The neodymium magnets are classified according to their coercive force with a code that identifies the degree of magnetization: the degree is a code that always begins with the letter N (abbreviation of Neodymium) and is followed by two digits (eg N24, N30, N35, N38, N40, N42, N45, N48, N50 etc.). The lower grades have “less attractive force”, the higher degrees have greater force.
In the market there are magnets with degrees between N24 and N54.
According to the type of alloy Neodymium magnets can have operating temperatures ranging from 80 ° C to 180 ° C and this without changing the magnetic characteristics.
The magnets are available in different shapes, the classic ones are: the disks, the cylinders, the parallelepipeds, the rings, the cubes, the spheres, but we are able to realize them in the form requested by the client.
The neodymium magnets assembled with steel boxes can give life to magnetic systems of different nature and use.
How to use it
Neodymium-Iron-Boro revolutionized modern technology. There is no field that has not been influenced by these new supermagnets.
This is because the neodymium has incredibly increased the performance of all those devices that in the past used other types of magnets, especially in the field of electric motors, loudspeakers, of equipment to service the PC. but we could go on for hours to list all the sectors that have suffered enormous benefits thanks to the adve