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Neodymium Magnets

Neodymium magnets are considered the strongest permanent magnets commercially available around the world. They offer excellent magnetism and resistance to demagnetization compared to ferrite, alnico, and even samarium-cobalt magnets. Since the inception of these magnets, they have gained a strong market position as the most popular magnets with a wide variety of applications. Industries such as medical science, electric motor, renewable energy, and technology depend heavily on super strong neody...

Neodymium magnets are considered the strongest permanent magnets commercially available around the world. They offer excellent magnetism and resistance to demagnetization compared to ferrite, alnico, and even samarium-cobalt magnets. Since the inception of these magnets, they have gained a strong market position as the most popular magnets with a wide variety of applications. Industries such as medical science, electric motor, renewable energy, and technology depend heavily on super strong neodymium magnets. These magnets are so important that it is believed many of the advancements that took place in the last 30 years would not have occurred. 

They are also helpful for domestic purposes and DIY Hobbies like jewelry making and other crafts. Because these magnets are super strong, performance efficient, and resistant to demagnetization, they can be manufactured in various sizes and shapes, even smaller than 1mm, making their uses endless.

Rare-Earth Magnets

Neodymium magnets are also identified as rare earth magnets because neodymium is included in the rare-earth family of components. The term rare does not indicate that neodymium is scarce. It is available in abundance in the earth’s crust. It is even more commonly found than precious metals like gold. The rare term is taken from their geochemical properties; rare-earth elements are usually dispersed and are not presently concentrated in the economically exploitable deposits.

To make super-strength magnets, neodymium is not the only component used, but it can be combined with others like iron and boron and sometimes with other elements. 

Neodymium magnets are corrosion resistant, and because of their super-strength properties, they are brittle. Even permanent magnets can lose their magnetism at a rate of 5% every 100 years, which indicates that they are not permanent in the true sense. However, if neodymium magnets are kept in the right conditions, they will maintain their magnetism for a very long time.

Applications of Neodymium Magnets

Since the first neodymium magnet production, they have been used for a great variety of applications. Many industries rely on these magnets, and many advancements in these years can be attributed to neodymium magnets. 

Besides industrial and commercial use, neodymium magnets can also be used for domestic purposes and are majorly favored by DIYers or hobbyists. Because of their unique properties, such magnets can be made in various sizes and shapes and used for many applications.

  • Hard Disk Drives
  • Audio equipment such as acoustic pick-ups, microphones, loudspeakers, and headphones.
  • Dentures
  • Magnetically coupled pumps
  • Motors and generators
  • Door catches
  • Jewelry
  • Bearings
  • Magnetic therapy
  • MRI scanners
  • ABS (anti-lock braking) system sensors
  • DIY home improvement
  • Print finishing
  • Point of sale displays
  • Crafts and model making
  • Reed switches
  • Magnetic separates
  • Lifting machinery
  • Levitation devices.

Why Should You Choose Neodymium Magnets?

A neodymium magnet is a tetragonal crystal created by neodymium, iron, and baron. It is also known as NdFeB magnets and has been widely used for many applications. As previously mentioned, these magnets are permanent magnets and are the most commonly used rare-earth magnets. Even though some magnets can lose their magnetism by some percentage every 100 years, neodymium magnets can last even longer if kept in proper condition. 

They have been popular in the industry for the longest time with properties like corrosion resistance, super-strength, and resistance to demagnetization. Therefore, if you need a magnet for any of the above applications, neodymium is the way to go.


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Applications Available in a variety of colours to suit any environment With countersunk hole for screw fixing
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Applications Available in a variety of colours to suit any environment With countersunk hole for screw fixing
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Applications The plastic hooks are available in a variety of colours to suit any of your needs Turns freely 360˚ around Great for hanging various items in a desired direction without the need for nails or screws
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Neodymium Deep Pot Bi-Pole Magnets The Rare Earth Magnets are the most recent of the magnetic materials developed and have been introduced because of the high flux magnetic field they produce. They were manufactured in commercial quantities in the early 1990's and replaced many of the applications which previously had been designed for Cast Alnico and Ferrite materials. Rare Earth magnets particularly the Neodymium Iron Boron grades max. energy product were 5 to 10 times stronger than the conventional Alnico and Ferrite grades. This enabled designers to reduce component size. Minimising contact area with high strength Manufactured from Rare Earth material giving high strength flux fields Neodymium magnet in a cylindrical brass pot assembled with steel pole pieces to give a multi-pole ratio on the contact face Multi-pole effect gives superior grip at the contact face ideal for clamping or lifting application Shallow field circuit gives suitability for positioning jigs soldering fixtures etc N35 grade nickel plated magnet material These pots have a maximum operating temperature of 80°C Applications: Energy Engineering such as Wind Power generation Computer Disc Drives Magnet Separation Magnetic Filtration Loudspeaker Drive Units Holding and Clamping Work Holding Instrumentation
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Eclipse Neodymium Shallow Pot Magnets With Internal Thread Eclipse Neodymium shallow pot magnets with internal thread have a zinc body and a threaded stem. The magnets can be used together with every kind of threaded/tapped screw. Features and Benefits High resistance to de-magnetisation High holding force Internal thread Easy to remove Typical Applications Mechanical engineering and plant construction.
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Neodymium Disc Magnets Neodymium iron boron 'rare earth' material Strongest magnet material available 80°C max. operating temperature High resistance to de-magnetisation Anisotropic N35 grade material Can be used in a variety of attracting, clamping and positioning applications
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Adhesive Backed Disc Magnets These adhesive-backed neodymium magnets from Eclipse Magnets feature 3M 486 adhesive backing for the best possible adhesion coupled with the strongest magnet material currently available. 3M 486 adhesive backing for best adhesion Quick release tab for fast and effective liner removal Strongest magnet material available Maximum operating temperature 80°C Two polarity types are available – one with the North pole visible (/N versions) and one with the South pole visible (/S versions)
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Eclipse Neodymium Shallow Pot Magnets With Internal Thread Eclipse Neodymium shallow pot magnets with internal thread have a zinc body and a threaded stem. The magnets can be used together with every kind of threaded/tapped screw. Features and Benefits High resistance to de-magnetisation High holding force Internal thread Easy to remove Typical Applications Mechanical engineering and plant construction.
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Neodymium Disc Magnets Neodymium iron boron 'rare earth' material Strongest magnet material available 80°C max. operating temperature High resistance to de-magnetisation Anisotropic N35 grade material Can be used in a variety of attracting, clamping and positioning applications
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Threaded Neck Pot Magnets These rubber-covered neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets from Eclipse Magnets offer strong holding force that resists corrosion and protects against surface damage. These neodymium magnets are recommended for use with painted or varnished articles, or applications where a strong magnetic force is required, without scratching or marking. The rubber coating protects the magnet even in humid conditions where corrosion is more likely. Even after years of use the holding force is not weakened.
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Eclipse Neodymium Magnet 32kg, Width 32mm

Eclipse Neodymium Magnet 9kg, Width 20mm

Eclipse Neodymium Magnet 19kg, Width 25mm

Eclipse Neodymium Magnet 52kg, Width 40mm

Eclipse 32mm Neodymium Magnet

Eclipse 40mm Threaded Hole M6 Neodymium Magnet

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