|Place of Origin: China (Mainland)||Type: Soft||Composite: Ferrite Magnet|
A ferrite magnet is basically a ceramic compound made with Iron Oxide (Fe2O3) and Barium Oxide OR Strontium Oxide depending on the requirement. There are 27 grades of Ferrite Magnet. The difference in the grades is determined by the Br, Hcj, Hcb and BH max. Br measures the residual magnetic flux density, Hc measures magnet resistance to demagnetization and BHmax is the point where Br crosses Hc, as shown in the Graph below. The chinese standard grade of Ferrite Magnet is labeled with Y.
We can supply all the grades of Ferrite Magnet ranging from Y10T to Y40 of excellent quality in many shapes such as ring, disc, rectangular, block, slab and more. Please feel free to contact with detailed specifications.