Rare Earth Material-NdFeB Magnet
In recent years, green new energy and wind power generation have grown tremendously. Rare earth magnets, neodymium iron boron magnets, are used in the motors of wind turbines to improve the stability of the magnets, with low magnet performance, high temperature stability, and strong resistance to...
Development Trend of Rare Earth Permanent Magnetic Materials Industry
(1) Extensive application areas Rare earth permanent magnet materials have been widely used in many fields such as electronic information, automobile industry, medical equipment, energy and transportation. At the same time, with the continuous advancement of technology, rare earth permanent magne...
National development equipment is inseparable from it—NdFeB permanent magnet materials
With the rise of emerging industries such as new energy vehicles, energy-saving home appliances, environmentally friendly air-conditioning, wind power generation, and industrial robots. The demand for rare earth permanent magnet materials, especially NdFeB permanent magnet materials, is growing...
Aluminum Nickel Cobalt – AlNiCo magnets
The Alnico (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt) magnets was introduced in the 1930’s. It’s characterized by excellent temperature stability, high residual induction, and relatively high energies. These were the first materials specifically designed for permanent magnets to be used in meters and instruments...
Bonded NdFeB magnet
Bonded NdFeB magnets are manufactured with melt spinning of a thin ribbon of NdFeB alloy. This ribbon contains randomly oriented Nd2Fe14B nano-scale grains. Then, the ribbon is pulverized into particles and mixed with a polymer. At last, it is compressed into bonded neodymium magnets. Bonded NIB ...
Sintered NdFeB magnet
As lanthanide series of elements in the periodic table, sintered neodymium magnets (sintered NdFeB magnets or sintered NIB magnets) are also known as rare earth magnets. Featured by outstanding magnetic properties, they are the most powerful magnets used today. Sintered NdFeB magnets are manufact...
[Q] Why are most neodymium magnets plated or coated?[A] Neodymium magnets are composed mainly of Neodymium, Iron, and Boron. If neodymium magnets are not plated, the iron in the material will oxidize very easily if exposed to moisture. Even normal humidity will rust the iron over time. To protect...
Separating large neodymium magnets
Remember, magnets, particularly neodymium magnets are very hard and brittle. Don’t be fooled by the shiny exterior, they may look tough like steel but if two magnets slam together they will crack and break.[Q] I have metal dust all over my magnets. How can I remove it?[A] Using adhesive ta...
What is Rare Earth Magnets
[Q] What are rare earth magnets?[A] The term Rare Earth Magnets is used to refer to a group of magnetic materials whose alloys consist of one or more of the Rare Earth elements on the periodic table. These materials are characterized by exceptionally strong magnetic properties.[Q] What are alnico...
General questions about Magnet
[Q] What is a magnet?[A] A magnet is an object that is made of materials that create a magnetic field. Magnets have poles, at least one north pole and one south pole.[Q] What is a magnetic field?[A] A magnetic field is the region in space where a magnetic force can be detected. The ma...
Industrial Use Of Magnets
Magnets are much more than mere toys; in fact, there are many industrial and business applications for this powerful technology. From medicine and manufacturing to heavy industry, magnets are used in a wide variety of settings. The unique characteristics of magnetic fields make magnets the perf...
What is magnetism?
Science is our understanding of how the world works—and generally the world works fine whether we understand it or not. Take magnetism, for example. People have known about magnets for thousands of years and they’ve been using them practically, as compasses, for almost as long. The ancient Greeks...
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