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Rare Earth Typical Magnetic Properties

Rare Earth Physical Properties

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Rare Earth Magnets Production Flow Diagram

Rare Earth Magnets Typical Demagnetization Curves

Rare Earth Magnets Surface Treatment

The most common coating for Neodymium magnets is Nickel + Copper + Nickel (Ni + Cu + Ni). This coating offers the magnet relatively good...

Rare Earth Magnets Range and Tolerance

Magnets are readily available in Blocks, Discs, Cylinders & Rings. AMF Magnetics specializes in the supply of short-run prototype magnets including Arc Segments, various magnetic...

Flexible Magnets Typical Physical Properties

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Flexible Magnets Production Flow Diagram

Flexible Magnets Binder & Coating Selection

Ferrite Typical Physical Properties

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Ferrite Magnets Production Flow Diagram

Ferrite Magnets Typical Demagnetization Curves

Ferrite Magnets Typical Magnetic Properties

Alnico Magnets Typical Physical Properties

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Alnico Magnets Typical Magnetic Properties

Alnico Magnets Production Flow Diagram

Samarium Cobalt Magnets Typical Physical Properties

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Samarium Cobalt Magnets Typical Magnetic Properties

Samarium Cobalt Magnets Production Flow Diagram

Technical Information for magnets

AMF Magnets - Australia's Leading Supplier of Magnets and Magnetic Products AMF Magnets Australia provides over 500 different sizes and grades of Rare Earth -...

Directions of magnetisation

Oriented through thickness Axially oriented Axially oriented in segments Oriented laterally multipole on one face Multipole oriented in segments on outside diameter* Multipole oriented in...

Magnet Grades

Neodymium Grades A Neodymium (Rare Earth) magnets Grade (eg:N42) is an accurate guide to the strength of a magnet. Generally speaking, higher grade numbers indicate a...

What are magnets?

A magnet is an object that expresses a magnetic field. This magnetic field occurs naturally in some minerals or can be produced with modern technology....

Magnets Safety Warning

Please read the following before handling magnets Magnets are more powerful than most people imagine and need to be handled with care. Before handling magnets,...

Glossary of magnet terminology

Anisotropic MagnetA magnet having a preferred direction of magnetic orientation. Coercive force, HcThe demagnetising force, measured in Oersteds necessary to reduce the induction, B to...

Magnets on a vertical surface

There are a remarkable number of variables at play when it comes to choosing the right magnet. One such variable is the orientation of the...

Axially magnetized disc

Is a disc magnet that is axially magnetized completely north on one flat face and completely south on the other flat face. Yes that's correct....

Adhering magnets in your application

  What glue should I use? - This is one of the most frequently asked questions we encounter. In most cases the application will dictate...

Magnet Applications

Magnets are used in just about every product imaginable. Rarely do you see them as they are often used as a component inside other components,...

Magnet Coatings

NICKEL (NiI+Cu+Ni) This coating is the most commonly used on the surface of Neodymium or Rare Earth magnets. 3 layers in total, of nickel then...

N52 Neodymium Magnets

Our N52 Magnets are made from an incredibly strong Neodymium material and are perfect if you need a small magnet with a heavy-duty pull! Often...

Magnet Separating Guide

Avoid snapping or smashing your magnets against each other or metallic objects, as they may chip or break. Follow the steps below to best separate...

Temperatures that Permanent Magnets operate

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...

How to Remove a Magnet

Powerful Neodymium magnets need to be handled CAREFULLY to avoid damage or injury. Other magnetic materials are less challenging to handle, reposition or remove. The...

How do magnets work?

How do magnets work? Electrically charged particles can be found in all matter. These can generate electric currents that create magnetic fields. These magnetic fields...

How to safely remove a magnet

Powerful Neodymium magnets need to be handled CAREFULLY to avoid damage or injury. Other magnetic materials are less challenging to handle, reposition or remove. The...