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Application of Neodymium Pot Magnets in Various Fields


1. Application of neodymium pot magnets in the automotive industry


NdFeB magnet manufacturers With the technological innovation of the automotive industry and the human demand for energy conservation and environmental protection, electric or hybrid vehicles with low energy consumption, low noise, and less exhaust gas have become the goals that everyone seeks.


Bonded neodymium pot magnets have the advantages of high magnetic performance, small size and high efficiency. The efficiency of motors using neodymium pot magnets is 8-50% higher than that of ordinary motors, the power consumption is reduced by more than 10%, and the volume and weight can be increased by 30%. above. Complete the development of automobiles in the direction of miniaturization, light weight, high function, energy saving and environmental protection.


2. The application of neodymium pot magnets in electronic products


For a long time, the use of neodymium pot magnets is very common. With the change of time, the era of science and technology continues to move forward, and the use of neodymium pot magnets has become more and more obvious.


neodymium pot magnets not only have small size, light weight and strong magnetic properties, but also neodymium pot magnets are the most reasonable and best magnets in this society.


The most important raw materials of neodymium pot magnets are neodymium metal, pure iron, iron boron alloy and other additives, so neodymium pot magnets have such good performance.


Although magnets bring us a lot of convenience, they also have certain harms. For example, magnetic electronic products such as keyboards and bank cards will be magnetized by magnets.


In the rare earth functional material industry, high-performance NdFeB permanent magnet materials are mainly used, and high-performance NdFeB permanent magnet materials are mainly used in high-end application markets such as new energy and energy conservation and environmental protection, such as EPS, new energy vehicles, etc.


As the third-generation rare earth permanent magnet material, neodymium pot magnets have high performance. The use of neodymium pot magnets is also very common. However, it should be noted that in order to prevent corrosion damage, the surface of neodymium pot magnets needs to be protected during application. , such as electroplating with gold, zinc, etc., and epoxy resin spraying on the surface.


3. What are the success points of neodymium pot magnets?


You must know that in today's society, after thousands of years of development, today's magnets have become an indispensable functional material in our lives.


Through the advanced powder metallurgy process, alloys of different materials can be formed, which can achieve and exceed the effect of magnets, and can also maximize the magnetic force.


Artificial magnets appeared in the 18th century, but the process of making higher magnetic materials was very slow until aluminum, nickel, and cobalt were made in the 1920s, ferrites were made in 1948, and rare earth magnets were made in the 1970s. , samarium cobalt, 1986 neodymium iron boron, which is by far the strongest magnet in the world. So far, physical magnetic technology has been further developed, and strong magnetic materials have also made components more miniaturized. The temperature resistance of strong magnets is below 80 degrees. We only need to bake the strong magnet on the fire for a few minutes. After cooling, you put it around the iron block and find that it has lost its magnetism and can no longer be attracted.


The reason is that the strong magnets are magnetic because the iron atoms in the strong magnets are arranged in a regular manner. After it is heated, the original arrangement of the iron atoms is disordered, and thus the original magnetism is lost. We can also demagnetize strong magnets in other ways.


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