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Surface Magnetism

Surface magnetism refers to the magnetic induction intensity at a certain point on the surface of the magnet, and the unit is Gauss Gs or Tesla T (1T=10000Gs). The surface magnetism at different positions on the surface of the magnet is not the same. Generally speaking, "surface magnetism" refers to the center surface magnetism of [...]

Can Gauss Meter Measure The Performance Grade of Magnet?

Can Gauss Meter Measure The Performance Grade of Magnet? A similar topic about whether a gauss meter can be used to measure the performance and grade of a magnet is often asked by customers. Can a gauss meter be used to determine the grade of a magnet? Today, the magnet supplier MPCO answered this question. [...]

How to Test Neodymium Magnet Has 4000 Gauss

How to Test Neodymium Magnet Has 4000 Gauss An old customer asked, how to judge whether the strong neodymium magnet in his hand is 4000 Gauss? Today, let's do a simple science on this issue. Some customers have requirements for the Gauss value of the magnet, such as greater than 3200gs, greater than 4000gs, or [...]

How Strong is a 5000 Gauss Magnet?

How Strong is a 5000 Gauss Magnet? Some customers have clear requirements for the gauss value of the magnet. A few days ago, a customer inquired about the purchase of a magnet with a gauss of more than 5000 gauss, and asked us to recommend the size of the magnet, and also wanted to know [...]

Factors Affecting Suction Force of Permanent Magnets

Factors Affecting Suction Force of Permanent Magnets Many customers who came to inquire about the magnet’s attraction asked the most about how many Gauss can attract, or send a specification to ask how much it can attract. This is introduced in previous articles. If you are interested, you can click to understand. Today’s main Let’s [...]

Introduction of Magnetic Force of NdFeB Magnet

Introduction of Magnetic Force of NdFeB Magnet The largest and most important part of a magnetic resonance imaging system is the magnet. The unit that marks the grade of this magnet is called Tesla. Another common unit of measurement applied to magnets is Gauss (1 Tesla = 10000 Gauss). At present, the magnets used in [...]

Select Material Grades for Neodymium Magnets

Select Material Grades for Neodymium Magnets When you are trying to figure out which neodymium magnets to select for your design needs, you would always see the term “grade” or “N rating” from any supplier or manufacturer. Besides a few other criteria, desired material grade must be defined for a neodymium magnet. So, what does [...]

Three environmental factors affect function of high temperature resistant magnet

Three environmental factors affect function of high temperature resistant magnet Environment temperature. Since sintered NdFeB has a negative temperature coefficient (αBr<-0.13%/°C, αHcj<-0.6%/°C), the instantaneous maximum temperature and the continued maximum temperature of the operating environment will cause different degrees of demagnetization of the magnet itself. Contains reversible and irreversible, rehabilitative and non-recoverable. Environment humidity. NdFeB [...]

TESTING MAGNET

TESTING MAGNET Because magnetic fields are transparent to the human eye, measuring their strength requires specialized tools that measure the working air gap of the magnetic circuit. Currently there are two accepted ways of testing your magnetic separation equipment and this subject itself is not without controversy. The first is with the use of an [...]

Magnetic Fields

Magnetic Fields What is a magnetic field? A magnetic field is quite simply the area around a magnet in which its magnetism can affect other objects. If you were to be able to see a magnetic field, you would see lines called lines of flux that show the direction of a magnet’s force or field. [...]

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