Magnet Grade Chart


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8 hours ago 68 rows · The majority of the magnets sold by Amazing Magnets are Neodymium Iron Boron …

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1 hours ago A magnet grade is a good measure of the strength of a magnet. In general, higher numbers indicate a stronger magnet. The number comes from an actual material property, the Maximum Energy Product of the magnet material, …

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5 hours ago Magnet grade is the Arabic numerals followed permanent magnet material. For example: N42 of sintered ndfeb magnet, BNP10 of bonded neodymium magnet, 30H of smco 2:17, alnico5, ferrite Y30 or PA6 of injection molding ferrite.It is a measure of magnet strength. Generally, higher number indicates stronger as well as more expensive.

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2 hours ago AMF Magnets has a range of Neodymium Magnets in various grades from N30 to N52 and with heat tolerances from 176°F to 392°F (80°C to 200°C). Ceramic / Ferrite. At AMF Magnets we use the Chinese factory code and stock low cost, lightweight Ceramic / Ferrite Magnets in Y30 Material/Grade in various shapes and sizes or Y10 isotropic grade

1. Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Strongest permanent magnet material commercially available. Plated to avoid oxidization.
2. Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Weaker than NdFeB Magnets.
3. Bonded Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Cast / Molded NdFeB suspended in an epoxy resin, Lower strength than SmCo.
4. Ferrite (Ceramic) Hard and highly brittle.
5. Flexible (Rubberized)
6. Electro-acoustics applications, like loudspeakers
7. Automotive EV drive motors
8. Automotive accessory motors
9. Mobile phones
10. Sensors

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Just Now The grades that can usually be purchased range from N30 to N52, because low-grade neodymium magnets are usually no longer produced. At Stanford Magnets, we do not make any compromises on quality. Most of our magnets

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Just Now About the grade, it is a measurement of how strong the magnetic material used in the magnet is. People like to call it how concentrated the magnet is because a magnet’s total strength depends on much more factors than just the grade. …

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2 hours ago 53 rows · Neodymium Magnets, NdFeb Magnets Grade Chart. Stanford Magnets has over 10 years experience of supplying Neodymium Magnets. We manufacture Neodymium magnets according to the requirement of customers and provide the …

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1 hours ago One MGOe is 1,000,000 Gauss Oersted. For example, a grade N45 would have a Maximum Energy Product of 45 MGOe. The higher the grade the stronger the magnet. Magnetic Magnets specialise in the high end of the magnet grades, typically N45 and N50 grades and are specified on each product page. The higher the grade the more expensive the magnets are

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5 hours ago Generally, the sintered NdFeB magnet grades are strings containing three parts, i.e. “N” + “number” + “letter”.The part “N” is the initial letter of neodymium, meaning it is a sintered neodymium iron boron magnet.So it is constant for all the neodymium magnet grades. The part “number” represents value of maximum energy product (BH)max (in CGS unit).

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2 hours ago There are 27 different grades of permanent ceramic magnets commercially available. The chemical compound of ceramic magnets is SrO-6 (Fe2O3), a combination of strontium carbonate and iron oxide; some grades also include other chemicals such as cobalt and lanthanum to improve magnetic performance. Previously, grades of ceramic magnets where

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8 hours ago The numbers. The numbers in the magnet grading system are an indication of strength. N35 is the most common rare earth Neodymium super magnet grade. N35 is the weakest of the super magnetic family. N52 magnets are the strongest of the super magnet family boasting a potential energy of 49% greater than a comparable N35 magnet.

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9 hours ago The grades generally available to buy, range from N30 to N52 as lower grades are generally no longer manufactured. At first4magnets.com, we do not compromise on quality and the majority of our magnets are grade N42 or above, making them 20% more magnetic than many cheaper N35 grade neodymium magnets. N42 grade offers a high performance at an

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8 hours ago The most popular grade of permanent ferrite magnets is Y30, you can buy these right now in the block, disc, ring, hook, channel, or pot form from the albmagnets.com shop. The most common grades of ceramic magnets are 1, 5, and 8 (on a scale of 1-8) Ceramic magnets are limited to simple shapes because of their manufacturing process. It's

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Just Now neodymium magnet grades chart. neodymium magnet grades chart HS Magnetic device. Product description:Neodymium Bar Magnets - Rare earth magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet currently made. They are amazingly powerful for their size and have innumerable uses. These block magnets are 2.36 inch (60 mm) long, 0.40 inch (10 mm) wide

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2 hours ago The range of Ceramic magnet alloy grades available from Dura Magnetics typically extends from 1.05 – 3.8 MGOe. This range allows for optimizing the cost, performance, and operational temperature resistance for a wide range of applications. Ceramic magnets have the lowest Energy Density of the commercially viable alloys, but are by far the

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6 hours ago The following is intended to give a broad but practical overview of factors that must be considered in selecting the proper material, grade, shape, and size of magnet for a specific application. The chart below shows typical values of the key characteristics for selected grades of various materials for comparison.

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What is the n rating of a magnet?

The magnet grade or "N rating" refers to the Maximum Energy Product of the material that the magnet is made from and it refers to the maximum strength that the material can be magnetized to. The grades of neodymium magnets that we normally carry are N42 and N48, a rating that is generally measured in Tesla metrics or units of Gauss Oersted (MGOe).

What are the grades of rare earth magnets?

Common Materials:

  • Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Strongest permanent magnet material commercially available. Plated to avoid oxidization. ...
  • Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Weaker than NdFeB Magnets. ...
  • Bonded Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Cast / Molded NdFeB suspended in an epoxy resin, Lower strength than SmCo. ...
  • Ferrite (Ceramic) Hard and highly brittle. ...
  • Flexible (Rubberized)

Is a hot magnet stronger than a cold magnet?

This will allow you to choose the magnet that offers the best value and performance for your situation. In general, magnets perform better in cold environments than in hot environments. Extreme heat typically leads to a loss of magnetic strength.

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