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Introduction to NdFeB Magnets

1. Why is the NdFeB magnet so strong?

Neodymium iron boron magnets have high saturation magnetization and resistance to demagnetization, so they are very strong. Compared with ceramic magnets, although NdFeB magnets are more expensive, they have a powerful influence! The main advantage of NdFeB magnets is that you can use smaller magnets and larger magnets for the same purpose. As the overall size of the equipment decreases, this can reduce overall costs.

2. How long can the NdFeB magnet last?

If the physical properties of the neodymium magnet remain unchanged and are not affected by high temperature, reverse magnetic field, radiation, and other demagnetization, the loss of its magnetic flux density may be less than 1% within 10 years.

3. What are the main features of NdFeB magnets?

Compared with other rare earth magnetic materials (such as SmCo magnets), NdFeB magnets are not easy to crack and chip and they are cheap. However, neodymium iron boron magnets are more sensitive to temperature. Therefore, SmCo magnets may be a better choice for critical applications because their magnetic properties are very stable at high temperatures.

4. What are the common applications of NdFeB magnets?

NdFeB magnets have a wide range of applications, such as microphones, earphones and speakers, hard disk drives, pumps, bearings, MRI scanners, electric vehicles, high-performance motors and actuators, magnetic therapy, anti-lock braking systems, DIY fixed furniture, And POP display and so on.

Thank you for reading our article, hope it can help you better understand the characteristics of NdFeB magnets. We, Ningbo Tengxiao Magnetic Industry Co., Ltd. have many NdFeB magnets and office magnet products. Welcome to visit our website to check.

Tengxiao · 104 days ago
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