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FERRITE Ring Magnet FR135X56X12,5mm

FERRITE Ring Magnet FR135X56X12,5mm

R57.50

Ferrite ring magnets also known as Ceramic magnets, are the strongest type of permanent magnet commercially available.

FERRITE RING MAGNET FR135X56X12,5mm

APPLICATION IDEAS 

  • Fridge Magnets
  • Locks for doors
  • Craft Projects
  • Do It Yourself Projects
  • Office
  • Magnetic clasps : jewelry , packaging , accessories
  • Children’s magnetic toys.
  • Closing mechanism of modern sport equipment
  • Point of Sale Displays
  • Hanging Artwork
  • Business Displays and Signage
  • Crafts
  • Hobbies and model making
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Magnotherapy
  • Print finishing
  • Audio Equipment
  • Jewelry
  • Joinery

Use On Any Magnetic Surface!
Use with any ferrous material!

Description

FERRITE Ring Magnet FR135X56X12,5mm
MOST VERSATILE COMMERCIAL MAGNET!

FERRITE Ring Magnet FR135X56X12,5mm, PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: 

  • Material : N42 Ferrite Ring Magnet
  • Type : Permanent
  • Size : Diameter !80mm X Width 40mm  X Height 10mm Ferrite ring magnet.
  • Shape : Ring
  • Colour : Charcoal/ Grey

Depending on the application, it may be a requirement to have a hole inside the disc magnet. This is sometimes called a ring magnet.

Ferrite ring magnets also known as Ceramic magnets, are strong permanent magnets used for a variety of different applications.

FERRITE RING MAGNET FR135X56X12,5mm

EXAMPLES FOR USE:

  • Fridge Magnets
  • Locks for doors
  • Craft Projects
  • Do It Yourself Projects
  • Office
  • Magnetic clasps : jewelry , packaging , accessories
  • Children’s magnetic toys.
  • Closing mechanism of modern sport equipment
  • Point of Sale Displays
  • Hanging Artwork
  • Business Displays and Signage
  • Crafts
  • Hobbies and model making
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Magnotherapy
  • Print finishing
  • Audio Equipment
  • Jewelry
  • Joinery

Use On Any Magnetic Surface!
Use with any ferrous material!

They are composed of iron oxide and strontium carbonate.

Ceramic magnets are manufactured using powder technology techniques, meaning they can easily be magnetized or attracted to a magnet. Ferrites can be divided into two families based on their resistance, to being demagnetized (magnetic coercivity).

Ferrite compounds made of mostly rusted iron (iron oxide) are extremely low cost, have excellent corrosion resistance. They are very stable and difficult to demagnetize, can therefore be made with both high and low coercive forces. Yogoro Kato and Takeshi Takei of the Tokyo Institute of Technology synthesized the first ferrite compounds in 1930

Permanent ferrite magnets are made of hard ferrites, which have a high coercivity and high remanence after magnetization. The high coercivity means the materials are very resistant to becoming demagnetized, an essential characteristic for a permanent magnet.

For example, Ferrite cores are used in electronic inductorstransformers, and electromagnets where the high electrical resistance of the ferrite leads to very low eddy current losses, in addition they are commonly seen as a lump in a computer cable, therefore called a ferrite bead, which helps to prevent high frequency electrical noise (radio frequency interference) from exiting or entering the equipment.

In conclusion, for more information, please look at our ferrite magnets.