N55 Magnets Manufacturer

N55 Magnets Manufacturer in China

DailyMag offers the highest grade and extremely strong N55 magnets. We also offer custom N55 magnets to fit your application and specific needs.

 

 

 

DailyMag N55 Magnets

The strength of neodymium or rare earth magnets is measured on a scale of 24MGOe to 55MGOe. And compared to other grades, magnets in N55 grade are the strongest. N55 magnets are used for applications requiring high magnetic force in small or limited spaces. As an example, they are used in tight situations such as magnetic switches, sensors, and many more.

At DailyMag, we offer high-performance and cost-effective N55 magnets without sacrificing quality. Our N55 magnets are available in a variety of sizes and shapes such as blocks, discs, rods, and many more. We can provide the best N55 magnet solution that fits your budget, application, standards, and production schedule.

You can contact us for more information about our N55 neodymium magnets.

N55 Disc Magnets
N55 Disc Magnets
N55 Arc Magnets
N55 Arc Magnets
N55 Cube Magnets
N55 Cube Magnets
Rectangular N55 Block Magnets
Rectangular N55 Block Magnets
N55 Block Countersunk Magnet
N55 Block Countersunk Magnet
Cylinder Rod N55 Magnets
Cylinder Rod N55 Magnets
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Applications

N55-grade magnets are commonly used in applications that have limited space but needs maximum magnetic strength. They are ideal for applications were small size is really important. For example, they can be used for holding securely something to its surface. Also, they can be used in tight situations such as magnetic switches, magnetic sensors, other delicate and fine applications.

Applications
N55 Magnet Production

N55 Magnet Production

N55 magnets and other grades have differences in terms of production. Because neodymium helps more to the rise of Br than praseodymium does, we are using pure (Nd) neodymium metal to make NdFeB alloy rather than praseodymium-neodymium (PrNd) alloy. Therefore, there is a significant price difference between the N55 and the N52 magnets.

 

Various Industries

N55 magnets are widely used in many industries such as:

  • Electronics
  • Medical
  • Biotechnology
  • Military and defense
  • Automotive
  • Space or aerospace
  • Other industries
Various Industries
N55 Magnet Characteristics

N55 Magnet Characteristics

N55 magnets are a type of neodymium or rare earth magnet. Neodymium, iron, and boron are the primary elements of neodymium magnets. They have characteristics such as:

  • excellent resistance to demagnetization
  • remarkable strength
  • most powerful
  • maximum operating temperature of about 80°C
  • residual flux density of about 14.6 kgs. to 15.2 kgs.

Most Powerful N Series

In the N or neodymium magnet series, magnets in the grade “N55” are the most powerful. Previously, N52 magnets are considered the strongest and most powerful magnets. But compared to N52 magnets, N55 magnets are stronger at about 5 to 6%. The higher the neodymium magnet’s grade, the stronger the neodymium magnet. That’s why they are known as the most powerful magnets.

Thanks to the miniaturization process, N55-grade magnets can achieve the holding strengths that bigger magnets possessed, even if they are smaller. Due to their intense power, they are used for applications that need the largest amount of magnetic strength.

N55 Magnet Properties

Grade Residual Induction Br

(max)

[KGa]

Coercive

Force Hcb

KOe

Curie

Temp.

[˚C]

Temp.

Coe of Br

[%/˚C]

Max. Practical

Operating

Temp.[˚C]

N55 14.5 – 15.0 ≥10.5 310 50 – 53 -0.11

 

Other Properties

Flexural Strength Density Hardness, Vickers Electrical Resistivity, ρ
psi MPa g/cm3 Hv µΩ • cm
41,300 285 7.6 620 150 // 130 ┴
Build Your Custom N55 Magnets with DailyMag

Build Your Custom N55 Magnets with DailyMag

At DailyMag, you will get the finest, strongest, and highest-grade N55 magnets. We collaborate closely with our customers by offering assistance from the designing processes to mass production. Also, we offer custom magnetic assemblies and complicated magnetic assemblies.

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