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High Temperature Rectangular Magnets

Industrial strength magnets with high-maximum operating temperatures made from samarium cobalt, ceramic, neodymium and alnico. Free technical advice available.
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  • 7 x 7 x 25mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 0.23kg Pull
  • 25 x 10 x 3mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 0.44kg Pull
  • 40 x 25 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 3kg Pull
  • 50 x 19 x 5mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 1.5kg Pull
  • 50 x 19 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 3kg Pull
  • 60 x 20 x 15mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 4.9kg Pull
  • 70 x 20 x 15mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 4.2kg Pull
  • 75 x 50 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 4.5kg Pull
  • 75 x 50 x 20mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 5kg Pull
  • 25 x 5 x 5mm thick Samarium Cobalt Magnet - 3.2kg Pull
  • 5 x 5 x 1mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.4kg Pull - Licensed Material
  • 10 x 3 x 2mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.8kg Pull - Licensed Material
  • 5 x 2.5 x 1.5mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.4kg Pull
  • 5 x 5 x 1mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.4kg Pull
  • 10 x 3 x 2mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.8kg Pull
  • 6 x 4 x 2mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.75kg Pull
  • 3 x 3 x 8mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.5kg Pull
  • 25 x 10 x 3mm thick Samarium Cobalt Magnet - 3.3kg Pull
  • 10 x 10 x 5mm thick Samarium Cobalt Magnet - 2.3kg Pull
  • 20 x 6 x 1.5mm thick Samarium Cobalt Magnet - 0.86kg Pull

Some permanent magnetic materials are more susceptible to high temperatures than others. Here you will find a wide range of rectangular samarium cobalt, ceramic and high temperature grade neodymium magnets that all have high maximum operating temperatures, making them ideal for use in demanding applications. Each type of magnetic material and grade of magnetic material will have its own maximum operating temperature so it is important to take note of this in each product's technical specifications table. If a permanent magnet is heated above its maximum operating temperature it will begin to lose its magnetism. Depending on the temperature reached the magnet may regain some or all of its magnetism on cooling, or, if it is heated further the damage will be irreversible.

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