Our products include hundreds of standard magnetic assemblies that can be used in workshops, schools, homes, supermarkets, offices, precast plants, etc. We mainly supply to business customers with magnetic products in various shapes, sizes. Our neodymium pot magnet series, hook magnets, shuttering magnet series, rubber-coated magnets, channel magnets are all our "hot sellers".
We have equipment for metal processing that enables us to produce precision-machined metal parts or mould-made punching parts at requested size & shape; in our rubber coating workshop we use EPDM, TPV to produce coated parts. What’s more important is that we are experienced at magnetic circuit design especially on magnetic assemblies of the magnet and metal parts. Combined with the aid of finite element software we can fully exploit magnetic field strength and come up with optimized structure design.
Magnetic assemblies are components or devices or systems that combine magnetic & non-magnetic materials with the aim of high magnetic field and cost reduction. They are used for a huge variety of applications including precast, automation, holding, green energy, tools, etc.
The maximum energy product of a magnet is measured in Mega Gauss Oersteds (MGOe). This is the primary indicator of a magnet's "strength". In general, the higher the maximum energy product value, the greater the magnetic field the magnet will generate in a particular application.
Types of Magnets. The three types of magnets are temporary, permanent, and electromagnets. Magnets are categorized by their source of magnetism. Temporary magnets become magnetized in the presence of a magnetic field.
Sintered Nd-Fe-B magnets will remain magnetized indefinitely. They experience a minuscule reduction in flux density over time. As long as their physical properties remain intact, neodymium magnets will likely lose less than1% of their flux density over 100 years.