15 x 10 x 5mm NdFeB Rectangular Magnet N40M Ni, Rare Earth Super Strong Sintered NdFeB Block Magnet for Motor Sensor Rotor Toy, Nickel Coating Licensed Neodymium Permanent Magnets China Supplier 15 x 10 x 5mm NdFeB Rectangular Magnet N40M Ni Technical Specifications: Item: NBN40M-15-10-5 Grade: N40M Material: Neodymium (NdFeB) Plating: Nickel Shape: Block, Rectangular, Rectangle, […]
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Titanium Nitride TiN Coating NdFeB Magnet Disk N38 China Factory – Size: Dia 10mm * Thickness 5mm
Titanium Nitride (TiN) has good chemical stability and corrosion resistance.
Titanium Nitride coating is nonmetallic oxide ceramics material in golden yellow color. It is pretty hard with Young’s modulus between 350 and 600 GPa and so that has high wear resistance. TiN coated Neodymium magnet material has the property of corrosion resistance. More important, Titanium Nitride exhibits significantly lower bio reactivity than any other materials currently used as coating materials for Neodymium magnet products, such as Ni-Cu-Ni. TiN coated Neodymium magnets are used in orthopedic implants due to its high corrosion resistance and non-reactivity in human body.
Other Features of Nitride Coating
Thickness around 2 ~ 3μm and environmentally
Strong adhesion between the magnet and coating.
Max. Working temperature can reach 500 deg C.
Young’s modulus between 350 and 600 GPa.
About Titanium Nitride Coated Magnets
Customers may be more likely to confused Titanium Nitride coated magnets with everlube-coated magnets only from appearance. The high corrosion resistance and non-reactivity in the human body will ensure Titanium Nitride coated magnets slow down the release of the metal ion and reduce toxicity of metal material to the surrounding media.
Now MPCO Magnetics can supply TiN coated Neodymium magnet disks, bars and blocks.
Disclaimer: This magnet has not been tested or certified by any regulatory agency for implantation or use inside the human body. Use of this magnet is strictly at your own risk and we cannot guarantee and are not responsible for the success of your application or system that involve our products.
Neodymium Magnet Material Grades
The current range of Neodymium Iron Boron magnets is as follows:
N27, N30, N33, N35, N38, N40, N42, N45, N48, N50, N52, N30M, N33M, N35M, N38M, N40M, N42M, N45M, N48M, N50M, N30H, N33H, N35H, N38H, N40H, N42H, N45H, N48H, N30SH, N33SH, N35SH, N38SH, N40SH, N42SH, N45SH, N28UH, N30UH, N33UH, N35UH, N38UH, N40UH, N28EH, N30EH, N33EH, N35EH, N38EH, N33VH/AH.
Rare Earth Magnets create hazards not seen with other types of magnets. When handled improperly, they can pose serious dangers. Even small Neodymium magnets are strong enough to cause injuries to body parts pinched between two magnets. Cylindrical Titanium Nitride Coating Neodymium Magnets
Magnets allowed to strike each other with enough force will chip and shatter the brittle material.
Neodymium Magnet Coatings
Titanium Nitride (TiN)
PTFE (also known as “Teflon®”; white, black, gray, silvery)
Ni-Cu-Ni plus Epoxy
Ni-Cu-Ni plus Rubber
Zn plus Rubber
Ni-Cu-Ni plus Parylene C
Ni-Cu-Ni plus PTFE
Tin (Sn) plus Parylene C