Understanding Neodymium Disc Magnets – Part 2

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Understanding Neodymium Disc Magnets – Part 2

Neodymium Disc Magnets is strongest non-ferrous magnetic performance magnets available in the market. The neodymium is made from a very strong magnet material called neodymium which has high thermal conductivity, strength, tensile strength and the ability to be machined into any shape imaginable. The material can be combined with other materials to produce very strong and lightweight materials. Neodymium can be used for a variety of purposes such as an electrical wire, toys, jewellery, medical and dental equipment, and even aircraft components (such as shock absorbers).

Strongest magnet/magnet e.g. NdFeB disc magnets: Neodymium discs are basically round coin shaped neodymium discs that are of varied thickness and diameter. In general the neodymium discs are magnetised by using an alternating current of electricity, which is generated by an iron core. Generally the thicker the disc the more conductive it is, the larger the diameter of the magnet means stronger electrical currents.

Strongest continuous pull force Neodymium disc magnets: The Neodymium disc can be made into different shapes, the most common shapes are the dome and oblong shapes. As a result they have different compositions, and as a result the strength of the electrical current it produces differs between them. Generally the thicker the disc the weaker the pull force, and the bigger the diameter the stronger the pull force. Therefore the thinner the neodymium disc magnets the weaker the pull force on your ligaments, and the bigger the diameter the stronger the pull force.