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  • What is a samarium cobalt magnet?

    What is a samarium cobalt magnet?

    Samarium cobalt magnets, also called samarium cobalt permanent magnets, are powerful permanent magnets made of two basic elements, samarium and cobalt. Like neodymium iron boron, it also belongs to the rare earth magnet category, and currently mainly consists of two components: SmCo5 and Sm2Co17....
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  • Do you know a few of the various uses of magnets?

    Do you know a few of the various uses of magnets?

    Magnets are composed of atoms such as iron, cobalt, and nickel. The internal structure of the atoms is quite special and they have a magnetic moment. Magnets can generate magnetic fields and have the property of attracting ferromagnetic materials such as iron, nickel, cobalt and other metals. Cl...
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  • The difference between strong magnet and ordinary magnet

    The difference between strong magnet and ordinary magnet

    Neodymium magnet is a kind of powerful magnet. Compared with ferrite magnets, alnico magnets, and samarium cobalt, its magnetic properties greatly surpass other types of magnets. Neodymium magnets can absorb 640 times their own weight.Therefore, NdFeB magnet is often called a powerful magnet by o...
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  • Permanent rare earth magnet

    Permanent rare earth magnet materials are the largest consumer realm. At present, the mainly permanent rare earth magnet material is neodymium magnets (NdFeB), the component comprises about 30% of praseodymium-neodymium and 2% Dy-Fe. Permanent NdFeB magnet is used widely in wind power, energy-sav...
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  • Permanent Rare Earth Magnetics Material

    Permanent NdFeB magnets are mainly applied to inverter air conditioner compressor in the field of energy-saving appliances. Currently, the representative manufacturers -GREE, their permanent magnet synchronous inverter centrifuge entered the nuclear power market, major brands need to grasp the te...
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  • What is a Strong Magnet?

    Manufacturers and consumers researching specific magnet types may come across the term “strong magnet” in their search. At first, this sounds like an attribute that should be necessary for any magnet – who would buy something called a “weak magnet”? Alnico magnets are stro...
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