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Ceramic Ferrite Pot Magnet Description

Ceramic Ferrite pot magnets utilize ferrite magnets to give a good level of clamping hold at an economical price. Ferrite or ceramic pot magnets are fitted with a steel pot that provides shielding from the magnetic field.

Stanford Magnets specializes in manufacturing and supplying Ceramic Ferrite magnets applied in various industrial applications. We have advanced technology, rich experience, and professional engineering technicians in this field. If you require a specific size, please contact us for a quote.


What are ceramic/ferrite pot magnets?
Ceramic/ferrite pot magnets are made by embedding a ferrite disc or ring magnet inside a protective steel shell. This arrangement directs the magnetic field to one open side of the pot, creating a highly concentrated area of magnetic force.
What are the key features of ceramic/ferrite pot magnets?
Enhanced Holding Force: The steel pot directs the magnetic field, increasing the holding force compared to a standalone ferrite magnet of the same size. Protection: The steel shell protects the ferrite magnet from physical damage, making the assembly more durable and resistant to chipping or breaking. Corrosion Resistance: While the ferrite magnet is inherently resistant to corrosion, the steel pot is usually treated or coated to prevent rust. Cost-Effective: Combines the affordability of ferrite magnets with the functional benefits of a pot design for a cost-effective magnetic solution.
What applications are ceramic/ferrite pot magnets used for?
These magnets are versatile and can be used in various applications, including: Holding and Clamping: Ideal for use in jigs, fixtures, and mounting systems where a strong, focused magnetic hold is required. Retail Displays: Commonly used for attaching signs, lighting, or other elements to metal surfaces without drilling or adhesives. Industrial Applications: Used in machinery and equipment for temporary holding or attachment points. Workshops and Warehouses: For organizing tools, holding doors open, or suspending lighting.
How strong are ceramic/ferrite pot magnets?
The holding force of ceramic/ferrite pot magnets is significantly enhanced by the steel pot design. While they are not as strong as rare-earth pot magnets (e.g., neodymium), they offer sufficient holding power for many applications, making them a popular choice where a balance between strength and cost is needed.
Can ceramic/ferrite pot magnets be customized?
The dimensions and shape of the steel pot can often be customized, as can the size of the ferrite magnet inside. Customization allows these magnets to be tailored to specific holding requirements or to fit particular spaces.
How should ceramic/ferrite pot magnets be handled and stored?
Handling: Care should be taken to avoid direct impact or excessive force that could damage the steel pot or the magnet inside. Storage: No special storage conditions are needed, but it's advisable to keep them in a dry environment to prevent any potential rusting of the steel pot. Storing them away from sensitive electronic devices is also recommended.
Are ceramic/ferrite pot magnets affected by temperature?
Ferrite magnets can withstand high temperatures (up to 250°C or 482°F) before beginning to lose their magnetism. The steel pot can also tolerate similar temperatures, making these magnets suitable for various environmental conditions.
How are ceramic/ferrite pot magnets manufactured?
The manufacturing process involves placing a ferrite magnet (disc or ring-shaped) inside a steel shell and then securing it, often with epoxy or another adhesive. The assembly may then be magnetized to ensure maximum magnetic performance.

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