|Material:||Ferrite Rubber Magnet||Color:||Brown Or Brown Black|
|Coating:||UV Coating Or PVC Or PET Coating||Length:||From 1mm To 1000mm Or A Roll|
|Thickness:||From 0.1mm To 10mm||Surface Magnetic Force:||From 300GS To1500GS|
Rubber Coated Ferrite Ring Magnets,
Ferrite Ring Magnets Waterproof,
ISO Small ferrite magnet ring
PVC Coating 300GS To1500GS Small Squares Rubber Ferrite Magnets
Rubber Ferrite Magnets
Rubber-coated ferrite magnetic bases are rubber-coated ferrite disks that act as a protective element for the magnet from scratches, shocks, moisture and other substances. A protection that significantly improves the durability of the magnet while maintaining its magnetism and resistance. Sometimes, these waterproof magnets offer the possibility of incorporating internal or external threads to increase their effectiveness. Due to their rubber coating/coating, they can be used without damaging the magnet surface or the product.
These magnets can withstand operating temperatures of up to 250°C and provide a holding force of 80kg. They are also very useful in outdoor or wet conditions.
Product grade list
|Product standards Of Flexible Ferrite Magnet|
|Flux Irreversible Loss||%||＜5||＜5||＜5|
|Temperature Coefficient of Br|
|Max Operating Temp||℃||85||85||85|
|Thickness(mm)||Range||0.2-0.3||0.4-1.0||1.1-2.0||2.1-3||≥3.1||Remark:This data is only applicable to the general situation, and the specific product is determined according to the delivery specifications|
|Technical information can be change without furture notice|
Classification of Ferrite Magnets
According to the different production processes, ferrite magnets can be divided into sintered ferrite and bonded ferrite. Among them, sintered ferrites can be divided into dry pressed ferrites and wet pressed ferrites, and bonded ferrites can be divided into extruded ferrite, pressed ferrite and injection molded ferrite.
Ferrite magnets can be divided into isotropic permanent magnets and anisotropic permanent magnets according to whether an external magnetic field is applied during molding. Isotropic sintered ferrite permanent magnets are weakly magnetic, but can be magnetized in different directions of the magnet. Anisotropic ferrite permanent magnets are very magnetic but can only be magnetized in the intended magnetization direction of the magnet.
Soft, flexible, twistable magnets made from bonded ferrite powder and synthetic rubber are also called rubber magnets.
Applications for rubber coated ferrite magnetic bases
Ferrite rubber coated magnetic bases are waterproof magnets that offer a large number of applications due to their magnetic properties and the fact that they do not damage the rubber coating on the magnet or its application surface. Some of their uses are
Door and window stoppers
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