Compunix BlogLifton Magnets Blog http://liftonmagnets.com/x-rss.blog.aspx?sectionid=1Lifton Magnets Blog 2010http://liftonmagnets.com/p-380-effect-of-temperature-on-magnets.aspxEffect of temperature on MagnetsWhen the temperature of an element increases, its atoms vibrate. In a magnetic element, the vibration of atoms weakens the alignment of the magnetic domains of which they are part.Thu, 29 May 2014 02:13:07 GMThttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-380-effect-of-temperature-on-magnets.aspxhttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-379-effect-of-material-surface-on-permanent-magnetic-clamping.aspxEffect of Material Surface on Permanent Magnetic clampingThe effective unit air gap distances of 2 to 5mm and above can cause significant loss of magnetic holding power and therefore both the magnet pole face and the steel load material must be as reasonably smooth and clean as possible to ensure even contact. Sat, 07 Dec 2013 00:05:09 GMThttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-379-effect-of-material-surface-on-permanent-magnetic-clamping.aspxhttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-375-thin-steel-plate-lifting-with-magnets.aspxThin Steel Plate lifting with magnetsToday, Lifting magnets are available in a wide range of shapes and designs but all of these are usually catered for a specific shape of steel material to be handled.Mon, 05 Aug 2013 23:49:51 GMThttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-375-thin-steel-plate-lifting-with-magnets.aspxhttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-374-customer-recommendation-random.aspxCustomer Recommendation - RandomSat, 27 Jul 2013 00:47:25 GMThttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-374-customer-recommendation-random.aspxhttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-372-basics-of-magnetic-workholding.aspxBasics of Magnetic WorkholdingMagnetic flux lines of force always exist between the North (N) and South (S) poles of a permanent magnet. The strength of the pull force depends on the flux density induced in the material and is proportional to the square of the flux density.Fri, 28 Jun 2013 20:21:46 GMThttp://liftonmagnets.com/p-372-basics-of-magnetic-workholding.aspx