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Jobmasters Has Found the Right Magnet For Most Industries

A rare earth magnet like neodymium or samarium-cobalt is stronger than alnico and ceramic magnets, which means they will work well in industrial or heavy duty applications.

 
 
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PRLog - Dec. 23, 2010 - MILTON, Canada -- Magnets to Suit Every Need

Alnico is a commonly used stock magnet, which is also called a permanent magnet. Permanent magnets, like alnico, are known for keeping their magnetic properties for a long period of time.   Strong temperature stability allow alnico magnets to perform in applications using high temperatures.  Industrial and manufacturing industries use alnico magnets, which can be used in high temperatures of 425 - 525 degrees Celsius.  Alnico is an economical magnet that can be produced using small custom-ground batches, which means that it is a magnet that is quite affordable to have customized if the current stock sizes or strengths that are available to you don`t meet your requirements. There are numerous benefits to alnico magnets such as the resistance of high temperatures, ability to maintain magnetic qualities, strength and affordability.  For a variety of industrial and consumer applications alnico magnets are a great choice.

Ceramic and iron oxide are usually the base materials for ceramic ferrite magnets.  They are made from pressing and sintering mixtures of ceramic and magnetic powders. Sintering is a process used in manufacturing magnets when two main materials are combined and then melted down to the point where they stick to each other. Ceramic ferrite magnets are often brittle and hard.Although the terms hard and soft are misleading ceramic ferrite magnets are categorized as either being a hard ferrite or a soft ferrite.  The difference between soft and hard ferrite magnets is in the intensity of the magnetic field required to de-magnetize the material .  Hard ferrite needs a more intensive magnetic field than soft ferrite. There are many practical uses of ceramic magnets whether at school, at home or in the workplace.  For example, ceramic magnets are unique in that they can be applied to flexible fabrics, making them great for crafts and decorative purposes.  There are a wide variety of uses for ceramic magnets .  

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As far as rare earth magnets go, neodymium is one of the most popular because it is affordable and generally strong.  All rare earth magnets are considered permanent and strong, and they are called permanent magnets because they don't easily lose their magnetism.  Developed over 40 years ago, rare earth magnets are still the strongest type of permanent magnet available.  Rare earth magnets are composed of alloys of rare earth elements, including iron, nickel and cobalt.  These magnets are usually plated or coated to protect them from breaking and chipping because they tend to be brittle, making them more vulnerable to corrosion.  Samarium-cobalt and neodymium are to of the most commonly used rare earth magnets.  The strongest of all permanent magnets is neodymium, which is even stronger than alnico, samarium-cobalt or ferrite magnets.  The term rare earth magnet is misleading, in fact neodymium is not made of rare elements at all, it is composed of common elements like boron, iron and neodymium which are commonly found and is why neodymium is not expensive to produce. You will find neodymium magnets used in a number of different applications like the industrial, health, security, mechanics and electronics fields.  

Magnetic strips that are flexible are used in many industries for a variety of purposes.  Magnets use magnetism to work.  When placed next to a ferrous metal or another magnet, the force of magnetism will pull or attract the metal or magnet.  Once a magnet touches the surface of another magnet or a ferrous metal the two objects will become attached. There are a variety of uses of magnets, whether you're in a commercial, marketing, retail or industrial field.  Flexible magnetic strips are extremely dexterous.  The advertising uses of flexible magnetic strips include labels, point of sale displays, vehicle signs and signage. Flexible magnets are also great for planning boards and printed magnets, such as fridge magnets.  Fridge magnets in particular are an excellent advertising tool, because your clients and potential customers can keep your information in a handy, prominent spot in their kitchen, which is often the hub of activity in a home.  Fridge magnets ensure that customers never have to search for your contact details and they will always remember the products or services you offer..  

Their durability makes block magnet a common industrial favourite.  Depending on your needs, the composition you choose for your block magnet will differ. You should consider the purpose and conditions you will use the magnet for before you choose the type of block magnet to use. A rare earth magnet like neodymium or samarium-cobalt is stronger than alnico and ceramic magnets, which means they will work well in industrial or heavy duty applications.  In addition to the strength of the magnet you need to consider the temperature and keep in mind that some magnets lose or maintain magnetism at different temperatures. The type of magnet you will use will depend on your needs, but keep in mind how easy or difficult it is to demagnetize the magnet when you make your decision.

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Jobmaster Magnets is The only designer, manufacturer and customized magnet supplier in Canada, Jobmaster Magnets brings value to diverse industries across North America including manufacturing, automotive, food, automation and plastics.

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