► What are some common applications for neodymium magnets? Neodymium Magnets are used in many industries for applications such as audio equipment (microphones, headphones, and loudspeakers) hard disk drives, pumps, bearings, MRI scanners, electric vehicles, wind generators, high performance motors, actuators, magnetic therapy, anti-lock braking systems, levitation devices, door latches, model making, arts & crafts, home improvement (DIY-fixing furniture, hanging pictures etc.) POP displays & more. (top)
► What are the best temperatures to use for neodymium magnets? Neodymium magnets should not be used in temperatures above 130° C (240° F) without careful magnetic circuit design - please discuss your application with our engineers if you plan on using these magnets above this temperature. (top)
► Do neodymium magnets require surface treatments? Neodymium magnets that are not protected with a surface coating (such as plating) may rust in humid conditions. (top)
► What common bonding applications are used for neodymium magnets? Neodymium magnets are often assembled into products using “super glues” such as Loctite 325- as with all bonding applications, always ensure that bonding surfaces are clean and dry prior to bonding for best results. (top)
► What is a permanent magnet? Permanent magnets represent the majority of magnetic materials available today. A permanent magnet is made from ferromagnetic materials. They have a magnetic field that does not turn on and off like electromagnets. We carry a large stock inventory of permanent magnets in a wide variety of sizes and shapes which include neodymium, alnico, ceramic (ferrite) and samarium cobalt magnets. (top)
► What is a rare-earth magnet? Rare-earth magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets available today. Rare earth magnets product significantly stronger magnetic fields than ceramic (ferrite) or alnico magnets. The two types of rare-earth magnets are neodymium and samarium cobalt magnets, both of which are available for on-line purchase on the site. Click here to learn more about the elements of rare earth and other magnetic materials. (top)
► How are magnets rated? This refers to the maximum strength that the magnetic material can be magnetized to. Magnets are typically rated by their residual induction, coercive force & maximum energy product. Click here for more details (section 4.0). (top)
► What does "approximate pull Info" mean? The approximate pull info listed for Neodymium magnets are for reference only. These values are calculated under the assumption that the magnet will be attached to a flat, ground 1/2" thick mild steel plate. Coatings, rust, rough surfaces, and certain environmental conditions can significantly reduce the pull force. Please be sure to test the actual pull in your actual application, and for critical applications, it is suggested that the pull be de-rated by a factor of 2 or more, depending on the severity of a potential failure. (top)
► What safety precautions should be taken into consideration when working with neodymium magnets? Neodymium magnets are hard and fairly brittle, and have a very high magnetic strength – these powerful magnets can snap together with great force - please ensure that all personnel handling these magnets are aware to handle them carefully to avoid injury. They can chip or break if dropped or if snapped together - so take special care when handling these powerful magnets! (top)
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