Factors to Consider While Choosing an N52 Neodymium Magnet
One thing you need to know is that if you’re purchasing Grade N52 neodymium magnets, strength isn’t the only criterion that needs to be considered. Buyers should also take the following aspects into account:
Dimensions and Tolerance
One of the essential factors in determining the quality of neodymium magnets is the neodymium magnet’s dimensions and tolerance.
Before an order is approved, the neodymium magnet manufacturer and customers must agree on the dimensions and tolerances. If you plan on customizing Grade N52 neodymium magnets, you can send a drawing of neodymium magnets with all the measurements and tolerances.
The dimensions often can be customized from 1mm-100mm, while the tolerance can be ±0.05 or customized according to your needs.
The magnetization of neodymium magnets takes place after the plating process. Neodymium magnets can be magnetized in many directions, such as radial, axial, etc. Thus, If you want to magnetize your Grade N52 neodymium magnets, you have the following options:
You can customize your Grade N52 neodymium magnets to meet your specific requirements. For more information regarding magnetization, please click here for your reference.
Operating temperature and Curie Temperature are two levels of heat exposure that are important during a neodymium magnet’s lifespan.
The operating temperature, also known as the working temperature, is the range in which a neodymium magnet can operate well. The maximum operating temperature for neodymium magnets under the “N” grade, such as N35, N52, etc., is 80°C or 176°F.
The Curie Temperature indicates what temperature a piece of neodymium magnet is before losing its magnetic force permanently. The maximum Curie temperature for neodymium magnets under the “N” grade is 310°C or 590°F.
Please click here for more information regarding different grades of neodymium magnets and their temperatures.
If you wish to order Grade N52 neodymium magnets in bulk, you may be able to get a discount as the order size grows. To put it another way, buying more can help you save more. While placing an order, ensure to re-check the quantity.
Grade N52 neodymium magnets are plated to prevent corrosion and chipping. While placing an order, selecting a corrosion-resistant coating for your neodymium magnets is required. Nickel-plated or zinc-plated or other. Nickel-copper-nickel plated layers are the most commonly used to prevent corrosion.
The packaging usually depends on the quantity ordered, exporting standards, and customers’ requests. While placing an order, you must not forget whether you need neodymium magnet spacers; or other package requirements.
Neodymium magnet spacers are usually ½ of the neodymium magnet thickness, and the material is non-abrasive and non-magnetic.
ROBO Magnetic has years of experience in manufacturing and supplying neodymium magnets. Our in-house capabilities offer neodymium magnets in customized sizes, dimensions, tolerance, coatings, packaging, and other specifications.