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The specification of magnet refers to the size and shape of magnet. Commonly used specifications are square, round, strip and ring. Different specifications have different applications for magnets. For example, square magnets are suitable for plane adsorption; Circular magnets are suitable for adsorbing spherical objects; Bar magnets are suitable for smooth objects, and ring magnets are suitable for hollow cylinders and other objects. Therefore, when selecting magnets, it is necessary to choose suitable specifications according to specific needs.
Second, the temperature resistance
Temperature resistance of magnets refers to their magnetic properties at different temperatures. Generally speaking, the magnetic force of a magnet decreases with the increase of temperature. Ordinary magnets are easy to lose their magnetism in high temperature environment. The high temperature resistant magnet can still maintain good magnetic properties in high temperature environment. Therefore, the high-temperature resistance is an important performance index, especially suitable for occasions that need to be used in high-temperature environment.
Third, magnetic force
Magnetic force refers to the ability of a magnet to adsorb other substances. The magnitude of magnetic force has a great relationship with the size, shape and material characteristics of magnets. Generally speaking, the greater the magnetic force, the heavier the adsorbed substance will be. Therefore, when selecting magnets, it is necessary to select the appropriate magnetic strength according to the size and weight of the object to be adsorbed.
To sum up, specifications, temperature resistance and magnetic force are all important factors to be considered when selecting magnets. It is necessary to choose a suitable magnet according to the specific application situation in order to give full play to the role of magnets.