Disc Magnets
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Disc magnets, the most widely used shapes in the world. If the same magnetic force, the neodymium disc magnets shape is quickest in leadtime and cheap in price. With the development of society, people have higher requirements for rare earth magnets. In result, cylinder magnets and round magnets are the besting selling nowadays.

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Disc Magnets & Cylinder Magnets Features

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Neodymium magnets (also known as rare earth, Neo, or NdFeB magnets) were invented in 1982 and are the strongest type of magnets commercially produced. Thus, disc, button, cylinder, and round-shaped magnets are widely used in every industrial zone. In addition, magnets are also an important part of the toy industry.


Neodymium magnets come in different grades, corresponding to their magnetic fields’ strength, ranging from N35 (weakest and least expensive) to N52 (strongest, most expensive, and more brittle).
Because of the increasing demand for people’s production and life, it is typical to find consumer-grade magnets in the N40 to N42 range. While, in volume production, N35 is more popular if size and weight are not a major consideration as it is less expensive.


Preferred direction of magnetization is axial. However, in many field, such as motor and senor fields, radial magnetization is essential.

Magnet Coating


Because raw neodymium magnets will corrode and crumble with exposure to the atmosphere, they are sold with a protective coating. The most common coating is made of nickel, though other commercially available coatings provide resistance to high temperature, high humidity, salt spray, solvents and gases. For more information, please check our blog of MAGNET COATING.

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