High Temperature Resistance Magnets

The main characteristic of high temperature resistance magnets is their ability to maintain stable magnetic properties under high temperature conditions. They usually have a high Curie temperature and coercivity, which means they can resist magnetic field interference and demagnetization phenomena at high temperatures.

The temperature resistance of neodymium magnets itself is not high, but it can be improved by adding other elements. Adding gadolinium to neodymium magnets can effectively improve their temperature resistance, with the highest Curie temperature being raised to 460 ℃.