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Ferrite Ring Magnet

Ferrite Ring Magnet
Ferrite Ring Magnet
Price And Quantity
  • Unit/Units
  • 10
  • Inch/Inches
  • 10 INR
  • 100.00 - 1000.00 INR
Product Description

A ferrite is a type of ceramic compound composed of iron oxide (Fe2O3) combined chemically with one or more additional metallic elements.[1] They are both electrically nonconductive and ferrimagnetic, meaning they can be magnetized or attracted to a magnet. Ferrites can be divided into two families based on their magnetic coercivity, their resistance to being demagnetized. Hard ferrites have high coercivity; they are difficult to demagnetize. They are used to make magnets, for devices such as refrigerator magnets, loudspeakersand small electric motors. Soft ferrites have low coercivity. They are used in the electronics industry to make ferrite cores for inductors andtransformers, and in various microwave components. Yogoro Kato and Takeshi Takei of the Tokyo Institute of Technology invented ferrite in 1930.[2]

Ferrite Bonded Magnets

Grade name


Br (gauss)

Hc (oerstead)

Ihc (oerstead)

Bhmax (mgoe)

F015

Isotropic

900

900

1800

0.15

F020

Isotropic

100

800

2000

0.20

F030

Isotropic

1200

950

1800

0.30

F035

Isotropic

1300

1000

2000

0.35

F040

Isotropic

1400

1100

2200

0.40

F090

Anisotropic

1900

1800

2650

0.90

F105

Anisotropic

2000

2000

3300

1.05

F120

Anisotropic

2200

2150

3500

1.20

F140

Anisotropic

2400

2000

3100

1.40

F150

Anisotropic

2500

2300

3000

1.50

F180

Anisotropic

2700

2300

2750

1.80

F200

Anisotropic

2850

2300

2650

2.00

Injection bonded hybrid magnets

Isotropic / anisotropic hybrid magnets can cover a very large range of magnetic properties. Magnetic properties can be tailor made over a very broad spectrum.

Sintered ferrite magnets can be replaced in a lot of applications by proper selection of magnetic material.

It is an very promising material for the future due to advantages of higher magnetic properties than ferrite magnets and lower costs than the rare earth magnets.

Hybrid bonded magnets


Grade name


Br (gauss)

Hc (oerstead)

Ihc (oerstead)

Bhmax Mg0e

H090

Isotropic

2200

1400

2200

0.90

H110

Isotropic

2600

1500

2700

1.10

H125

Isotropic

2800

1500

2400

1.25

H150

Isotropic

3400

1600

2500

1.50

H180

Anisotropic

3320

1950

2850

1.80

H220

Anisotropic

3260

2300

4100

2.20

H300

Anisotropic

3800

3100

8500

3.00

H350

Anisotropic

4400

2450

3500

3.50


Injection bonded rare earth magnets

  • Very high magnetic properties compared to injection molded ferrites.
  • Greater cracking and chipping resistance than compression molded magnets.
  • Excellent mechanical strength.
  • Very good surface finish.

Rare earth bonded magnets


Grade name


br (gauss)

Hc (oerstead)

Ihc (oerstead)

Bhmax (mg0e)

R350

Isotropic

4160

3366

8470

3.50

R420

Isotropic

4350

3850

9400

4.20

R500

Isotropic

4800

4100

9000

5.00

R550

Isotropic

5300

4200

6750

5.50


Insert molded magnets / over molded magnets

  • Injection bonded magnet manufacturing process has a unique advantage of in-situ molding of steel shafts, brass bushes etc while molding of the magnets.
  • Monobloc molding with metal and other objects make a wide range of applications possible.
  • Monobloc moldings also reduces the number of operations required to manufacture the magnet assembly.
  • Moreover, it leads to reduction in costs and at the same time enhances the bond between the metal insert and the magnet.
  • Insert molding / over molding is preferred wherever possible so as to improve the mechanical strength of the assembly of  magnets.

Other magnets & magnet assemblies

  • Using its vast expertise AMPL offers to provide consultancy to assembly manufactures to select the currect type and grade of the magnet which would be apt for their application.
  • AMPL's associates across the continents support AMPL to procure, characterize and supply other type of magnets like ALNICO, sintered NdFeB, sintered SmCo, etc which are not manufactured at AMPL.
  • AMPL is currently procuring a lot of ALNICO and sintered NdFeB magnets from experienced and quality makers around the world to satisfy the demands of lot of customers in the country.

Composition and properties

Ferrites are usually non-conductive ferromagnetic ceramic compounds derived from iron oxides such as hematite (Fe2O3) or magnetite (Fe3O4) as well as oxides of other metals. Ferrites are, like most of the other ceramics, hard and brittle.

Many ferrites are spinel's with the formula AB2O4, where A and B represent various metal cations, usually including iron Fe. Spinel ferrites usually adopt a "MAXIMA" motif consisting of cubic close-packed (fcc) oxides (O2) with A cations occupying one eighth of the tetrahedral holes and B cations occupying half of the octahedral holes. If one eighth of the tetrahedral holes are occupied by B cation, then one fourth of the octahedral sites are occupied by Acation and the other one fourth by B cationand it's called the inverse spinel structure. It's also possible to have mixed structure spinel ferrites with formula [M2+1-Fe3+][M2+Fe3+2-]O4 where  is the degree of inversion.

The magnetic material known as "ZnFe" has the formula ZnFe2O4, with Fe3+ occupying the octahedral sites and Zn2+ occupy the tetrahedral sites, it's an example of normal structure spinel ferrite.[3][page needed]

Some ferrites have hexagonal "MAXIMA" structure, like Barium and Strontium ferrites BaFe12O19 (BaO:6Fe2O3) and SrFe12O19 (SrO:6Fe2O3). [4]
In terms of their magnetic properties, the different ferrites are often classified as "soft" or "hard", which refers to their low or high magnetic coercivity, as follows.

Soft ferrites
Ferrites that are used in transformer or electromagnetic cores contain nickel, zinc, and/or manganese compounds. They have a low coercivity and are called soft ferrites. The low coercivity means the material's magnetization can easily reverse direction without dissipating much energy (hysteresis losses), while the material's high resistivityprevents eddy currents in the core, another source of energy loss. Because of their comparatively low losses at high frequencies, they are extensively used in the cores of RF transformers and inductors in applications such asswitched-mode power supplies and loopstick antennas used in AM radios.

The most common soft ferrites are: [4]
Manganese-zinc ferrite (MnZn, with the formula MnaZn(1-a)Fe2O4). MnZn have higher permeability and saturation induction than NiZn.
Nickel-zinc ferrite (NiZn, with the formula NiaZn(1-a)Fe2O4). NiZn ferrites exhibit higher resistivity than MnZn, and are therefore more suitable for frequencies above 1 MHz.

For applications below 5 MHz, MnZn ferrites are used; above that, NiZn is the usual choice. The exception is with common mode inductors, where the threshold of choice is at 70 MHz.[5]

Hard ferrites
In contrast, permanent ferrite magnets are made of hard ferrites, which have a high coercively and high remanence after magnetization. Iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate are used in manufacturing of hard ferrite magnets.[6][7] The high coercivity means the materials are very resistant to becoming demagnetized, an essential characteristic for a permanent magnet. They also have high magnetic permeability. These so-called ceramic magnets are cheap, and are widely used in household products such as refrigerator magnets. The maximum magnetic field B is about 0.35 tesla and the magnetic field strength H is about 30 to 160 kiloampere turns per meter (400 to 2000oersteds).[8] The density of ferrite magnets is about 5 g/cm3.

The most common hard ferrites are:
Strontium ferrite, SrFe12O19 (SrO 6Fe2O3), used in small electric motors, micro-wave devices, recording media, magneto-optic media, telecommunication and electronic industry.[4]

Barium ferrite, BaFe12O19 (BaO 6Fe2O3), a common material for permanent magnet applications. Barium ferrites are robust ceramics that are generally stable to moisture and corrosion-resistant. They are used in e.g. loudspeaker magnets and as a medium for magnetic recording, e.g. on magnetic stripe cards.

Cobalt ferrite, CoFe2O4 (CoO, Fe2O3), used in some media for magnetic recording.

Production
Ferrites are produced by heating a mixture of finely-powdered precursors pressed into a mold. During the heating process, calcination of carbonates occurs:
MCO3  MO + CO2

The oxides of barium and strontium are typically supplied as their carbonates, BaCO3 or SrCO3. The resulting mixture of oxides undergoes sintering. Sintering is a high temperature process similar to the firing of ceramic ware.

Afterwards, the cooled product is milled to particles smaller than 2 µm, small enough that each particle consists of a single magnetic domain. Next the powder is pressed into a shape, dried, and re-sintered. The shaping may be performed in an external magnetic field, in order to achieve a preferred orientation of the particles (anisotropy).

Small and geometrically easy shapes may be produced with dry pressing. However, in such a process small particles may agglomerate and lead to poorer magnetic properties compared to the wet pressing process. Direct calcination and sintering without re-milling is possible as well but leads to poor magnetic properties.

Electromagnets are pre-sintered as well (pre-reaction), milled and pressed. However, the sintering takes place in a specific atmosphere, for instance one with an oxygenshortage. The chemical composition and especially the structure vary strongly between the precursor and the sintered product.
To allow efficient stacking of product in the furnace during sintering and prevent parts sticking together, many manufacturers separate ware using ceramic powder separator sheets. These sheets are available in various materials such as alumina, zirconia and magnesia. They are also available in fine medium and coarse particle sizes. By matching the material and particle size to the ware being sintered, surface damage and contamination can be reduced while maximizing furnace loading.

Applications :
Ferrite cores are used in electronic inductors, transformers, and electromagnets where the high electrical resistance of the ferrite leads to very low eddy current losses. They are commonly seen as a lump in a computer cable, called a ferrite bead, which helps to prevent high frequency electrical noise (radio frequency interference) from exiting or entering the equipment.

Early computer memories stored data in the residual magnetic fields of hard ferrite cores, which were assembled into arrays of core memory. Ferrite powders are used in the coatings of magnetic recording tapes. One such type of material is iron (III) oxide.

Ferrite particles are also used as a component of radar-absorbing materials or coatings used in stealth aircraft and in the absorption tiles lining the rooms used for electromagnetic compatibility measurements.

Most common radio magnets, including those used in loudspeakers, are ferrite magnets. Ferrite magnets have largely displaced Alnico magnets in these applications&Ferrite magnets are widely used in motors, magnetic couplings, for sensing, loudspeakers, holding-magnet systems, crafts, magnetic therapy, novelties, and toys.

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  • Minimal outline
  • Ideal quality
  • Ideal working
  • Unbending nature structure
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