Is N52 the strongest neodymium magnet?
Neodymium is the strongest rare earth magnet material, and N52 is among the highest grades of neodymium; consequently, N52 magnets are some of the strongest magnets on the planet.
What is the highest grade of magnet?
The highest grade of neodymium magnet currently available is N52. Any letter following the grade refers to the temperature rating of the magnet. If there are no letters following the grade, then the magnet is standard temperature neodymium. The temperature ratings are standard (no designation) – M – H – SH – UH – EH.
What is the most powerful neodymium magnet?
Since they were first introduced, stronger grades of neodymium magnets have become commercially available as manufacturing techniques have become more advanced. The strongest grade currently available is the N55, although it is not yet widely used.
How many Gauss is a N52 magnet?
Grade N42 magnets have a Br of 13,200 Gauss, while N52 magnets can be as high as 14,800 Gauss.
What is N35 magnet?
N35 magnet is a neodymium magnet grade commonly used by our customers. Its magnetic force can meet the requirements of a large number of our customers, and its price is not too high, so it is used in various industries. Many of our customers have such questions: how strong is the N35 magnet and what is its pull force.
Which is stronger N42 or N52 magnet?
If you have slightly elevated temperatures, in the 140°F to 176°F range (60°C -80°C), N42 magnets might actually be stronger than N52. This is especially true if your magnet shape is very thin.
Are 2 magnets stronger than 1?
Two magnets together will be slightly less than twice as strong as one magnet. When magnets are stuck entirely together (the south pole of one magnet is connected to the north pole of the other magnet) you can add the magnetic fields together.