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  • Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials

Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials

Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy—Sampling Method for Magnetic Materials In this issue, we will talk about the method of using a desktop scanning electron microscope to observe the sample preparation method of magnetic materials. Generally, demagnetization is required before analysis. The main reasons are as follows: 1. Generally, the lens and scanning coil of a desktop [...]

  • Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated

Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated

Scientists Find That Some Magnetic Materials Freeze When Heated Physicists have found that some magnetic materials freeze when the temperature rises above a certain level. Usually, freezing occurs only when an object is cooled, not when it is heated. So this leaves physicists scratching their heads and bewildering. Heating but freezing? Alexander Khajetoorians, a physicist [...]

  • Hast Aging Test Chamber for Magnetic Materials

Hast Aging Test Chamber for Magnetic Materials

Hast Aging Test Chamber for Magnetic Materials Magnetic material hast aging test box is also called high-voltage accelerated aging tester. The purpose of the test is to improve environmental stress (such as: temperature) and working stress (voltage, load, etc. applied to the product), speed up the test process, and shorten the product or system. life [...]

  • Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials

Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials

Development of Zinc Oxide and Magnetic Materials In zinc-manganese ferrite cores, zinc oxide is the main raw material. In the production of medium and high-grade ferromagnetic materials, the high-end zinc oxide of the zinc oxide varistor grade produced by the indirect method must be used. The development of permanent magnet materials has promoted the scientific [...]

  • Look Neodymium Magnet's Rust

Look Neodymium Magnet’s Rust

Look Neodymium Magnet's Rust While this blog promotes the use of neodymium magnets, we also try to be frank about their limitations. Previous examples include: How a neodymium magnet doesn’t remove all the data from a hard drive, Pacemaker Safety, How fragile magnets are – Breaking Magnets, and How Magnetic Paint isn’t very attractive. In [...]

  • High (Super) Strength Magnet

What is a High (Super) Strength Magnet?

What is a High (Super) Strength Magnet? I often hear customers call our merchandiser to buy high-strength magnets and ask if we can do it here. So what is a high-strength magnet? Where are high-strength magnets commonly used? Today this article will introduce to you. What is a high(super)strength magnet? high-strength magnet According to the [...]

  • Difference between nickel plating and zinc plating neodymium magnet

Difference between nickel plating and zinc plating neodymium magnet

Difference between nickel plating and zinc plating neodymium magnet The most commonly used coatings for NdFeB magnets are galvanized and nickel-plated. They have obvious differences in appearance, corrosion resistance, service life, and price. Many people ask about the difference between galvanizing and nickel plating on magnets. What are the differences in appearance, price and rust [...]

  • What's the difference between galvanized and nickel-plated magnets

What’s the difference between galvanized and nickel-plated magnets?

What's the difference between galvanized and nickel-plated magnets? The most commonly used coatings for NdFeB magnets are galvanized and nickel-plated. They have obvious differences in appearance, corrosion resistance, service life, and price. Polishing difference: nickel plating is superior to zinc plating in polishing, and the appearance is brighter. Those with high requirements for product appearance [...]

  • How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet

How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet?

How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet? Due to its cost-effectiveness, the sintered Nd-Fe-B neodymium magnet is widely used in many fields. Its applications include PC hard drives, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electric cars, magnetic levitation technique and consumer products like DVDs, mobile phones and speakers. Since it is required in nearly [...]

  • Neodymium Magnet Guide

Neodymium Magnet Guide

Neodymium Magnet Guide Neodymium Information Collectively known as Rare Earth magnets, Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) and Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) magnets are alloys of the Lanthanide group of elements. Rare Earth magnets are the most advanced commercialized permanent magnet materials today. NdFeB magnets are available in a number of different grades that span a wide range [...]

  • What are Neodymium Magnets

What are Neodymium Magnets

What are Neodymium Magnets A neodymium magnet are made from an alloy of iron, boron and neodymium. Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet commercially available. What are Magnet Grades? A magnet grade is a measure of the strength of a magnet and in most cases a higher number indicates a stronger magnet. [...]

  • Titanium Nitride Plated Magnets

Titanium Nitride Plated Magnets

Titanium Nitride Plated Magnets Medical industry is a relatively high-end application to the permanent magnets, especially in-body use. The FDA requires medical magnets must have approved biocompatible coating, thereby, parylene-coated magnet and Titanium Nitride coated magnet are generally served for this area. About Titanium Nitride Coating As the fourth transition metal nitrides, Titanium Nitride had [...]

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