Tri-Neo magnets, composed of neodymium, iron and boron, have the highest energy product of any permanent magnet material. Since the raw materials that make of Tri-Neo magnets is relatively abundant and low in cost, the cost of Tri-Neo magnets per maximum energy product is favorable.

Tri-Neo magnet applications are expanding in the automotive, industrial and consumer electronics industries.

Tri-Neo magnets are available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and grades. For more detailed information, download individual Tri-Neo spec sheets from the table below.

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Grade

Br
min (kG)

Br
min (T)

Br
max (kG)

Br
max (T)

Hcb
min (kOe)

Hcb
min (kA/m)

Hcj
min (kOe)

Hcj
min (kA/m)

BH(max)
min (MGOe)

BH(max)
min [kJ/m³]

BH(max)
max (MGOe)

BH(max)
max [kJ/m³]

Average Temperature Coefficient
Br* (%/C)

Average Temperature Coefficient
Hcj* (%/C)

Δ T

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N48SH N/A 13.6 N/A 1.36 N/A 14.2 N/A 1.42 N/A 12.7 N/A 1011 N/A 19 N/A 1512 N/A 45 N/A 358 N/A 49 N/A 390 N/A -0.12 N/A -0.55 N/A 20-140C
N51M N/A 14.2 N/A 1.42 N/A 14.8 N/A 1.48 N/A 12.5 N/A 995 N/A 13 N/A 1035 N/A 49 N/A 390 N/A 52 N/A 414 N/A -0.12 N/A -0.65 N/A 20-100C
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