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  • Global Rare Earth Competition

Global Rare Earth Competition

Global Rare Earth Competition As an important non-renewable strategic resource, rare earths have always been known as "industrial gold" and "industrial vitamins", and are widely used in many industries. In view of its importance, many countries around the world hope to achieve "rare earth independence", and the United Kingdom is one of them.Chinanews.com quoted British [...]

  • Eco-Friendly Necharacho Rare Earth Mine

Eco-Friendly Necharacho Rare Earth Mine

Eco-Friendly Necharacho Rare Earth Mine The new technology means that N.W.T.'s Nacha Lacho Rare Earth Mine has no tailings. The resource department of the Northwest Territories has a new child in the city. The Necharacho Rare Earth Mine is located about 100 kilometers east of Yellowknife on Lake Tor and will be put into production [...]

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  • Standards and Regulations for Neodymium Magnet Use

Standards and Regulations for Neodymium Magnet Use

Standards and Regulations for Neodymium Magnet Use Though neodymium magnets have a strong magnetic field, they are very brittle and require special handling. Several industrial monitoring agencies have developed regulations regarding the handling, manufacture, and shipping of neodymium magnets. A brief description of a few of the regulations is listed below. Standards and Regulations for [...]

  • Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola

Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola

Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola Producer of :Neodymium and praseodymium Project Type :Open-pit Location :Angola Longonjo neodymium-praseodymium project is an open-pit mine producing neodymium and praseodymium located in the African nation of Angola. Pensana Metals fully owns the project and is developing it at a capital cost of £168.4m ($131m). Pre-feasibility study (PFS) of the [...]

By |July 20th, 2021|Element, Magnetic News, Mining, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium, Neodymium Magnets, Praseodymium, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Export, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola
  • The Longonjo NdFeB Project

The Longonjo NdFeB Project

The Longonjo NdFeB Project The development of mineral reserves in Longonjo, Huambo Province, may begin in early 2022. The province has 23 billion tons of raw ore and is called "rare land." The project is a partnership between the Angolan company Ferrangol-EP and Pensana, Australia. The project will create 450 direct jobs, 50% of which [...]

By |July 18th, 2021|Magnetic News, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Export, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on The Longonjo NdFeB Project
  • How are Neodymium Magnets Made

How are Neodymium Magnets Made?

How are Neodymium Magnets Made? The two processes used to manufacture neodymium magnets are sintering and bonding. The properties of the finished magnets vary depending on how they are produced with sintering being the best of the two methods. How Neodymium Magnets are Made Sintering Melting: The Neodymium, Iron and Boron are measured out and [...]

  • Surface Coating Technology Increases the Life of NdFeB Magnets

Surface Coating Technology Increases the Life of NdFeB Magnets

Surface Coating Technology Increases the Life of NdFeB Magnets At present, China's rare earth NdFeB production has formed an industrial system, and the output has accounted for more than 80% of the world's total output. However, China's production of high-end NdFeB products is lack of competitiveness, which has become a bottleneck restricting the development of [...]

  • Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets

Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets

Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets 1. How the Working Temperature is Classified? The working temperature of a regular neodymium magnet is 80 degree Celsius or 176 Fahrenheit. The highest working temperature the current technology can reach is 220 degree Celsius or 428 Fahrenheit for a neodymium magnet. Working Temperature Of Neodymium Magnets The [...]

  • Grade of Samarium Cobalt Magnet

Grade of Samarium Cobalt Magnet

Grade of Samarium Cobalt Magnet, Grade of SmCo Magnet Material Grade Remanence Coercive Force Intrinsic Coercive Force Max. Energy Max Working Temp. abbr Br HcB HcJ (BH) max Tw. unit kGs kA/m KOe kA/m KOe KJ/m3 MGOe ℃ Sm1Co5 YX-16 8.1-8.5 620-660 7.8-8.3 1194-1830 15-23 110-127 14-16 250 Sm1Co5 YX-18 8.5-9.0 660-700 8.3-8.8 1194-1830 15-23 [...]

  • Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions What is Rare Earth? Rare earth is an ore primarily mined in China. Rare earth is the source of 17 elements listed on the periodic table as Lanthanides. Two of those elements Neodymium and Samarium are the magnets namesakes that are derived from the rare earth ore. Both Neodymium (Nd) [...]

  • Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets

Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets

Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets The Differences Between Like in most subjects if you learn the terminology you have at least a consumer level knowledge that will get you to the types, shapes & strength magnets you are looking for. Rare Earth Magnets at MPCO Magnetics Ceramic (non Rare Earth) Magnets at  MPCO Magnetics There [...]

Where can I Find Neodymium Magnets

Where can I Find Neodymium Magnets Find neodymium magnets at the store If you need a single product or a small batch of neodymium magnets, you don't know how to get these things? When you need a single magnet and don't want to spend a lot of money to buy the amount of products you [...]