Master Magnetics Offers Neodymium Magnets for Sale
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Neodymium Magnets Are Ideal for Many Technical, Industrial and Consumer Applications

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. - AstroBug -- Master Magnetics, Inc. (https://www.magnetsource.com), an employee-owned company focused exclusively on manufacturing and distributing magnets and magnetic devices, offers a wide range of neodymium magnets for sale. Neodymium magnets, which are part of the rare earth magnet family, are the strongest magnets in the world. They're used in a variety of technology and industrial applications; they're equally popular for home hobby, craft and DIY applications due to performance, small size and affordability.

Neodymium magnets are known for their strength and are very resistant to demagnetization. These powerful magnets have high magnetic energy, with a general operating temperature range of -40 F to 176 F, but higher grades can withstand even greater heat. Master Magnetics sells neodymium magnets in a variety of shapes, sizes and strengths, including blocks, discs and spheres in grades 35 through 52.

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"With millions of neodymium magnets in stock at our headquarters in Castle Rock, Colorado, our customers know they can find what they need here. We sell magnets in bulk to the technology manufacturing and retail industries and we also sell to consumers," said Trisha Lycas, Senior Manager of Sales and Marketing at Master Magnetics.

"Medical equipment, magnetic separators, microphone assemblies, automotive starters, printers and speakers are just some of the examples of things our customers make with neodymium magnets and do-it-yourselfers use them for various projects at home, school, the office and workshop."

Neodymium magnets are part of the rare earth magnet family. They are the strongest permanently- magnetized magnets available, with a significantly greater performance strength than ferrite (ceramic) and alnico magnets. Neodymium magnets are composed of neodymium, iron and boron alloys. They are brittle, prone to shattering, and will jump together when not properly handled, therefore, care must be taken when handling these strong magnets.

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To learn more about the neodymium magnets and potential applications, visit https://www.magnetsource.com/neo.

About Master Magnetics (https://www.magnetsource.com), Master Magnetics, Inc. was founded in 1976 in Castle Rock, Colorado. We are an employee-owned company focused exclusively on manufacturing and distributing magnets and magnetic devices for commercial, industrial, and consumer use. Master Magnetics provides a broad range of product offerings for business and consumer use.

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