Neodymium Pot Magnets
Magnetic neodymium systems have low weight and great clamping forces. They withstand temperatures of 80ºC and on request we can supply parts for maximum working temperatures of 150ºC. Perfect for holding large weights in tight spaces.
Magnetic neodymium bases
There are different types of magnetic pots such as: ferrite, alnico and samarium. The most widely used material is neodymium, because the neodymium magnet is the most powerful of all despite of its small appearance.
Neodymium pot magnets can be worked at a temperature of 80°C or up to a maximum of 150°C if they are made according to the customer's needs. If we want to increase the temperature to the maximum allowed, the magnetic force can be reduced between 30% and 40%. As the temperature drops, the magnetic force is restored.
Characteristics of neodymium pot magnets
In our large section of items we have different weights, ranging from 0.95g to 42.22kg and N35-Ni quality, with a tolerance of ± 0.1. It has axial magnetization, it means that magnetic induction lines pass from one surface to another. They can be custom made and with up to 18 magnetic poles.
Neodymium magnetic bases are shaped like a magnetic discs, created from the fusion of a metal container that covers a magnet. Neodymium magnetic pots have a nickel coating which is necessary in order to protect the magnet from chemicals and weather conditions, since the magnet of the container has low corrosion resistance.
Uses of neodymium magnet pots
Neodymium bases are used to secure parts in limited places where high magnetic force is required. This type of magnetic pots is perfect for any type of application because they have a high coercivity and high remanence. Thanks to all their characteristics, engineers use them to manufacture new prototypes of engines, automotive sensors, microphones and wind turbines