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Shop our wide range of high-performance off-the-shelf and custom-made Neodymium magnets.

 

The Home of Magnetics...

Shop our wide range of High-performance off-the-shelf and custom-made Neodymium magnets. 

 

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Custom Manufacturing Neodymium Magnets...

Magnet Store is the UK’s home of magnetics. Here, you’re able to order custom built high-performance Neodymium magnets to your shape, size and strength requirements.

Magnet Store is the UK’s home of magnetics. Here, you’re able to order custom built high-performance Neodymium magnets to your shape, size and strength requirements.

Custom Manufactured Magnets.

Magnet Store is the UK’s home of magnetics. Here, you’re able to order custom built high-performance Neodymium magnets to your shape, size and strength requirements.

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Neodymium Magnets FAQ

What are Neodymium Magnets?

Neodymium Magnets (NdFeb) are a rare earth metal that has incredibly strong magnetic properties. These permanent magnets are the strongest magnets known on earth and have a magnetic force more than 10x stronger than traditional fridge magnets. This attribute makes them incredibly dynamic and practical to work with and has led to the innovation of many new technologies in the 20th and 21st century.

How are Neodymium magnets made?

Neodymim magnets are manufactured with the following machines and methods; strip cast, jet mill, press, sintering, grinding, wire cutting, plating and magnetisation.

What is the difference between grades N35, N42, N45, N52?

Grades of Neodymium range from N35 to N52. The number after the letter represents the maximum energy product, magnetic density, or ‘power’ that a magnet has. The higher the number, the stronger the magnet.

How quickly are orders dispatched?

All off-the-shelf orders are dispatched as quickly as possible. Our team will ensure all orders placed before 1pm (Monday – Friday excluding bank holidays) are sent the same day. Each packer will inspect the item quality as they are packing and dispatching order to ensure you receive only the best quality goods. If you have any questions regarding your order our friendly team are available to help 9:00 – 17.00 Monday to Friday so please get in touch via our contact page.

What is the lead time for custom manufacturing?

We pride ourselves in having one of the fastest lead times in the industry averaging at just 15 business days. More compicated products may take additional time and UK holidays and some international holidays may affect lead times on custom manufacturing. 

Can heat destroy Neodymium magnets?

Standard Neodymium magnets have a heat tolerance of 80°C and exposing them to temperatures higher can affect the magnet. The performance of the magnet can restore once cooled unless the temperature raised to the Curie temperature, which is the temperature that magnets permanently lose their magnetic properties. 

We can custom manufacture Neodymium magnets to withstand up to 220°C. Please see section below for more information. 

Can I choose heat tolerances?

A magnet’s coercivity, or “Hci” refers to the magnets ability to withstand demagnetisation through high temperatures. When manufacturing magnets, a magnet’s coercivity is defined by the letters after the grade, for example, the “M” in N52M. Any magnets without a letter after the grade (i.e N35, N45, N52) have a heat tolerence of up to 80°C.

Available Heat Tolerences

  • No letter – 80°C
  • M – 100°C
  • H – 120°C
  • SH – 150°C
  • UH – 180°C
  • EH – 200°C
  • TH – 220°C
Are you a UK based company?

Yes, Magnet Store is a limited UK company and we are based in Greater Manchester. Europe has no Neodymium quarries so all Neodymium magnets are produced overseas.

When was Neodymium discovered?

Although Neodymium was discovered in 1885 by Karl Auer, it was only in 1983 that Neodymium Magnets as we know today was invented almost simultaneously by General Motors and Sumitomo Special Metals and these strong and versatile magnets have spearheaded innovation in the green energy, medical and technology sector. These Neodymium magnets are small but generate an incredible amount of power and it’s this power that led to the miniaturization of many technologies like drills, heavy machinery, smart phones, sound speakers, computers and many more. They are commonly used in industries such as retail, engineering, plastic moulding, DIY, crafts, furniture making, science research & experimentation, education and many more.