Ndfeb Magnets

Written by James Lyons
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>NdFeB magnets are currently the strongest magnet configuration available today. If you are wondering what all the letters are for, they are the abbreviations for rare-earth elements on the periodic table. Nd is short for neodymium. Fe is short for iron; you have probably seen this abbreviation on nutritional labels or vitamin supplements. B is for boron. The combination of these three elements makes for some very strong stuff that is commonly called the "super magnet."

This is good news for people who do lots of industrial projects with metal. You can easily haul large sheets just by using a super magnet with a handle attached. You can also locate small, lost pieces by taking another long and thin super magnet and sweeping it behind objects or along the ground. If you have never used NdFeB magnets before, you will wonder how you ever got anything done.

NdFeB Magnets for Everyone

You don't have to be involved with industrial projects to take advantage of NdFeB magnets. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. You can use them to help organize your home quite effectively. Do you hate having hooks sticking out all over the place to hang your keys or tools in the garage? By attaching a super magnet to your wall, you don't have to worry about that anymore. You can even hold up tools such as a full-size shovel on a comparatively small magnet.

How many of us hate it when we're trying to hang something on the refrigerator, be it photos, art work, coupons or important information, and it just keeps falling down? You start wondering why you go to those magnets in the first place. With super magnets, you won't have to deal with this anymore. Even small ones can practically hold up a magazine. The only problem you'll have now is remembering to take down old things instead of constantly stacking them under the same magnet!

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