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          We supply NdFeB and SmCo magnets. What makes us special is our preference for working with specially shaped magnets or magnets with unique magnetization patterns and requirements.

          We do a lot of prototyping for engineers in large corporations as well as small and medium-sized companies.

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          We bring your complex magnetic system designs to life with our expertise in assembling permanent magnets and our mechanical design capabilities.

          We have manufactured advanced magnetic assemblies for a wide range of industries, including medical, electrical, aerospace, electronics, oil and gas, and more.

        • Magnets frequently come assembled with metal or plastic components. By offering these products together, we can streamline your process and save you valuable time.

          As a comprehensive magnet system solutions provider, we not only supply CNC precision machining parts, cast metals, and stamped metal parts but also specialize in designing and manufacturing plastic molds. 

          This extensive range of capabilities enhances our ability to support your product development needs more effectively.

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Ceramic Magnet | Knowledge for Professional Buyers

The origin of ceramic magnets

Ceramic magnets (also known as ferrite magnets or hard ferrite) are developed at Philips Physics Laboratory in 1950s. They became commercially available in the 1960s due to its low cost and high magnetic performance. People call them ceramic magnets because 1) the sintering process of this magnet material is similar to ceramic and 2) both are electrically insulating. Permanent magnets really penetrated into our everyday life with the commercialization of hard ferrite. Prior to ferrite magnets, only AlNiCo magnets had dominated the permanent magnet market.

ceramic arc magnets

What makes ceramic magnets different?

Comparing to other permanent magnets, hard ferrite has a low maximum energy product of up to 5.5MGOe. However, its high coercivity and cost-effectiveness make it an ideal magnetic material for a variety of applications. Measuring by weight, it accounts for over 75% of the global permanent magnet consumption. Ferrite arc magnet is also an important component in electric motors.

  • low cost
  • high magnetic performance
  • high temperature resistance (≤ 250℃)
  • high resistance to demagnetization

How are ceramic magnets manufactured?

manufacturing process of hard ferrites
ceramic ring magnet speaker magnet
ceramic ring blank after wet-press in a mold
6x4x1 ferrite magnet
ferrite block magnet 6x4x1
ceramic ring magnets
ceramic ring magnets
ferrite arc magnet
ferrite arc magnet
ceramic arc magnets
ceramic arc magnets

Physical Properties of ceramic magnets

Ceramic Magnets – Typical Physical Properties
PropertyUnitsValue Ceramic (Strontium Ferrite)
Vickers HardnessHv~ 1160 (7 Mohs)
Densityg/cm34.5 to 5.1
Curie Temp TC°C450 to 460
Curie Temp TF°F840 to 860
*Specific ResistanceμΩ⋅Cm> 106
Bending StrengthkN/mm20.05 – 0.09
Tensile StrengthkN/mm2.02 to .05
Thermal Expansion (∥)°C-1+11.0 to +16.0 x10-6
Thermal Expansion (⊥)°C-1‘+7.0 to +15.0 x 10-6

Neodymium vs. Ceramic Magnets

Strength: Neodymium magnets take the prize for sheer magnetic strength. If you need a magnet to lift heavy objects or generate a strong magnetic field, neodymium is your choice.
Durability: Ceramic magnets are more resistant to demagnetization due to high temperatures or external magnetic fields. They excel in applications where stability is crucial.
Cost: Neodymium magnets are pricier than ceramic magnets due to their exceptional strength. For cost-effective solutions, ceramic magnets are the way to go.
Applications: Neodymium magnets shine in applications that demand strong magnetic forces, such as electric motors and audio speakers. Ceramic magnets are preferred in applications like refrigerator magnets, motors, and generators.

Neodymium magnets offer unmatched strength but at a higher cost, while ceramic magnets provide cost-effective durability. so suitable options depend on your application’s requirements and budget.

Alnico vs. Ceramic Magnets, Choosing Between Alnico and Ceramic Magnets

Strength: Alnico magnets offer stronger magnetic fields compared to ceramic magnets. If you require a powerful magnet, Alnico may be the better choice.
Temperature Resistance: Alnico magnets excel in high-temperature applications, while ceramic magnets may lose some of their magnetism at elevated temperatures.
Cost: If cost-effectiveness is a priority, ceramic magnets are the more budget-friendly option.
Applications: Alnico magnets are often found in applications like electric guitar pickups, sensors, and various industrial settings. Ceramic magnets are commonly used in speakers, refrigerator magnets, and electric motors.

Alnico magnets offer superior strength and temperature resistance, while Ceramic magnets are a cost-effective and reliable choice for a wide range of applications. Carefully consider the requirements of your project to determine which magnet will best suit your needs.

About Tengye: Tengye supplies finest permanent magnet materials to world industry. We work closely with our customer from designing stage to mass production. 

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Jonah Jin

Jonah Jin
Managing Director

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