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Ceramic Magnets (Ferrite)

Ceramic Magnets (also called Ferrite magnets) are made from a composite of iron oxide and barium carbonate or strontium carbonate which is sintered by compacting the fine alloy powder in a die and then fusing it with heat into solid material. Due to their high coercive force they are classified as hard materials (or hard ferrites), as are other permanent magnets including Neodymium, Samarium Cobalt and Alnico. Ferrite magnets can be used in temperatures up to 300 degrees Celsius. They are the most common permanent magnets in use today.

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Ceramic magnets are less costly to manufacture compared to other permanent magnets so they are a very economical option. They have good resistance to corrosion, despite being rather brittle. Ceramic magnets are widely used in magnetic separators, motors, water conditioning assemblies, music speakers, handicrafts, and science experiments. These high-quality permanent magnets are available in discs, blocks, cylinders, and rings. We also have ceramic pot magnets.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More