Ceramic magnets are generally formed by a extrusion/compression technique which is then followed by sintering. Finish grinding or shaping, when necessary for better control of dimensions, is normally done by using diamond grinding wheels. The material to be molded can be in either a dry powder or wet slurry form. Magnetic performance can be increased in a preferred direction by applying a magnetic field in that direction during the molding process.
Ceramic magnets, also known as ferrite magnets, is a type of permanent magnets made of iron oxide and strontium carbonate. We carry the grade C8 ceramic magnets, which is the strongest ceramic magnet. Our disc and cylinder magnets come in different inner, outer diameters as well as different thicknesses.
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