Rare Earth Magnets
Buymagnets.com offers several variations of the two types of rare earth magnets: neodymium magnets, and samarium cobalt magnets. The Rare Earth family includes very strong magnets, so here’s a bit more information on them.
About the Rare Earth Family
Rare Earth magnets are nearly the strongest of them all. They’re permanent, and created from rare earth elements. While they’re not actually precious, or rare, they are incredibly useful in many applications.
What are Some Common Applications?
- Computer hard drives
- Self-powered flashlights
- Wind turbine generators
- Audio speakers
- Permanent magnet motors in cordless utensils
- Roller coaster technology
How BuyMagnets.com Can Help You
BuyMagnets.com has expanded its line of high-energy Neodymium and Samarium Cobalt permanent magnets to include additional shapes, sizes, and grades, as well as Rare Earth holding assemblies. The Neo Assemblies come in concentric and two- and three-pole configurations and are corrosion-resistant.
Neodymium Rare Earth magnets offer very high energy and holding power in compact sizes and light weights. Bunting Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets are now stocked in six grades and dozens of standard sizes and shapes, including bar and plug shapes. The selection includes a heat-resistant grade plus corrosion-resistant nickel-plated Neodymium magnets.
Samarium Cobalt Rare Earth magnets are ideal for use in many high-energy and high-temperature applications. These magnets combine energy products that approach those of Neodymium grades with temperature stability similar to that of Alnico magnets.
BuyMagnets.com has one of the largest selections of in-stock permanent magnets and holding assemblies available and stocks hundreds of Rare Earth, Alnico, and Ceramic magnets, ready for immediate shipment. The firm also custom cuts magnets to purchaser specifications.
The new magnet products include several new grades. The grade of a magnet helps determine the strength of the magnetic characteristics within that magnet type. The number of different magnets now offered number over 1,300 unique part numbers, most all in stock, ready for immediate shipment. To learn more about magnets, anyone can visit buymagnets.com/faq/ for a detailed explanation on magnetic properties. As part of the product launch, Bunting® is offering a 3% discount on all magnet products which are ordered online by credit card.
For more information on the Bunting® magnet materials product line, visit www.BuyMagnets.com. For information on Bunting® Magnetics, visit the company’s web site at www.buntingmagnetics.com. Or write Bunting® Magnetics Co., 1150 Howard Street, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007; call 1-800-232 -4359 (US & Canada) or 1-847-593-2060; or send an e-mail to email@example.com.