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  • Exploring Rare Earth Magnets

    Exploring Rare Earth Magnets0

    Magnets are used in a wide range of applications, some of which include refrigerators, freezers, televisions, stereos, medical equipment and more. In hospitals, for instance, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines are used to look inside patients’ body. To put the strength of an MRI into perspective, statistics show that it’s roughly 20,000 times stronger than

  • Lift Magnet Safety

    Lift Magnet Safety0

    Lift magnets have been a part of material handling in American manufacturing for over 75 years. Most common are mechanically operated magnets that switch “on” or “off” by physically changing the Polarity of the lifting magnets. This is done by the operating of a handle on the magnet casing. These require no outside power source

  • Whats the Difference Between Neodymium and Ceramic Magnets?0

    Neodymium (also known as rare Earth) magnets have become increasingly popular in recent years, both for recreational and commercial purposes. Although small in size, they offer an exceptional level of strength that’s not found in traditional ceramic magnets. Neodymium magnets are often used in kids’ toys, as well as commercial-grade equipment and supplies. So, what’s