Using the same material and the same volume of a magnet, diferent magnetic forces can be obtained. This is possible through different types of magnetizing processes and through adding polar expanders.
Apart from the following examples, which are only for specific applications, there are many other variants. Values indicated are approximate and depend on the thickness of metal, the volume of the magnet and the configuration of the system. We will help you to find the ideal system or the correct magnetization for each of your requirements.
Values indicated were checked with anisotropic ferrite.
Attraction factor 1 Magnetized through the thickness
Attraction factor 1,3 Magnetized through the thickness, with a small metal plate
Attraction factor 3 Alternate poles on one face
Attraction factor 3,5 Alternate poles on one face, with a small metal plate
Attraction factor 5,8 Magnetized through the thickness, with a small metal plate in the form of a U
Attraction factor 18 Magnetized through the thickness, with 2 small metal plates