11 Sep / 2013 Switching From Ferrite Magnets to Rare Earth Magnets
Switching From Ferrite Magnets to Rare Earth Magnets
Switching from traditional ferrite magnets to rare earth magnets is no small thing. Magnets are measured by their BHmax score. The higher the number the stronger the magnet. Most traditional ferrite magnets will have a BHmax of no higher than 3.5. A rare earth magnet can have a BHmax of up to 40, more than ten times stronger! Any time that you have a jump of power like that you will need to carefully consider how to implement it.
03 Oct / 2018 How to Glue Rare Earth Magnets
Does your application require affixing a rare earth magnet to another surface with glue? Follow these tips to ensure your magnet is secure & ready to go.
20 Jun / 2016 How to Choose a Rare Earth Magnet
Choosing the right rare earth magnet depends largely on your application, and finding the right solution often requires talking with a professional. Hello!
11 Feb / 2014 How Does Temperature Affect Different Magnets?
How Does Temperature Affect Different Magnets?
The relationship between magnetic strength and ambient temperature is somewhat complicated. If you are in need of a magnet, however, it is important for you to understand how temperatures affect the strength of different types of magnets before choosing a product. This will allow you to choose the magnet that offers the best value and performance for your situation.
14 Jan / 2015 Fun Facts About Magnets
Fun Facts About Magnets
The biggest magnet on Earth is the planet itself! Learn about the magnetic poles from the magnet experts at Jobmaster.