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NdFeB Magnets Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets Datasheet
Time:09/20/2018
NdFeB Magnets Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets Datasheet

NdFeB magnets are also know as Neo, Neodymium Iron Boron, NdBFe, NIB, Super Strength, and Rare Earth Magnets (although SmCo also shares this term). This data sheet covers the standard production 55. range of NdFeB magnets (currently 55 grades) that are commonly in use. They are used in nearly all Industries:- Automotive, Aerospace, Wind Turbine, Military, White Goods, Lighting, Food Preparation, Separation, Motor and Generator Industries are just a few example Industries. Our NdFeB magnets are all REACH and ROHS compliant. They do not contain any SVHC. NdFeB is produced to ISO9001 and ISO14001 Quality Control Standards. CofC, with PPAP is available for our NdFeB magnets.TS16949 also is available. NdFeB magnets can be made in blocks, discs, rings, arcs, spheres, triangles, trapezoids and many other shapes as stock and custom items. We manufacture NdFeB assemblies. We have a NDA (Confidentiality Agreement) form if you require peace of mind relating to confidentiality.

The most common range of NdFeB (Nxx versions) will usually operate at up to +80 degrees C. The temperature ratings are guideline values. Higher temperature versions (NxxM, NxxH, NxxSH, NxxUH, NxxEH, NxxVH/AH) are rated from up to +100 degrees C to a maximum of up to +230 degrees C. The total magnetic circuit (magnet shape, other components, surrounding environmental conditions) can impact on the actual maximum temperature and performance. In some applications the temperature at which significant weakening is seen may be at or slightly above the recommended maximum temperature. In some applications the temperature at which significant weakening is seen may be noticeably below the recommended maximum temperature it depends on the application.

All NdFeB magnets should have some form of protective coating to minimise and ideally prevent corrosion. Uncoated is not advised. The default / standard protective coating is Ni?Cu?Ni plating. Other coatings/finishes exist (over 40 finishes are currently available). Where maximum corrosion resistance is required for NdFeB, consider using the increased corrosion resistance range of NdFeB alloys.

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