Magnets Safety Guide

Magnets Safety Guide

Safety Precautions

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Magnetic fields can interfere with the normal operation of pacemakers, posing a risk to personal safety.

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Magnets are not edible. If accidentally ingested, seek medical attention immediately.

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Store magnets in a place inaccessible to children to ensure their safety.

Usage Notes


• The magnetic performance parameters in the product datasheet are characteristic values under specific conditions, not guaranteed values in use. Differences in magnet size, magnetic circuit structure, and operating environment can affect performance. Confirm actual performance based on sample usage in the early design phase.
• Magnets may demagnetize due to high temperatures. Confirm the working temperatures of the assembly or use environment during design, and select the appropriate materials with the necessary protective measures.
• Using or storing magnets in corrosive environments, high temperatures and humidity, or acidic/alkaline organic solvents can cause rust, corrosion, reduced magnetic performance, or damage. Implement protective measures in the design.
• Secondary processing of magnets may reduce magnetic performance, cause breakage, or detachment of the coating. Consult our company before processing.
• Magnets are hard and brittle. If used in applications with high vibrations or impacts, they may fracture or lose magnetic properties. Include protective measures in the design.
• When used in high-speed rotating applications such as motors, magnets can detach and damage equipment. Ensure that protective measures are designed.
• During assembly, mechanical actions or structures may damage magnets or components. Design reasonable assembly actions or mechanical structures.


• Once magnetized, magnets have a strong attraction force. Improper handling can lead to accidents, such as fingers getting pinched between magnets or between magnets and iron objects, and magnets shattering due to high-speed collisions, causing injuries. Use caution when using magnets.
• Magnets can attract iron filings, other magnets, or magnet fragments, affecting their use or assembly. Maintain a clean environment.
• When bonding magnets, avoid oil, dirt, or other contaminants on the bonding surface, which can reduce adhesive strength.
• Before bonding magnets with adhesives, confirm the reliability of the bond. When designing, consider the type of adhesive, bonding conditions, weather resistance, quantity, and bonding strength.


• Store the products in a safe place to prevent damage or breakage due to falling objects.
• Keep the products in a dry location to prevent rusting caused by moist environments.


• Avoid placing magnets near magnetic media such as magnetic cards, tapes, prepaid cards, and tickets to prevent data loss.
• Keep magnets away from electronic devices to avoid interference with circuits.
• For individuals sensitive to metals, direct contact with magnets may cause skin irritation or redness. • • Wear protective gloves to avoid direct contact with magnets if these symptoms occur.