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6mm Dia x 2mm Disc SmCo Magnet For Sensor, High Performance Diametrically & Axial Magnetized Anisotropic Samarium Cobalt Rare Earth SmCo Round Magnets for various motors, instruments, sensors, detectors, radar, Magnetic Materials High Temperature Permanent Disk Magnets, Powerful Sintered Samarium Cobalt Disc Magnet China Supplier
6mm Dia x 2mm Disc SmCo Magnet For Sensor Item NO. MPCO-SCD series
Grade: YXG-30/ Customized
Material: Sm1Co5, Sm2Co17 Magnet
Composite: Sm,Co,Fe and other trace metal elements
Shape: Disc / Round / Disk
Size: D6x2mm or Customized magnet size
Working Tempt. : 250℃-350 ℃
Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) is the other Rare Earth magnet!
SmCo is the alternative to Neodymium magnets when a more stable output over a much wider temperature range is required.
The SmCo magnets can be used from temperatures nearly as low as absolute zero (-273°C) up to +350°C. Although Neodymium magnets provide stronger fields at room temperature, SmCo starts to outperform at temperatures above +150°C.
Samarium Cobalt Magnet Features
Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) disc magnets are powerful magnets rare earth magnets composed of samarium and cobalt. They are commonly used in high performance motors, magnetic couplings and magnetic separators. These are brittle magnets and are prone to cracking and chipping. Samarium magnets can be used for high temperature applications where neodymium will not work. Anisotropic Permanent Sintered Smco Magnet, High Powerful Strong 8mm Dia x 1mm SmCo Disc Magnet
Samarium cobalt magnets are hard and brittle and may chip or break if dropped.
They have high magnetic properties
Samarium cobalt magnets offer good thermal stability
Samarium cobalt magnets are resistant to corrosion
Samarium cobalt magnets resistant to demagnetization
A Samarium Cobalt magnet can withstand higher temperatures than a Neodymium magnet. The maximum operating temperatures for Samarium Cobalt magnets are between 250 and 550 °C; Curie temperatures range from 700 to 800 °C. Additionally, a Samarium Cobalt magnet is less subject to corrosion than a Neodymium magnet, and usually does not require coating or plating. High External Demagnetising Forces Smco Magnets
Several factors must be considered to assure the effective performance of the magnet, the adhesive and the resulting bond. These include the chemical and physical properties of the magnets and the surfaces to which they are affixed. Detailed coverage of all these factors, along with some adhesives to try, is covered in our white paper Gluing Magnets.