Ferrite Magnet Series-----The Traditional Magnets

Made of the base  Fe2O3 and Sr or BaO. There are two different producing ways by pressing, called Isotropic Magnet and Anisotropic. The spread of the magnetic field is very different between Isotropic Magnets and Anisotropic Magnets. There is no magnetic field during pressing for Isotropic Magnets, so there will be more ways to magnetize after sintering than Anisotropic magnets are. Because Anisotropic magnets need pressing with magnetic field, the magnetic direction is fixed during pressing. There is one direction and one way to magnetize after sintering. So Anisotropic Magnets are stronger and more powerful.

Magnetic Spread of Isotropic Magnets:                                           Magnetic Spread of Anisotropic Magnets:       

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Ferrite Magnet Properties

Grade

Br

bHC

iHC

BHmax

Remark

Gau

mT

Oe

KA/m

Oe

KA/m

MGOe

KJ/m

C1

Y10

2000

200

1600

125

2600

210

0.8

6.5

Isotropic

C5

Y30

3900

390

2300

184

2350

188

3.4

27.6

Anisotropic

C8

Y30BH

3900

390

3000

240

3200

256

3.4

27.6

C11

Y35

4100

410

2600

208

2660

212

3.8

30.4


Shapes

Dimension

 

Arches, Rings, Bars, Squares, Rectangles…etc.

 

 

 

 

 

Based on the drawings of customers.

 

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