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TechTalk Tag: Neodynium Magnets

Why Magnets Lose Strength: The Effects of Volume Loss, Geometry, Elevated Temperature, and Demagnetization from External Fields

In the absence of external influences, a commercially viable magnet alloy should remain magnetic for hundreds of years.  The alloy’s resulting field may degrade slightly from aging effects, but for the most part it should remain an effective magnetic field source.  With that said, most magnets used in real world applications experience many external demagnetizing […]

Magnetization Options for Neodymium Iron Boron, Samarium Cobalt, Ceramic Magnets

Our engineering staff frequently fields questions from clients asking about magnetization options for Neodymium Iron Boron, Samarium Cobalt, and Ceramic Block, Ring, Disc, and Arc Magnets.  Typical questions include: Can a disc magnet be magnetized diametrically? What is the difference between a true radially magnetized ring and a radially approximated magnetic ring? Can an arc segment be […]

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Neodymium magnets are the strongest magnet material available, with strengths ranging from 30MGOe to 52MGOe Energy Product.

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