Monday, December 11, 2023

Types of Magnetic Bases

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Are magnets They only have one magnetic side and the other is simply covered by a metal frame. Its use is really varied, since they serve both as stops, to stop pieces, or to keep dial gauges, bench hole punches, etc. in a fixed position. They can even be used to cut and paste among many other applications.

The magnets named permanent magnetsThey are unlimited and do not require any power source to preserve their magnetic characteristics. If the maximum working temperature indicated by the manufacturer is not respected, the magnetic characteristics may be altered and thus damage the magnet.

Types of magnets:

Samarium-Cobalt Magnet:

East magnet supports a maximum working temperature of 200 ° C.

It is generally used when the efforts to be made are greater.

Neodymium Magnet:

This type of magnet supports a maximum working temperature of 80 ° C. It is characterized because no matter how small it is, it can be very powerful.

Alnico magnet:

This type of magnet supports a maximum working temperature of 450 ° C.

Anisotropic Ferrite Magnet (ceramic magnet):

These magnets withstand a maximum working temperature of 180 ° C.

Types of housings:

The housings of the magnets They can be made of the following materials:

• Brass with low carbon steel pole expansions.

• Galvanized steel.

• Steel.

Magnetic bases formats:

• Flat with threaded through hole.

• High.

• Flat.

• With lug and internal thread.

• With threaded stud.

• Horseshoe type.

• Button type. These bases are indicated for the work of attraction systems.

• Flat with through or threaded hole.

• Flat and countersunk hole

Types of magnetic bases:


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