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What is the difference between N35 and N52 NdFeb magnets?

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What is the difference between N35 and N52 NdFeb magnets?
What is the difference between N35 and N52 NdFeb magnets?

The difference between N35 and N52 NdFeb magnets.N35 and N52 are the two grades of NdFeb, representing the different intervals of the magnetic properties of the two Ndfeb.The magnetic suction of N52 is much greater

N35 and N52 are the two grades of NdFeb, representing the different intervals of the magnetic properties of the two Ndfeb. On the premise of the same specifications, the magnetic suction of N52 is much greater than that of N35.

Neodymium magnets are the most commonly used rare earth magnets and are widely used in electronics. Ndfeb magnets are graded according to the maximum strength that can be magnetized. The higher the number, the stronger the permanent magnet, but the higher the number, the more brittle the magnet becomes. N35 and N52 magnets are two common grades of neodymium magnets.

N35 magnet refers to sintered Ndfeb magnet, the intrinsic coercivity is 33-36mGOE in KOE, MGOe and kA/m3 converted to 1MGOe=8kA/m3, N35 Ndfeb material maximum energy product is 270kA/m3.

N52 has a much higher grade, with a maximum magnetic energy product of 48-51MGOE. The conversion of MGOe and kA/m3 is 1MGOe=8kA/m3, the maximum magnetic energy product of N52 Ndfeb material is 400kA/m3.

What's the difference between N35 and N52 magnets?

N35 and N52 are the two grades of NdFeb, representing the different intervals of the magnetic properties of the two Ndfeb. On the premise of the same specifications, the magnetic suction of N52 is much greater than that of N35.

Ndfeb strong magnet is generally divided into N35 N38 / N40 N42 / N45 / N48 N50 / N52 are level. The most obvious difference between the performance levels is the magnetic properties. For example, for a product of the same specification, the higher the performance grade, the better the magnetic property of the product. However, NdFeb strong magnets are surface molecules and their active products. Therefore, the surface of Ndfeb strong magnet must be electroplated, such as galvanized, nickel plated, nickel-plated copper nickel, epoxy resin and so on.

The N52 magnet is the highest grade of permanent neodymium magnet on the market. All N52 neodymium magnets provide the same 52 MGOe (scientific matter) as high-energy rare-earth magnets, regardless of their size or shape, or magnetic flux density of 1.44 Tesla (more scientific matter). Of course, the actual holding force increases with the size of the magnet. In contrast, grade 52 magnet neodymium super magnets are of the same shape and size and are 14 percent stronger than N45 neodymium magnets and 60 percent stronger than other neodymium magnets.

The N52 neodymium magnet is professionally designed and carefully crafted with strict tolerances and strong performance. The N52 rare earth magnets are more powerful than the N35 magnets of the same size.

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