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  • Alnico Magnets are Used for Electric Guitars

Alnico Magnets are Used for Electric Guitars

Alnico Magnets are Used for Electric Guitars In the vast universe of magnetism, Alnico magnets stand out for their remarkable properties and versatile applications. Comprised of aluminum (Al), nickel (Ni), cobalt (Co), and often including iron and other metals, Alnico magnets were developed in the 1930s and have since been integral to a myriad of [...]

  • Alnico vs Rare Earth Magnets

Alnico vs. Rare Earth Magnets

Alnico vs. Rare Earth Magnets What is the difference between alnico and rare earth magnets? In the vast and evolving world of magnetics, Alnico and rare earth magnets stand out due to their distinct properties and wide range of applications. From basic science projects to complex industrial machinery, understanding the differences between these two types [...]

  • How to Protect the World's Strongest Magnets

How to Protect the World’s Strongest Magnets

How to Protect the World's Strongest Magnets: Types of Neodymium Magnet Coatings Neodymium magnets, also known as NdFeB magnets, are among the most powerful permanent magnets available today. Comprising neodymium, iron, and boron, these magnets are essential in various applications ranging from consumer electronics to industrial machinery. However, their susceptibility to corrosion necessitates the use [...]

By |May 10th, 2024|Magnet News, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Products, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Magnets, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on How to Protect the World’s Strongest Magnets
  • Magnetic Search Method to Find Stud

Magnetic Search Method to Find Stud

Magnetic Search Method to Find Stud When it comes to home improvement projects, few things can be as frustrating as trying to locate studs behind your walls. Whether you're hanging shelves, mounting a TV, or installing new fixtures, finding a solid anchor point is crucial for stability and safety. While stud finders have been a [...]

  • About N52 Grade Magnet

About N52 Grade Magnet

About N52 Grade Magnet Introduction N52 grade magnets are a grade of neodymium magnets. They are extremely strong magnets and as such have numerous merits in various industries. N52 magnets are generally considered to be the strongest grade of neodymium magnets readily available. There is a whole lot to learn about N52 grade magnets. Read [...]

  • How To Transport Magnets By Air

How To Transport Magnets By Air

How To Transport Magnets By Air Air transportation has certain particularities. In order to ensure safety, both people and cargo need to undergo security inspections before boarding. If you carry magnetic materials, such as neodymium iron boron strong magnets, when taking a flight, or the customer is in a hurry and wants the goods to [...]

  • Recycling Method of Sintered NdFeB Magnet Waste

Recycling Method of Sintered NdFeB Magnet Waste

Recycling Method of Sintered NdFeB Magnet Waste The waste recycling of NdFeB materials is usually divided into two directions: one is to separate and extract various elements, especially rare earth elements, in the NdFeB waste to prepare oxides or other compounds with a certain purity, which can be used as raw materials for different applications. [...]

  • Electrolytic Hydrogen Decrepitation of NdFeB Magnets

Electrolytic Hydrogen Decrepitation of NdFeB Magnets

Electrolytic Hydrogen Decrepitation of NdFeB Magnets Electrolytic Hydrogen Decrepitation (EHD) is a method used for the fragmentation of NdFeB magnets. Here's how the process generally works: Preparation: The NdFeB magnets are first crushed or ground into coarse particles. These particles typically have a size ranging from several millimeters to a few centimeters. Electrolyte Bath: The [...]

By |April 22nd, 2024|Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Magnetism, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets|Comments Off on Electrolytic Hydrogen Decrepitation of NdFeB Magnets
  • Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism of NdFeB Magnet

Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism of NdFeB Magnet

Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism of NdFeB Magnet Hydrogen embrittlement in NdFeB (Neodymium Iron Boron) magnets can occur due to the presence of hydrogen atoms diffusing into the material's crystal lattice. This phenomenon can lead to reduced mechanical properties, such as decreased ductility and increased susceptibility to cracking or fracture. The mechanism typically involves the following steps: [...]

By |April 20th, 2024|Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Magnetism, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets|Comments Off on Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism of NdFeB Magnet
  • Custom Magnetic Solutions

Custom Magnetic Solutions

Custom Magnetic Solutions We are the perfect partner for innovative businesses looking to maximise performance, improve design and reduce costs. We have the expertise to tackle the most challenging of magnetic applications, working with clients to understand their project, then designing, developing and producing a value adding magnetic solution. Having the full package of magnet [...]

  • Hydrogen Embrittlement Failure of NdFeB Magnet

Hydrogen Embrittlement Failure of NdFeB Magnet

Hydrogen Embrittlement Failure of NdFeB Magnet Hydrogen embrittlement is a process by which hydride-forming metals become brittle, even fracture due to the penetration of hydrogen gas, and mechanical strength of relevant material will dramatically decrease because of hydrogen embrittlement. People have been studying how to prevent hydrogen embrittlement for over the past several decades. [...]

By |April 14th, 2024|Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Magnetism, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets|Comments Off on Hydrogen Embrittlement Failure of NdFeB Magnet
  • Adhesive strong magnet

Adhesive Strong Magnet

Adhesive strong magnet is powerful Neodymium magnet with high quality 3M adhesive backing and a new, easy-pull tab. The neodymium magnet is Ni-Cu-Ni plated to protect them against corrosion and conventionally magnetized through the thickness. Usually, the magnets exist in two versions per size – the A version has a North Pole face visible; the [...]

By |April 4th, 2024|Adhesive Magnet, Magnetic Materials, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Magnets|Comments Off on Adhesive Strong Magnet
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