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Adhesive Ferrite magnet

Adhesive Ferrite magnet
  • Adhesive Ferrite magnet
Product code: 25767700001
Unit price: 0.05 USD
Price unit: Per piece
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Quick Details

  • Place of Origin: Anhui, China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: Strong

  • Model Number: hard magnet

  • Type: Permanent

  • Composite: Ferrite Magnet

  • Shape: Sheet, Block. Sheet. cylindry .cube.ring...

  • Application: Industrial Magnet

  • magnetic properties: Sintered Ferrite Magnets/ Bonded Ferrite Magnets

  • grade: Y10T, Y20, Y25, Y30, Y30BH, Y35

  • testing: Salt Spray Testing

  • size: various

  • certification: ISO9001: 2008, RoHS, Reach

  • other certification: sgs

  • package: export carton packing with pallet

  • environment: ROSH

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: Carton & Pallet, or according to customers's requirement.
Delivery Detail: 30-40 days


Adhesive Ferrite magnet
1. Preciese dimension
2. Various shape
3. Stable performance
4. Stable performance+competitiv

Adhesive Ferrite magnet

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1. Grade: Y10T, Y20, Y25, Y30, Y30BH, Y35 and etc.

2. Shape: Disc, Cylinder, Block, Ring, Countersunk, Segment, Trapezoid, Irregular shapes and more. Customized Design (Design proper magnets for clients specific requirements)

3.Sorts: We have Disc Ferrite Magnets, Segment Ferrite Magnets, Ring Ferrite Magnets, Block Ferrite Magnets, Cylinder Ferrite Magnets, Irregular Ferrite Magnets, Sintered Ferrite Magnets, Bonded Ferrite Magnets and many other series.

ferrite magnet are manufactured by pressing, sintering, or injection molding. These magnets can be both anisotropic and isotropic. Anisotropic grades are oriented in the manufacturing direction and must be magnetized in the direction of orientation. Isotropic grades are not oriented and can be magnetized in any direction.

The chemical composition is SrO-6 (Fe2O3) , strontium hexaferrite. The raw materials used to produce ferrite magnets are strontium carbonate and iron oxide both of which are readily available and low in cost. As a result, the use of ferrite magnets in most applications is more economical than other materials.