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Rare Earth Neodymium Magnets Manufacturer
ALB Materials Inc Manufacturer of standard and custom rare earth magnets for the OEM industry.
Materials used include sintered and bonded neodymium iron boron, samarium cobalt, aluminum nickel cobalt, ferrite (ceramic), and rubber.
Neodymium Magnet Manufacturing Methods:
Neodymium Magnets are typically manufactured by a powdered metallurgical process utilizing rigid steel or rubber molds.
Micron size Neodymium and iron boron powder is produced in an inert gas atmosphere and then compacted in a rigid steel mold or in a rubber mold. The rubber mold is compacted on all sides by fluid and it is referred to as isostatic pressing. The steel molds will produce shapes similar to the final product, while the rubber mold will only create large blocks (loaves) of Neodymium magnet alloy.
The Neodymium alloy’s magnetic performance in both compacting methods is optimized by applying a magnetic field before or during the pressing operation. This applied field imparts a preferred direction of magnetization, or orientation to the Neodymium magnet alloy. The alignment of particles results in an anisotropic alloy and vastly improves the residual induction (Br) and other magnetic characteristics of the finished rare earth magnet. After pressing, the Neodymium Magnets are sintered and heat treated until they reach their fully dense condition. The die pressed magnets are ground to the final dimensions, but the brick magnets from the rubber mold method are usually squared on large grinders and then sliced to the final geometry. Isostaticly pressed alloy has higher magnetic properties than the die pressed material, but it may lack the uniformity.
Various magnetization options available.
Rare Earth Magnets Application include retail fixtures, Motor Magnets, Speaker Magnets, Relays & Sensors Magnets, Medical Application Magnets, Levitation & Lifting Magnets, Tools & Accessories Magnets, Science Experiment Magnets, Water & Fuel Treatment Magnets, Models & Miniatures Magnets, Aquarium Magnets, Magnets Fishing, Magnetic Base, Crafts & Jewelry Magnets, Refrigerator Magnets, and many more.
Magnets for whiteboards, glass boards, and mounts are also available.
Capabilities include plating, coating, magnetization, design, simulation, 3D printing or prototyping, plastic injection molding and production.
Design & manufacturer of permanent holding magnets to hold, feed, transfer, locate, guide parts & position.
Used in production & product application.
Custom assemblies for unusual installation, many sizes in stock, use as alternative to conventional holding, positioning & fastening methods.
Ceramic magnets handles most applications.
Alnico magnets for high temperature use.
Electromagnets for robotic & automation applications & anywhere that electrically controllable magnetic force is required.
Available in many sizes, for moving & lifting smooth flat parts, custom applications are available.
Ceramic magnets for resistance to demagnetization.
Rare earth magnets for temperature stability.
Rubber magnets for multiple magnetization pattern concentrates magnetic strength on 1 face.
Neodymium magnets also available.
Neodymium is the strongest available magnet alloy at up to 52 'Mega-Gauss Oersteds' (MGOe).
The use of Neodymium results in smaller, more cost-effective magnet solutions replacing older materials like Alnico and Ceramic? in many applications.
ALB can help optimize performance and cost with Neo magnets in grades from 33 to 52MGOe and operating temperatures up to 230°C/446°F.
Neo magnets are ten times stronger than the strongest ceramic magnet.
They’re also the most powerful commercially produced industrial magnet on the market.
In fact, a single Neo magnet, weighing only a few grams can hold up to a thousand times its own weight.
Neo magnets are so powerful that you must use caution when handling them.
Their force may cause them to attract to metal or each other, painful if your fingers are caught in their path.
Composed of mainly neodymium, iron and boron, most of our neo magnets are grade N35 and nickel plated.
Custom manufacturer & distributor of sintered/bonded neodymium powder iron boron rare earth permanent magnets.
Available as magnetic rings, magnetic cylinders, sphere magnets, horseshoe magnets, magnetic discs, ball magnets & rectangular magnets.
Types of plating & finishes include zinc, nickel, silver, gold-plating, phosphor, rubber & spray epoxy resin.
Sintered/bonded neodymium iron boron rare earth permanent magnets are used in DC motors, wind generators, sound devices & magnetic suspension systems.
Capabilities include offset printing & digital printing.
We have invested millions of dollars in our own test labs and factories.
So our tools will go toe-to-toe with the top professional brands.
And we can sell them for a fraction of the price because we cut out the middleman and pass the savings on to you.
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How to choose and buy a strong neodymium magnet? ALBMagnets is a professional company for strong magnet design and manufacturing,
providing you with reliable N35, N38, N42, N52, N42SH and other grade super neodymium magnets and SmCo rare earth magnets.