Ferrite magnets are resistant to many chemical substances, such as solvents, bleaches and fluorhydric acid. Ferrite magnets are quality, economical components that can be found in applications as diverse as automation, control, measurement and others. Ferrite magnets can be isotropic or anisotropic: for anisotropic qualities, the particles are aligned in a single direction, obtaining better magnetic characteristics.
Ferrite magnets, the most economical resource to use in outdoor situations, places where resistance to extreme temperatures (more than 80ºC) is required and in humid places, ruling out the possibility of oxidation. On the other hand, if you need a magnet for small spaces indoors in which great clamping force is required, the right magnet would be the neodymium magnet.
Ferrite magnets have a lower budget, together with their high resistance to high temperatures and oxidation.
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