Monthly Archives: September 2022

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  • Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets

Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets

Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets Neodymium iron boron magnets are particularly strong in magnetism. The first thing to do is to prevent hands or other parts of the body from being clamped by the magnets. More attention should be paid to safety for large-scale strong magnetism. Do not place strong magnets near electronic [...]

  • Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets

Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets

Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets One of the daily tasks in the overall planning of the equivalent circuit of a strong magnet is to drive the magnetic flux density of the magnetic air gap as far as possible. The analogy of the power circuit to the current intensity driving is simple, just modify the [...]

  • The First Global Rare Earth Industry Association Was Established

The First Global Rare Earth Industry Association Was Established

The First Global Rare Earth Industry Association Was Established A few days ago, the Global Rare Earth Industry Association (REIA) was established at the headquarters of the EIT Raw Materials Organization in Brussels, Belgium. The Global Rare Earth Industry Association (REIA) is an international rare earth association headquartered in Brussels, providing an interoperability platform for [...]

  • Are Magnets Really Threatening Electronics

Are Magnets Really Threatening Electronics?

Are Magnets Really Threatening Electronics? Many people are paranoid about having magnets close to electronic products, worrying that the screen will be deformed, that the stored files will disappear, and that the smartphone will be damaged by the magnet. Are people's worries unfounded? Or do magnets really pose a dire threat to electronics? The effect [...]

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