FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
"World's strongest magnets"?
1. Attractive forceWhen we speak colloquially about the "power" of a magnet, we usually refer to the following features:
- the adhesive force on direct contact with a metal plate (or another magnet);
- the attractive force to a piece of iron (or another magnet) at a certain distance.
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2. Resistance to loss of magnetisationThere are permanent magnets that can have just as much attractive force as our neodymium super magnets. Those are referred to as AlNiCo magnets (we have a few of them in our assortment). However, they have one critical disadvantage to our super magnets:
Maximum energy product (BH)maxThe attributes "attractive force" and "power of resistance" are usually combined in the physical value "maximum energy product" (BH)max (see physical magnet data).
- Maximum achieved today for all permanent magnets: approx. 59 MGOe (sintered NdFeB)
- Estimated technical
- for neodymium magnets: 500 kJ/m³ (63 MGOe)
- for all permanent magnets: approx. 720 kJ/m³ (90 MGOe)
- Estimated theoretical limit for all permanent magnets: 960 kJ/m³ (120 MGOe)
10 pcs. 0,31 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 5 mm, height 2 mm
20 pcs. 0,55 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 8 mm, height 6 mm
10 pcs. 0,50 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 9 mm, height 3 mm
20 pcs. 0,37 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 10 mm, height 1,5 mm
10 pcs. 0,53 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 10 mm, height 3 mm
5 pcs. 0,74 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 10 mm, height 5 mm
5 pcs. 0,91 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 15 mm, height 3 mm
5 pcs. 1,02 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 20 mm, height 2 mm
10 pcs. 0,49 EUR ea.*Block magnet 10 x 10 x 1,2 mm
Other important factorsThe power is not only determined by the magnetic material used; equally important are the following factors:
- Volume of the magnet
- Form of the magnet
- Proportions of the magnet (e.g. the ratio of the diameter to the height of a disc magnet)
- Combination with other materials, e.g. is the magnet mounted on a piece of metal, in a metal pot, or is it "free-standing".