Metric Neodymium Magnets
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Neodymium Magnets: The Strongest Magnets in the WorldNeodymium magnets are the strongest magnets in the world. They are part of the rare earth magnet family, and are composed of Neodymium (Nd), Iron (Fe), and Boron (B). This makes them vulnerable to rust if they are exposed to the elements, which is why they are typically coated with nickel. A coating strengthens the magnet material and protects it from corrosion. Neodymium magnets, like other rare earth magnets, have a high resistance to demagnetization.
Neodymium Magnets and DemagnetizationBecause they are rare earth magnets, neodymium magnets possess a high resistance to demagnetization. Neodymium magnets do not lose their magnetization if they are dropped or exposed to other magnets, but they will completely lose their magnetization if they are heated past their Curie temperature of 310 ° C. However, BuyMagnets.com offers a wide selection of neodymium magnets that are composed of high-temperature material, allowing them to endure higher temperatures without experiencing a loss of strength.
High Temperatures and Neodymium MagnetsBuyMagnets,com offers neodymium magnets suitable for standard temperature as well as high-temperature applications. Standard temperature neodymium magnets are suitable for operating temperatures up to 80 °C. High-temperature neodymium magnets are suitable for operating temperatures up to 149 °C.
Uses for Neodymium MagnetsNeodymium magnets are powerful, versatile, and affordable. Examples of ways neodymium magnets can be used include:
• Industrial Applications
• Green Energy
• Oil Filters
• Stud Finders
• Magnetic Therapy
• Magnetic Separation Equipment
• Metal Detectors
THINGS TO KNOW WHEN USING NEODYMIUM MAGNETSIf left exposed to the elements, the iron in the magnet will rust. To protect the magnet from corrosion and to strengthen the brittle magnet material, we recommend coating the magnet in nickel plating. Other coating options are zinc, tin, copper, epoxy, silver and gold.
Neodymium magnets must be handled with care to avoid injury and damage to you and the magnet. Keep the following things in mind when handling neodymium magnets:
• Neodymium magnets are NOT toys. Keep out of the reach of children.
• Neodymium magnets are brittle and can peel, crack or shatter if allowed to slam together. Fingers and hands can be severely pinched if caught between two attracting magnets.
• Wear eye protection when handling neodymium magnets.
• Neodymium magnets may cause damage to items such as credit cards, magnetic identification cards, or video tapes.
• Never place neodymium magnets near electronic devices, particularly medical electronic devices such as pacemakers.
• Do not machine neodymium magnets. Neodymium magnets are made of brittle material that is prone to chipping and cracking. Machining will also result in heat that can demagnetize the magnet or ignite the material, resulting in hazardous toxic fumes.