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Epoxy Coated Arc Magnets

The most common coatings for curved (arc) neodymium (NdFeB) magnets is epoxy. Epoxy coating has the advantages of high-temperature resistance and salt spray resistance. Our epoxy-coated neodymium arc magnets are primed with nickel-copper coating, they have a three-layer coating of Ni-Cu+Epoxy.

Our epoxy-coated arc neodymium magnets (magnetic tiles) are used in compressors, elevators, and motor fields.


Characteristics Of Epoxy Coated Arc Magnets

Operating temperature: N-Series ≤80°C; M-Series ≤100°C; H-Series ≤120°C; SH-Series ≤150°C; UH-Series ≤180°C; EH-Series ≤200°C; AH-Series ≤230°C

Surface Treatment: Nickel-Copper-Nickel (three layers coating), Zn, phosphatizing, Epoxy

Available Grade:

Grade-N: N35, N38, N40, N42, N45, N48, N50, N50;

Grade-M: 33M, 35M, 38M, 40M, 42M, 45M, N48M, 50M;

Grade-H: 35H, 38H, 40H, 42H, 45H, 48H;

Grade-SH: 35SH, 38SH, 40SH, 42SH, 45SH;

Grade-UH: 28UH, 30UH, 33UH, 35UH, 38UH, 40UH

Grade-EH: 28EH, 30EH, 33EH, 35EH,3 8EH

Grade-AH: 28AH, 30AH, 33AH, 35AH


Specification Of Epoxy Coated Arc Magnets


Category

Arc Magnets

Type

With Epoxy Coating

Material & Grade

NdFeB-N35EH

Br

≥11700Gs

HcB

≥11Koe

HcJ

≥30Koe

Tolerance

+/- 0.1 mm

Direction of magnetization

Diametrically

Surface Treatment

Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)

Max. working temperature

200°C


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