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  • Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength

Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength

Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength Consider a magnet's characteristics. Magnetic properties are described using these characteristics: Coercive magnetic field strength, abbreviated Hc. This represents the point at which the magnet can be demagnetized (degaussed) by another magnetic field. The higher this number, the more difficult it is to degauss the magnet. Residual magnetic [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • How Does Temperature Affect Different Magnets

How Does Temperature Affect Different Magnets?

How Does Temperature Affect Different Magnets? The relationship between magnetic strength and ambient temperature is somewhat complicated. If you are in need of a magnet, however, it is important for you to understand how temperatures affect the strength of different types of magnets before choosing a product. This will allow you to choose the magnet [...]

  • How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets?

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets? - Magnets are used in daily life. They’re used in manufacturing, automobiles, security systems and electronics devices. Even the earth itself is a magnet. How does temperature affect the magnetism of magnets? To understand temperature effects, we need to look at the atomic structure of the elements that [...]

  • Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures

Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures

Working With Magnets in High or Low Temperatures The ambient temperature surrounding your magnets during work impact their strength significantly, but each magnetic material is different. Which magnet works best in your conditions? Temperature and magnetic strength have a turbulent relationship. Some applications require magnets in freezing conditions, while others work in searing heat. Some [...]

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  • Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures

Are Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures?

Are Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures? Want to know if your magnet will function properly under extreme temperatures? Read our blog or give us a call today to find out. Temperature has a variety of effects on magnetic materials Our customers are always curious about the effect temperature has on the magnets they need. [...]

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  • Audio Device Speaker Magnet

Audio Device Speaker Magnet

Audio Device Speaker Magnet Everyone knows that magnets are needed in electroacoustic equipment such as speakers, speakers, and headphones, then -What role do magnets play in electroacoustic devices? -What effect does the magnet performance have on the sound output quality? -Which magnet should be used in speakers of different qualities? Come and explore the speakers [...]

  • Permanent Magnets Maximum Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures All Permanent Magnets experience variations in field strength (flux density) as the ambient temperature increases or decreases. How these variations in operating temperature influence magnetic strength depend on the type of magnetic material and the degree above or below ambient temperature in which they are expected to operate. The shape of [...]

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