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  • The Neodymium Magnet Origin

The Neodymium Magnet Origin

The Neodymium Magnet Origin In ordinary life, magnets are a very common thing. And thousands of years ago, the working people in our country made the compass, one of the four great inventions, based on the characteristics of magnets. Until today, magnets are also very useful. From all kinds of special electronic equipment to the [...]

  • Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Disclaimer

Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Disclaimer

Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Disclaimer Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) magnets are a type of rare earth alloy with typical atomic structure of Nd2Fe14B which stands for 2 atoms of Neodymium, 14 atoms of Iron(Fe) and one atom of Boron. The sintered Neodymium Iron Boron magnet has higher magnetic properties compare to Samarium Cobalt magnets, [...]

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  • Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors

Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors

Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors Lanthanide components are ferromagnetic metals. This implies that they the ability to be charged much the same as iron. Be that as it may, their curie temperatures (the temperature at which they lose their attraction) are normally underneath the typical room temperature. This illustrates why rare magnets are not suitable [...]

  • Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets NdFeB Magnets made of MPCO NEODYM Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets for Highest Energy Density Requirements Permanent Magnets made of NEODYM with various coatings Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets made of MPCO have the highest energy density available today. NEODYM alloys are anisotropic material grades. Our NEODYM Alloys made of Neodymium-Iron-Boron Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent [...]

  • Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials

Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials

Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials Nanocomposite permanent magnet materials, combining magnetically hard and soft phases in nanoscale, is a new permanent magnetic material. Compared with traditional permanent magnetic material, nanocomposite lowers rare earth content and cost, exhibits high coercivity of hard magnetic phase and high saturation magnetization of soft magnetics phase, upgrades in temperature stability, heat [...]

  • Use Rare Magnets In Outdoors

To Use Rare Magnets In Outdoors

To Use Rare Magnets In Outdoors Rare Magnets - Lanthanide components are ferromagnetic metals. This implies that they the ability to be charged much the same as iron. Be that as it may, their curie temperatures (the temperature at which they lose their attraction) are normally underneath the typical room temperature. This illustrates why rare [...]

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  • Accelerator Magnets Sm2Co17 and Nd2Fe14B magnets

Accelerator Magnets

Accelerator Magnets – Powerful and High Heat Permanent Magnets After the invention of the alternating gradient principle, researchers began to use permanent magnet in accelerators. It shows that the magnetic fields could be used to control the transverse envelope of charged-particle beams. Since that time, permanent-magnet materials have found wide application in the modern charged [...]

  • Buy Rare Earth Magnets From China

Buy Rare Earth Magnets From China MPCO

Buy Rare Earth Magnets From China MPCO Rare Earth Magnets A rare earth magnets is know as neodymium magnet, NdFeB magnet, NIB or Neo magnet, the most widely used type of rare–earth magnet, is a permanent NdFeB magnet made from an alloy of neodymium, iron and boron to form the Nd2Fe14B tetragonal crystalline structure. The [...]

  • Magnet Knowledge

Magnet Knowledge

Magnet Knowledge 1.How to order a magnet? In order to enable us to more effectively cooperate with your work, we need you to confirm the following before placing an order: (1). What is the material and performance? (2).What is the size and tolerance? (3). Which magnetized direction you need? Axial, diametrical? (4). The maximum temperature [...]

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