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Ferrite magnets

Ferrite magnets are easy to recognise due to their dark-grey colour. Unlike neodymium magnets, they don't need any coating thanks to their non-corrosive material. We carry ferrite magnets made of strontium ferrite (SrFe) in our assortment which are all axially magnetised. Ferrite magnets are also known as raw magnets, hard ferrite magnets, ceramic magnets or ceramic permanent magnets. The advantages of ferrite magnets at a glance:
  • Temperature-resistant from -40 °C to 250 °C
  • Rust-proof and therefore ideal for outdoor use
  • Inexpensive
Disc magnets ferrite
Up to 100 mm in diameter
Block magnets ferrite
Up to 4,1 kg adhesive force
Ring magnets ferrite
Up to 100/60 mm in diameter

Additional information

In our FAQ pages, you can find more facts and figures about ferrite magnets. You can find additional information about the characteristics of ferrite, such as density or electric resistance, under material features of ferrite. A detailed comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of ferrite magnets versus neodymium magnets are listed under Should I buy a ferrite or neodymium magnet?