Ferrite magnets: resistant magnets

Ferrite magnets are really well resistant to high temperatures and corrosion. They don’t demagnetize if the temperature goes over 80 degrees but it doesn’t have to exceed 250 degrees. These magnets are dark grey and their strength is lower than the Neodymium ones. They are also called raw magnets, hard ferrite magnets, ceramic magnets or ceramic permanent magnets.
The price of this product is lower than the Neodymium magnets.

Most common applications

  • Fridge magnets;
  • Loudspeakers;
  • Pot magnets;
  • Deferization: removal of metallic parts from powders or other substances;
  • Motors, generators, alternators;
  • Medical applications;
  • Magnetic lifters.