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Nodymium magnets are used in a variety of applications and are well suited for small parts and assemblies. Typical applications range from craft and model building projects to high-performance motors, medical instruments, audio components, POP displays, scientific projects, DIY projects, hanging artwork and more.
What should we pay attention to when using neodymium magnets?
How are neodymium magnets produced and used correctly?
What are the applications of neodymium magnets?
Tips for safe handling of magnets
1. Choking and swallowing
Do not let children work alone with magnets. Children can swallow smaller magnets. If one or more magnets are swallowed, there is a risk that they will get stuck in the intestine, which can lead to dangerous complications.
2. Electrical hazards
As you may know, neodymium magnets are made of metal and electricity. Do not allow children or others to plug magnets into electrical outlets. It could cause an electric shock.
3. Watch your fingers
Some magnets, including neodymium magnets, can have a very strong magnetic force. If you are not careful with magnets, you can pinch your finger between two strong magnets. Very strong magnets can even break bones. If you need to handle very large and strong magnets, it is best to wear protective gloves.
1. Magnetic field
Magnets generate a wide range of magnetic forces that are harmless to humans, but can damage electronic devices such as televisions, hearing aids, watches and computers. To avoid this, you need to keep neodymium magnets at a safe distance from such devices.
2. Fire hazard
If you work with magnets, dust ignites relatively easily. So if you drill into a magnet or other activities that generate magnetic dust, keep the fire at a safe distance.
Some types of magnets may contain nickel. Even if they are not coated with nickel, they may contain nickel. Some people may have an allergic reaction when exposed to nickel. You may have experienced this with some pieces of jewelry. Please note that contact with nickel-plated objects may cause nickel allergy. If you already have a nickel allergy, you should definitely avoid contact.
Neodymium magnets are versatile, which makes sense considering that they are very strong and inexpensive. Here are some ways you can use neodymium magnets in your daily life.
Neodymium magnets are used in mobile phones, speakers, headphones and many other everyday electronic devices.
Industrial applications–generators, flow meters, linear drives, gyroscopes, brackets. A few neodymium blocks or cubes are perfect for keeping sheets in place. This is most often the case when welding, drilling or machining.
Green energy: Hybrid and electric vehicles use neodymium magnets, as do wind turbines.
Healthcare–Pacemakers and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices use neodymium magnets.
From the first idea to the finished product, our efficient working method guarantees the highest quality. At Shine Magnetics, we always do everything we can to upgrade and expand our production facilities. Efficient production process and punctual delivery are the requirements of customers and also what we are constantly improving.