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Ferrite Magnets Typical Magnetic Properties

Ferrite Magnets Typical Magnetic Properties

This page consists of the Typical Magnetic Properties Table for Ferrite magnets. The table is a comprehensive guide to the technical properties of Ferrite magnets. The standard metrics for measuring magnets are listed with appropriate readings given for each type and grade of Ferrite magnet. These highly technical details are often irrelevant for customers looking for a magnet for a set purpose or physical application. If you have any questions regarding how to pick the right magnet please get in contact with our team. We do have a generous 30 day returns policy and customers can return unused magnets in this time.

A brief glossary of terms has been listed below;

Remanence refers to the process of the magnet becoming magnetised. A magnet is in effect a magnetic storage device. The magnet stores the remanence of the magnetic field it was exposed to in the manufacturing process.

Coercivity is the measure of the magnet’s ability to withstand an external magnetic field. The measurement indicates the magnets ability to withstand the magnetic field without becoming demagnetised.

Intrinsic Coercivity is similar to Coercivity however this measurement expresses the magnets ability to withstand an external magnet causing permanent demagnetisation.

The Maximum Energy Product of a magnet is an indicator for the magnet’s strength. Simply understood as the option to use a small magnet with a higher energy product measurement or to use a larger magnet with a lower energy production.