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Ferrite Magnets Typical Demagnetization Curves

Typical Demagnetization Curves for Ferrite Magnets

Ferrite magnets are among the most popular for everyday applications. Although weaker in magnetic strength than a Neodymium magnet, they are more resistant to corrosion and less brittle. Aquatic applications are no problem for Ferrite magnets as they are already oxidised and won’t suffer from oxidation as Neo magnets will. Ferrite magnets are also able to operate at far higher temperatures than Rare Earth magnets. They are ideal for use in motors and generators for this reason.

Unlike many other ferromagnetic materials, Ferrite magnets are not actually electrically conductive. This means they can be useful for applications where they suppress eddy currents, an example of this would be in a transformer.
Ferrite magnets are also the most economical choice of magnet for high volumes. Popular for fridge magnets, whiteboard magnets and craft magnets as they are low in cost. If the strength of a Neodymium magnet is not required, Ferrite magnets are the most cost effective option.

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