ONE NORTH FACE AND THE OTHER SOUTH
Materials: Rubber Ferrite (FLEXO), Sintered Neodymium, Sintered and injected Ferrite, SmCO, AlNiCo Max width 200mm
The magnetization is carried out in the thickness-height direction. It is the most common magnetization. It is type of magnetization:
- suggested when it is necessary to involve all the magnetic flux on one side of the magnet, and for small pieces that cannot be easily magnetized in other ways.
- used in the field of electronic sensors for closing contacts: Reed and Hall.
- used in the field of Elevators / Lifts. Monostable: The classic axial magnetized plastoferrite (FLEXO) magnet (one NORTH side and one SOUTH side), 6.0 or 8.0 mm thick and 15/20 mm standard width.
NORTH POLE AND SOUTH POLE ON BOTH SIDES WITH EQUAL MAGNETIC FORCE ON THE TWO FACES
Materials: Rubber Ferrite (FLEXO), Sintered Neodymium, Sintered and injected Ferrite, SmCO, AlNiCo Width from 10 mm to 70 mm.
The magnetization is carried out in the length direction. Magnetization is also known as: diametrical (for rings and cylinder), bistable, two poles and two faces. It's kind of magnetization
- suggested when the magnet is in the presence of air gaps; materials that stand between the magnet and the iron to which the magnet must adhere.
- used in the field of Elevators / Lifts. Bistable plastoferrite (FLEXO): plastoferrite magnetized with NORTH and SOUTH polarity on the same face. The SOUTH pole is normally marked. Bistable sintered ferrite: the classic cylinder magnet (with a diameter of 20 mm and a thickness of 10 mm), with marked polarity and a circular hole suitable for screwing.
WITH EQUAL ALTERNATE MAGNETIC FORCE ON BOTH FACES - POLAR PIT 7.0 mm
Materials: Rubber Ferrite r (FLEXO), rubber Neodymium
Width from 20 to 70 mm
WITH DIFFERENT MAGNETIC FORCE BETWEEN THE TWO FACES - POLAR PITCH 3.0mm - 5.0mm - 7.0mm
Materials: Ferrite rubber (FLEXO), Neodymium rubber.
Width from 20 to 450 mm
The magnetization is carried out with a variable direction so that the NORTH and SOUTH poles form alternating strips separated by few millimeters. The alternation distance of the strips constitutes the "polar pitch". The direction of the strips can be carried out both longitudinally and transversely. The surface (face) with reduced magnetic force can be marked with a light engraving, a white or colored mark. The dimensions and surface markings are however customizable on request. On the surface (face) with reduced magnetic force, mono and / or double-sided adhesives are applicable.
It is a magnetization type used in the following fields:
- logistics: tag holder;
- printing, communication, packaging: magnetic plates and signs;
- automotive: magnetic ski racks;
- building: closing of mosquito nets and shower box
- household appliance: magnetic gaskets in refrigerator doors
WITH RADIALLY DISTRIBUTED MAGNETIC FORCE
The magnetization is carried out so that the NORTH and SOUTH poles alternate to form radial segments. It is a magnetization, specific for rings and cilinder, which is technically difficult to produce and therefore very expensive. For this reason, radially magnetized rings and cilinder are often constructed from individual axially magnetized ring segments. It is a type of magnetization used in the field of electric motors.
It is the type of magnetization indicated when the magnet is in the presence of air gaps; materials that stand between the magnet and the iron to which it must adhere.
The MyP Magnetica Italiana technical office of is always available for the study and analysis of magnetic fields and their development in space. The use of an FEM software for the finite element analysis of the problems presented, allows to provide a theoretical and timely analysis on the magnetic fields and the intensities generated by the magnets, and on the application effectiveness of the various degrees of magnetization.