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About Neodymium Magnets

How do neodymium magnets work?

All magnets work because of their unique atomic structure. Unlike all other objects, the atoms within magnets are all spinning in the same direction. This atomic flow inside of each magnet creates an invisible magnetic force or field around the magnet that can attract or repel other magnets – and attract other metal objects. In addition, all magnets have a north and south pole on opposite sides of the magnet. The north pole of a magnet points roughly toward earth's north pole and vice-versa. In terms of functionality, the common saying is: like poles repel, unlike poles attract.

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What are neodymium magnets?

Neodymium rare earth magnets are made with neodymium, iron, and boron. They are up to 10 times stronger than all other ferrite, ceramic, or alnico magnets of equal size. They are considered to be the strongest magnets on earth.

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What are the most common applications of neodymium magnets?

The most common places you’ll find neodymium magnets include: • Retail signs and counter displays. • Trade show booths and staging structures. • Leather purses, bags, garments, and holsters. • Custom boxes for premium products. • Presentation folders and scrapbooks. • Arts, crafts, and jewelry. • Wood doors and cabinets as door latches. • Health bracelets, bandages, and other medical devices. • Window coverings and blinds. • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices. • Audio speakers. • Vacuum cleaners and other motorized household appliances. • Bicycle dynamos. • Computer hard drives. • Wind turbine generators. • Fishing reel brakes. • Permanent...

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How is the pull force of a magnet measured?

The pull force is the force required to pull a magnet directly off of a steel plate. As it is measured in laboratory conditions, most real world applications will not reach the maximum pull strength listed.Pull force is measured in pounds or kilograms. Many factors can impact why the magnet may not be performing at the listed pull strength. Most commonly it is due to gravity. The strength of the magnet drops 65 percent or more when used in a horizontal application such as on the side of a refrigerator instead of in a vertical application such as on the underside of a metal...

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How are neodymium magnets listed on your site?

All of our neodymium magnets are organized by shape and listed from the smallest to the largest available. Standard magnet shapes include discs, rings, cylinders, blocks, bars, cubes, and spheres. Some magnets are also available with countersunk holes or adhesive attached.Each magnet also has a corresponding strength or pull force rating measured in pounds or milligrams. The larger the magnet, the stronger the pull force generally speaking. Anything above seven pounds of pull force can pinch your fingers and should be handled carefully.

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