search holder 97x40 [M8+M10] GW F300 Lina / N38
catalog number 210383
380.00 kg / 3726.53 N
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Specification UMP 97x40 [M8+M10] GW F300 Lina / N38
Magnetic properties of the material N38
Physical properties of sintered neodymium magnets Nd2Fe14B
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Advantages and disadvantages of neodymium magnets NdFeB.
Apart from immense strength, neodymium magnets have the following advantages:
- They do not lose their strength (of the magnet). After about 10 years, their power decreases by only ~1% (theoretically),
- They are exceptionally resistant to demagnetization caused by an external magnetic field,
- In other words, thanks to the shiny coating of nickel, gold, or silver, the element acquires an aesthetic appearance,
- They have exceptionally high magnetic induction on the surface of the magnet,
- By using an appropriate combination of materials, they can achieve significant thermal resistance, allowing them to operate at temperatures up to 230°C and above...
Disadvantages of neodymium magnets:
- They are fragile when subjected to a powerful impact. If the magnets are exposed to impacts, we recommend using magnets in a steel housing. The steel housing in the form of a holder protects the magnet from impacts and at the same time increases its overall strength,
- High temperatures can reduce the strength of neodymium magnets. Typically, after heating above 80°C, most of them experience a permanent reduction in strength (although it is dependent on the form and size). To prevent this, we offer special magnets marked with the symbol [AH], which are highly resistant to high temperatures. They can operate even at temperatures up to 230°C, making them an ideal solution for applications requiring high-temperature operation,
- They rust in a humid environment - during outdoor use, we recommend using waterproof magnets, such as those made of rubber or plastic,
- The use of a cover - a magnetic holder is recommended due to the limited production capabilities of creating threads or complex shapes in the magnet
Handle Neodymium Magnets Carefully
Neodymium magnets are extremely fragile, resulting in breaking.
In the event of a collision between two neodymium magnets, it can result in them getting chipped. Despite being made of metal and coated with a shiny nickel plating, they are not as hard as steel. In the case of a collision between two magnets, there can be a scattering of small sharp metal fragments in different directions. Protecting your eyes is essential.
Neodymium magnets are the most powerful magnets ever invented. Their strength can shock you.
Please review the information on how to handle neodymium magnets and avoid significant harm to your body, as well as prevent unintentional disruption to the magnets.
Dust and powder from neodymium magnets are flammable.
Do not attempt to drill into neodymium magnets. Mechanical processing is also not recommended. If the magnet is crushed into fine powder or dust, it becomes highly flammable.
Keep neodymium magnets away from the wallet, computer, and TV.
Strong magnetic fields emitted by neodymium magnets can destroy magnetic storage media such as floppy disks, credit cards, magnetic ID cards, cassette tapes, video tapes, or other devices. They can also damage televisions, VCRs, computer monitors, and CRT displays. You should especially avoid placing neodymium magnets near electronic devices.
Avoid contact with neodymium magnets if you have a nickel allergy.
Studies show a small percentage of people have allergies to certain metals, including nickel. An allergic reaction often manifests as skin redness and rash. If you have a nickel allergy, you can try wearing gloves or simply avoid direct contact with nickel-plated neodymium magnets.
Do not bring neodymium magnets close to GPS and smartphones.
Strong fields generated by neodymium magnets interfere with compasses and magnetometers used in navigation, as well as internal compasses of smartphones and GPS devices.
Neodymium magnets are primarily characterized by their significant internal force. They attract to each other, and any object that comes in their way will be affected.
Magnets will jump and also clash together within a distance of several to almost 10 cm from each other. If have a finger between or on the path of attracting magnets, there may be a large cut or even a fracture.|Magnets may crack or alternatively crumble with careless connecting to each other. You can't approach them to each other. At a distance less than 10 cm you should have them extremely firmly.|Magnets will attract each other within a distance of several to about 10 cm from each other. Don't put your fingers in the path of magnet attraction, because a major injury may occur. Magnets, depending on their size, are able even cut off a finger or there can be a significant pressure or even a fracture.
People with pacemakers are advised to avoid neodymium magnets.
Neodymium magnets generate very strong magnetic fields that can interfere with the operation of a pacemaker. This happens because such devices have a function to deactivate them in a magnetic field.
Keep neodymium magnets away from youngest children.
Neodymium magnets are not toys. Do not allow children to play with them. Small magnets can pose a serious choking hazard. If multiple magnets are swallowed, they can attract to each other through the intestinal walls, causing significant injuries, and even death.
Neodymium magnets can demagnetize at high temperatures.
Although magnets have demonstrated their effectiveness up to 80°C or 175°F, the temperature can vary depending on the type, shape, and intended use of the specific magnet.