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Gauss Calculations of Ceramic Magnets

Adams will help you calculate magnetic field strength measured in Gauss, on the centerline of a disc magnet or ring magnet magnetized through its thickness, at a distance of X from the surface of the magnet. To get started, please click here.

Resources

Adams Stock Products Catalog 2018
We are delighted to share our 2018 catalog with you. We've added updated information about our fabrication capabilities, available in Elmhurst, IL and Carlsbad, CA. We've also added new neodymium holding assemblies, a MAGbond Magnetic Media System overview, and high energy wide-format magnetic sheet (40" wide and still printable!). If you'd prefer to receive a hard copy of this catalog, let us know.
Adams 2016 Hard Magnet Materials Catalog
(7MB) Featuring a magnet materials overview, chart of materials properties and demagnetization curves for Neodymium, Samarium Cobalt, Ceramic (Ferrite) and Alnico materials offered by Adams.
Chart of Material Properties
Displays each permanent magnet material along with its Maximum Energy Product: Bhmax, Residual Flux Density: Br Gauss, Coercive Force: Hc Oersteds, Intrinsic Coercive Force: Hci Oersteds and Maximum Operating Temperature: C / F.
Breakaway Force of a Magnet
Explains the test methods used to determine how much force it takes to pull a magnet directly away from the surface it is attached to.
Standard Specifications for Permanent Magnet Materials
Defines thermal and mechanical characteristics and properties of commercially available permanent magnet materials including Alnico, Ceramic, Rare Earth (Samarium cobalt and neodymium) and Iron-Chromium-Cobalt. Includes a Glossary of Terms and Magnetic Quantities (Symbols, Units and Conversion Factors).

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