Magnetic assembly include magnetic alloys and non-magnetic materials. Magnet alloys are so stiffness that even simple features are difficult to incorporate into the alloys. Installation and application specific features are easily incorporated into non-magnetic materials that normally form shell or magnetic circuit elements. The non-magnetic element will also buffer the mechanical stress of the brittle magnetic material and increase the overall magnetic strength of the magnet alloy.
Magnetic assembly usually have a higher magnetic force than general magnets because the flux conducting element (steel) of the component is usually an integral part of the magnetic circuit. By using magnetic induction, these elements will enhance the magnetic field of the component and focus it to the area of interest. This technique works best when magnetic components are used in direct contact with the workpiece. Even a small gap can greatly affect the magnetic force. These gaps can be actual air gaps or any coating or debris that separates the component from the workpiece.
Product Name: Neodymium magnet assembly with thread
Material: NdFeb magnet, 20 # steel
Coating: passivation and phosphating, Ni, Ni-Cu-Ni, Zn, CR3 + Zn, Tin, gold, silver, epoxy resin, teflon, etc.
Magnetization direction: radial magnetization, axial magnetization, etc.
Grade: N35-N52 (M.H.S.H.U.H.E.H.A)
Purpose: Industrial applications