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  • What is Neodymium Magnets

    What is Neodymium Magnets

    A Neodymium (Nd-Fe-B) magnet is a common rare earth magnet composed of neodymium (Nd), iron (Fe), boron (B), and transition metals. They have superior performance in applications because of their strong magnetic field, which is 1.4 teslas (T), a unit of magnetic...
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  • Applications of Magnets

    Applications of Magnets

    Applications of Magnets Magnets are used in many and different ways at different situations and for different purposes. They have different sizes and can range from very small to very large giant like structures computers we use in our day to day lives contain magnets. M...
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  • Types of Magnets

    Types of Magnets

    The different types of magnets include: Alnico Magnets Alnico magnets exist in the cast, sintered, and bonded versions. The most common are cast alnico magnets. They are a very crucial group of permanent magnet alloys. The alnico magnets contain Ni, A1,...
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  • Introduction of Magnets

    Introduction of Magnets

    What is a Magnet? A magnet is a material that exerts obvious force on it without physical contact with other materials. This force is called magnetism. Magnetic force can attract or repel. Most known materials contain some magnetic force, but the magnetic force ...
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  • Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, a key component of New Energy Vehicles, has abundant domestic resources and huge advantages

    Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, a key component of New Energy Vehicles, has abundant domestic resources and huge advantages

    Due to its excellent physical properties, excellent chemical properties and good process properties, magnetic materials are widely used in automotive precision parts, which greatly improves the efficiency of automotive parts. Magnetic material is the core material of the driving motor of new ener...
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  • What is the difference between the magnetic circuit of a strong magnet and the physical characteristics of the circuit?

    What is the difference between the magnetic circuit of a strong magnet and the physical characteristics of the circuit?

    The main differences between the physical properties of magnetic circuits and electrical circuits are as follows: (1) There are good conductive materials in nature, and there are also materials that are insulating to the current. For example, the resistivity of copper is...
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  • What are the factors that affect the magnetic prop

    What are the factors that affect the magnetic prop

    The temperature is one of the more important factors that hurt the strong magnet, in the temperature keeps raising the characteristics of the strong magnet with magnetism is likely to be tremendously weaker and weaker, which leads to the strong magnet magnetic field is r...
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  • What are the common plating layers of NdFeB magnets?

    What are the common plating layers of NdFeB magnets?

    NdFeB magnet plating solution is important to solve the magnet distinctive office environment. For example: motor magnet, electromagnetic iron remover core office environment are more humid, thus must be surface plating solution. At present, the important plating special...
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  • Selection of strong magnets have those attention skills

    Selection of strong magnets have those attention skills

    Strong magnets are now used in a wide range of applications in almost every industry. There are electronic industry, aviation industry, medical industry and so on. So how to judge the good and bad of NdFeB magnets when buying NdFeB strong magnets? This is a problem that ...
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  • One of the NdFeB magnet production process: melting

    One of the NdFeB magnet production process: melting

    One of the process of NdFeB magnet production: smelting. Melting is the process of producing sintered NdFeB magnets, the melting furnace produces the alloy flaking sheet, the process needs the furnace temperature to reach about 1300 degrees and lasts four hours to finish...
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