Neodymium disc magnets is used primarily for industrial applications and are generally made of iron. This metal is strong enough to be used as a counter-current device in a power generator. Industrial grade magnets tend to have better edge retention than domestic magnets because they are made with stronger materials. In addition to the strength, Neodymium Disc Magnets is typically made with a trivalent iron core.
Neodymium disc magnets has a number of advantages over traditional magnetic discs. These include a much higher current capacity (this improves upon the energy conversion efficiency as the magnetic field is maintained across the length of the magnetic disc). They also tend to spin faster and more rapidly than other magnetic materials. The number of magnetic fields produced by each Neodymium disc magnets can be increased as the strength of the field is required, or alternatively, the magnet can be programmed to only produce a certain number of stable fields.
The strength of a Neodymium disc magnets can also be increased without a large increase in the magnet’s weight as the poles will align in a straight line. On the other hand, a more stable magnet may require an increase in its weight as the poles will be nearer to each other and will experience less lateral pull. Generally, the amount of additional weight that a disc magnets adds to a device depends on the overall size and weight of that particular device and the application where it is to be placed. However, disc magnets are generally a good solution for high current capabilities and smaller applications where greater lateral magnetic force is required.