Neodymium bars are a unique class of magnetic materials featuring a strong directional polarity and superior electrical properties. This metal is most commonly used in the production of magnetic balls and they tend to be more stable and durable than most other forms of magnetic material. Neodymium bars come in a variety of different shapes and sizes, but they can be used for a number of different applications where a high quality magnetic field is required.
Neodymium magnetic bars are most commonly used in applications that need extremely high electrical voltage magnetism per weight. Some of these uses include hybrid/electrical cars, computer power sets, and portable laptop power supplies. Neodymium bar magnetic fields are also used in the manufacturing of flat panel monitors, surgical stainless steel coils, and even airplane wings. Neodymium arc magnets are also used in applications where a high quality magnetic field is required such as plasma television displays and the creation of superconductors.
A superior quality Neodymium Bar magnet can be crafted from a wide range of alloys including iron, aluminum, titanium, steel, cobalt, brass, stainless steel and even titanium. The strength of a neodymium bar magnet depends upon the alloy and the type of Neodymium used. There are a number of factors which determine how strong a Neodymium magnet is including the thickness of the wire and the thickness of the magnet material. Other variables include the polarity of the magnetic field, the polarity of the Neodymium material and the size of the magnet.