Recently, due to the dynamically growing number of customers interested in purchasing our magnets and magnetizers, we are flooded with questions about the applications of neodymium magnets. People ask what they can be used for. The answer can be only one - almost everything, as advanced technologies require magnets with high performance. It is not surprising that in the last 20 years, neodymium magnets have become extremely popular, especially in motors, sensors, computers, and components for their production, or microwave ovens.
It is the high energy level of neodymium magnets that has allowed for significant miniaturization of both electronic and mechanical components, enabling us to use high-capacity disks, miniature recorders, mp3 players, scales, and automotive braking systems.
In addition to the wide range of industrial applications of magnets, there are many situations where magnets successfully pass the test in our private lives. It should be added that our magnets, when given as a gift, usually attract the longest and most attention among all other inexpensive presents.
An enormous advantage of neodymium magnets is their durability over time - they will certainly not lose their magnetism during our lifetime, as they only lose 1% of their power over 10 years. The maximum operating temperature for neodymium magnets is 220°C. Exceeding this temperature causes demagnetization of the magnet.
The exceptional properties of neodymium magnets are, among other things, a result of the modern method of their production. This process involves pressing individual raw materials at a very high temperature, followed by bonding or sintering. It is important to note that all metals do not melt during this process, and their processing occurs at each stage only in powdered form. Finally, the connected materials are subjected to a strong magnetic field, which gives them extraordinary power and immense magnetic properties.
When it comes to attaching a sign on the roof, for example, for a taxi or a driving school car, two of these magnets in rubber that hold very stably should be used. These magnets are easy to use and can be removed from the roof at any time without the risk of damaging the surface.
You can purchase magnets in rubber casing with external or internal thread online or by phone. There are various sizes and models available, so you can choose the right magnets for your needs. When ordering such magnets, pay attention to their magnetic strength and whether they have the appropriate thread for mounting in the desired location.
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Fragment detection in soldiers' bodies - Magnets can also be used to detect metal fragments remaining in soldiers' bodies after explosions or gunshot wounds. Magnetic scanners can precisely locate and remove metal pieces, allowing for more effective treatment and reducing the risk of complications. It is worth noting, however, that this method may be ineffective for fragments made of non-metallic materials such as glass or plastic. For these purposes, we recommend cylindrical magnets MW 12x50 or MW 20x35.
Detecting mines and other dangerous objects - Magnets can be used to detect mines and other unexploded ordnance on the battlefield. The magnet attracts metal elements, which can help locate hidden hazards.
Arming projectiles - Many types of projectiles, including rockets, use magnets for arming. Magnets can assist in activating the internal arming systems of projectiles to enable their use.
Attracting metal items - Magnets can be used to attract metal items such as weapons, ammunition, military equipment, or vehicle components. By using magnets, the process of collecting or destroying enemy equipment can be significantly accelerated.
Securing equipment - Magnets can be used to secure equipment in place, especially in the case of vehicles such as tanks or aircraft. Magnets placed inside the vehicle can prevent equipment from shifting or being damaged during shocks caused by explosions or collisions.
Securing buildings and areas - Magnets can be used to secure doors and windows, particularly in the event of terrorist attacks. Magnets can be placed on windows to prevent them from shattering due to explosions or on doors to prevent them from being opened by force.
It should be noted that using magnets to detect metal objects in the human body may pose risks to the health and life of the patient. Therefore, appropriate precautions should be taken, and such examinations should only be performed by qualified medical personnel.