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HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT NEODYMIUM MAGNET :

Neodymium magnet, usually abbreviated as NdFeB magnet, has quite excellent properties and is widely used in toys, fishing, electronics, medical equipment, home decorating, office, and some other fields. When you are ready to buy neodymium magnets, since there are a lot of grades of neodymium magnets out there, a lot of buyers do not know how to select a suitable neodymium magnet. Therefore, here come some tips about how to purchase the right neodymium magnet that fits you the best that you should bear in your mind.

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HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT NEODYMIUM MAGNET :

Neodymium magnet, usually abbreviated as NdFeB magnet, has quite excellent properties and is widely used in toys, fishing, electronics, medical equipment, home decorating, office, and some other fields. When you are ready to buy neodymium magnets, since there are a lot of grades of neodymium magnets out there, a lot of buyers do not know how to select a suitable neodymium magnet. Therefore, here come some tips about how to purchase the right neodymium magnet that fits you the best that you should bear in your mind.

Before you are ready to purchase the right magnet, you have to know the working environment where that neodymium magnet is needed. According to the external environment where the magnet works, you can select the coating required by the magnet. And the most common coatings are nickel plating and epoxy plating. In addition, DIY Magnets can also offer other coatings according to user requirements, for example, zinc plating, silver plating, gold plating, and more.

The premise of getting a suitable magnet for yourself is you should know the required magnetic force and magnet shape. Once you decide the shape and magnetic force of the magnet, then you can choose the corresponding neodymium magnet grade. On our website, you can purchase neodymium magnets with N35 and N52 two grades, and of course, other grades can also be customized just by contacting us. Typically, the larger the number, the stronger the magnetic force.

Thirdly, before choosing a neodymium magnet, we should know the working temperature where the magnet is located. When the working temperature is below 80 degrees, we choose the neodymium magnets of the N series. When the working temperature is between 80°C and 120°C, we choose the H series.

Last but not least, before selecting a neodymium magnet, you should know the working temperature where the magnet is placed. When the working temperature is below 80 degrees ≈ 176 Fahrenheit, you can select all the neodymium magnets on our site. And once your requirement is above that, we can customize the magnets according to your requirement all you need to do is just leaving us a message.

THE PULLING STRENGTH OF FISHING MAGNETS:

  • Our super powerful neodymium magnets are extremely strong on contact. (That is why you never want to test a DIY magnet on a flat, metal bridge support…it will be incredibly difficult to remove!). However, some small magnets are exceptions. (Usually below 20lbs.)

  • Just like technical climbing gear, magnet pulling strength is measured to the failure point under the perfect circumstances.

  • In the case of magnets, an ideal circumstance means full contact to a metal surface, pulling parallel to the eyebolt or eyelet that’s connected to the magnet.

  • When you use fishing magnets, most items you catch are uneven, curved, corroded, or have painted surfaces. All of which means they won’t allow for an ideal bond.

  • That means you need to choose a magnet rated for at least two to four times the weight of an item you’re hoping to pull up.