Ferrite magnets in block form have good corrosion resistance; they also have a high antioxidant power rust-proof. Because of this characteristic, this type of magnet can be used for outdoor applications in damp locations.
Ferrite blocks are not good conductors of electricity and are therefore used for loudspeakers. Ferrite blocks can also be found in magnetic separators in the industrial sector, to reduce maintenance costs and safety.
Ferrite blocks as well as ferrite magnets can be anisotropic and isotropic:
- Isotropic → isotropic magnet in case the ferrite block is isotropic, it will have a force of 500 - 800 Gauss.
- Anisotropic → anisotropic magnet in case the ferrite block is anisotropic, it will have a force of 800 - 1,400 Gauss.
Ferrite blocks are not good conductors of electricity and are therefore used for loudspeakers. Ferrite blocks can also be found in magnetic separators in the industrial sector, in order to reduce maintenance and safety costs.
The standard sizes we work with are those shown below. If other dimensions are required, we can also manufacture them on request.
|2 - 152
|| 0.6 - 101,6
||1 - 40
Block-shaped ferrite magnets can be magnetised in different ways, with the axial or diametrical direction being the most popular. Ferrite blocks are usually intended for various sectors due to their difficulty in demagnetisation.
Maximum working temperature:
Because of the great advantage of resistance to working with them at a temperature of 250°C, ceramic magnets are suitable for applications such as: motors and the manufacture of magnetic systems. They are also used in the production of magnetic closures and microphones.
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