Ferrite

Ferrite magnets, also known as ceramic magnets, are types of permanent magnets which are mainly made from iron oxide and barium/strontium carbonate by ceramic processing technology. They are the most commonly used permanent magnet materials due to their low cost and ease of production.

These magnets are one of the essential and basic magnetic materials for the electronics industries and they have been universally applied in motors, transformers, magnetic controls, inductors coiling inductor coils in electronic devices, loudspeakers, toys, and crafts.

Specifications include:

  • high coercive force
  • hard and brittle
  • excellent corrosion resistance
  • demagnetization resistance
  • easily machinable
  • normal operating temperature is between -40℃ and 250℃.