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  • Can Magnets Lose Their Magnetism

Can Magnets Lose Their Magnetism?

Can Magnets Lose Their Magnetism? The magnetic field of permanent magnets is not so permanent. Materials that are known as permanent magnets consist of magnetic domains, where electrons are aligned in pairs within atoms. Magnetism is weakened as a result of damage to this alignment caused by heat and electromagnetic fields. Samarium-cobalt magnets lose nearly [...]

  • Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets

Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets

Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets 1. How the Working Temperature is Classified? The working temperature of a regular neodymium magnet is 80 degree Celsius or 176 Fahrenheit. The highest working temperature the current technology can reach is 220 degree Celsius or 428 Fahrenheit for a neodymium magnet. Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets The [...]

  • How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets?

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets? - Magnets are used in daily life. They’re used in manufacturing, automobiles, security systems and electronics devices. Even the earth itself is a magnet. How does temperature affect the magnetism of magnets? To understand temperature effects, we need to look at the atomic structure of the elements that [...]

  • Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures

Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures

Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures The ambient temperature surrounding your magnets during work impact their strength significantly, but each magnetic material is different. Which magnet works best in your conditions? Temperature and magnetic strength have a turbulent relationship. Some applications require magnets in freezing conditions, while others work in searing heat. Some [...]

By |March 16th, 2021|Alnico, Ceramic Magnets, Ferrite Magnet, Learning Resources, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, MPCO Magnetics News, Neodymium Magnets, Samarium Cobalt|Comments Off on Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures
  • Permanent Magnets Maximum Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures All Permanent Magnets experience variations in field strength (flux density) as the ambient temperature increases or decreases. How these variations in operating temperature influence magnetic strength depend on the type of magnetic material and the degree above or below ambient temperature in which they are expected to operate. The shape of [...]

  • Simon Gilbert

A new type of low energy magnetic semiconductor material

A new type of low energy magnetic semiconductor material A new type of magnetic semiconductor material can reduce the energy required by computers in the data storage process. This research has broad application prospects in the development of energy-saving electronic equipment. Research has found that a new type of magnetic semiconductor material may reduce the [...]

By |April 22nd, 2019|Computer Components, Magnet Applications, Magnet Properties, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Technology|Comments Off on A new type of low energy magnetic semiconductor material
  • Three Factors Affecting Magnetic Force

Three Factors Affecting Magnetic Force

Three Factors Affecting Magnetic Force of Magnet In the recent work, many customers are asking if the magnet will demagnetize? What is the longest life of a magnet? When will the magnet demagnetize? Waiting for a series of such questions, I will probably share with you the information I have learned in the magnet industry. [...]

By |February 21st, 2019|Magnet Applications, Magnet News, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology, Magnetism|Comments Off on Three Factors Affecting Magnetic Force
  • Neodymium Motor Magnet

Neodymium Motor Magnet

Neodymium Motor Magnet is available, it is mainly used in automatic control system and long range linear motion device, we are offering the length 100 - 700mm. Neodymium magnet is widely used in magnetic motor and vehicle magnet applications, it is typically two to three times stronger than ferrite magnet, which results in greater performance [...]

By |January 26th, 2018|Ferrite Magnet, Magnet Applications, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Materials, Motor Magnet, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on Neodymium Motor Magnet
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