• Ferrite or ceramic magnets are still the most commonly used magnets with a highest energy output of 1 to +/- 4.3 MGOe.
  • Due to the increasingly stringent environmental requirements barium ferrite has been in recent years replaced by strontium.
  • Ferrite is the cheapest magnetic material. It is highly resistant to corrosion, a coating is not necessary.
  • This magnetic material is hard and brittle and can be worked with diamond, preferably when it is not magnetized.
  • Due to the shrinkage during sintering a Tolerant of +/- 2% must in the dimensions are included when sanded, +/- 0.1 mm.
  • Possible lower tolerances on request.
  • Ferrite magnets are both isotropic and anisotropic available. They can be used for very different applications, such zBLautsprecher, magnetrons, measuring instruments, toys, engines, reed relays, etc.
  • The operating temperature is, depending on the specification, dimensions, and system design, up to 225⁰C.
  • Specifications: see table. Magnetisierungsmoglichkeiten ….
  • The minimum dimension for a block magnet is 2 x 2 x 2 mm, the maximum dimension of 270 x 90 x 25.4 mm.
  • The minimum dimension for a disc magnet is ∅2 x 1 mm, the maximum dimension ∅156 x 25 mm.
  • The minimum dimension for a ring magnet is ∅8 x ∅2,5 x 3 mm, the maximum dimension ∅256 x ∅ * x 25 mm (* inside diameter after consultation).

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