- Ceramic magnets are a cost effective option for high volume applications.
- Ceramic magnet alloys offer good resistance to external demagnetization fields.
- Dura can help optimize performance and cost with a variety of grades, including Ceramic 1, Ceramic 5, Ceramic 8, and Ceramic 8B in strengths ranging from 1.05 – 3.8 MGOe.
- Commonly used in motors, speakers and work holding assemblies.
- Stock Ceramic magnets also available to reduce development and production lead times.
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Available Grades of Ceramic Magnets:
Dura Magnetics offers Ceramic Magnets in a variety of grades, including Ceramic 1, Ceramic 5, Ceramic 8, and Ceramic 8B in strengths ranging from 1.05 – 3.8 MGOe.
Ceramic magnets are very resistant to corrosion. Coatings can be applied for cosmetic reasons or to reduce the fine, ferrite powder which is associated with ceramic magnets.
Ceramic Magnets are susceptible to demagnetization when exposed to temperature extremes. There are grades which have better resistance to high and low temperatures, but several factors will dictate the performance of a ferrite magnet.
Although most commercial magnets are anistropic, which means they have a preferred direction of magnetization, various pole configurations can be achieved without conflicting with a Ceramic Magnet’s orientation.
Compliance and Intellectual Property Considerations:
Ceramic magnets manufactured by Dura Magnetics are compliant with Intellectual Property Rights, Environmental Restrictions, and Conflict Mineral usage.
- Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform Act (Section 1502)
- RoHS, RoHS II, RoHS III and REACH
Handling and Storage of Ceramic Magnets:
Ceramic Magnets are very strong and brittle, requiring appropriate handling and packing to ensure safety and prevent damage.
Ceramic Magnet Manufacturing Methods:
Ceramic Magnets are produced by calcining a mixture of iron oxide and strontium carbonate to form a metallic oxide which is then compacted in a die…