What is the application of ferrite magnets?
Ferrite magnets are used in, for example: speakers, toys, motors, reed contacts, microwaves and industrial magnet systems such as filters and handling systems.
Ferrite magnets are popular because of their stability, affordable price and short delivery time. In addition, they have excellent magnetic properties.
Does your product require a magnet which tolerates high operating temperatures up to 300 °C, while maintaining magnetic force? Then choose permanent ferrite magnets.
In addition to the high operating temperature, these magnets have excellent resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation. Applying a coating of epoxy, for example, ensures clean, dust-free magnets.
What is the solution for breakage and fragmentation?
Permanent ferrite magnets are hard and brittle. This makes them less suitable for direct application in mechanical construction.
There is a high chance that they will break and splinter under mechanical load. For this we have two solutions:
- Magnet assemblies with ferrite magnets.
- Ferrite combined with a flexible plastic; available as magnetic sheet, magnetic band and magnetic tape.
How do we ensure manufacturability, reliable quality and stable supply?
The magnetic properties of each magnetic alloy are different. Many manufacturers deliver a quality that does not meet the requirements you set.
Over half a century, we have built up a strong network of controlled and certified manufacturers. In addition, we are IATF and AS9120 certified. We assess in advance whether your magnet can be made and whether the desired properties are measurable.
In addition to manufacturability, reliability and quality, it is also important that you receive a magnet with a stable price and delivery time.
- meet the right magnetic specifications
- are high-quality and reliable
- are certified and inspected.
As there is a lot of variation in ferrous magnets, our team is happy to help you make the right choice. Send us your inquiry about ferrite magnets: email@example.com.
Goudsmit Magnetics, because a magnet is always part of a bigger picture!
What grades of ferrite magnets are there?
We supply these magnets in isotropic and anisotrope quality.
The function of the ferrite magnet within your product determines which magnet properties are required.
- The anisotrope ferrite magnet has a higher magnetic force.
- The isotropic ferrite magnet is especially suitable when your product requires a magnet with a special magnetic direction.
Ferrite magnets are perfect for mass production, entirely according to the customer’s requirements. The raw material for this magnet alloy is easy to obtain and inexpensive.
View the various qualities and properties of permanent ferrite magnets.
Here you will find an explanation of the product key coding of permanent magnets.
Want to know about the possibilities? Our magnet experts will be happy to help you.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31 (0)40 221 3283 for more information on ferrite magnets.