Magnet Safety and The Future

Do Not, I repeat DO NOT let children play with these magnets. Especially children of the age that place everything in their mouths. The problem is not so much that the neodymium would be a poisoning issue but if 2 pieces in the digestive tract become attracted to each other they very easily could catch stomach linings and intestines in a deadly pinching action.
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No need to be afraid of these magnets just be respectful of their great power. We have been selling these magnets since the last millennium to hobbyists, and industry, Nasa, magicians, Hobby Lobby, professors, Moms & Dads. We even have had a couple of people that lost the combination to their home safes and opened them with these magnets.

Neodymium Magnets Strength Differences, Applications, Limits, Magnet Safety and The Future

An incredibly high level of completed neodymium magnets (Rare earth magnets) originate from China. The United States has the metal that is utilized to pull the neodymium from however needs refining offices. The refining of the completed magnet item is performed in China due to less severe natural standards.

The distinctions in the quality Grades: N35 N40 N45 N48 N50 and N52 (N35 least solid and N52 the most elevated quality) have nothing to do with the nature of the magnets in that classification yet has to do with the controlled level of the neodymium in relationship to different materials in the compound that include Neodymium Magnets.

These qualities are constrained by coordinating the level of neodymium to the quality that is needed in the completed item. One approach to put it would be a higher level of neodymium, which is the part that can be polarized would result in a higher quality magnet. Not the majority of the employments that neodymium does requires the most grounded N52 when maybe a N45 (a less solid) magnet will be sufficient for the activity. N52 on account of the high level of neodymium is the most grounded and you got it, the most costly.


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