Large rare earth metals like magnetite, moissanite, iron ore and sulfur are the building blocks of modern day magnets. As these metals are so valuable, they are protected by stringent federal regulations. It can be quite harmful for a individual to walk into a magnet store and get a hold of rare earth metal, without knowing and understanding the way the process works. This is why it’s important to research large rare earth magnets before you make the purchase, which means you don’t put yourself up for large legal problems when your magnets do not work as you expected.
Larger rare earth metals like magnetite possess a magnetic force much more powerful than small magnets would be capable of producing. But, they’re also quite hard to design and construct in a way that would give the desired results. In addition, the strength of their magnetic force is solely within a very small selection, compared to other kinds of magnets. That is why it would be best to use small, lightweight, disposable items like barbells, balls or even golf clubs as part of your own safe, mobile home construction jobs.
Due to the extreme sensitivity of the tiny magnets involved, there’s a good amount of wasted energy produced by the conversion of electric current to magnetic field energy. This energy is typically wasted because there’s absolutely no method to find the magnets close enough to a conductive piece of alloy to generate a stable magnetic field. When trying to design large magnets, then it would be far better to use lightweight, disposable items such as PVC pipes, PVC mats, or similar materials which may be utilized as temporary guards till you’re prepared to make your large permanent magnet. Then, when you’re all set to build a large permanent magnet, the easiest way to do so is to simply drill holes into those PVC pipes or mats, place the magnetized piece of steel on top of the hole, then bolt the magnetized piece of steel onto the PVC pipe or mat. The final result is going to be a very powerful and durable portable magnetic field which will protect any system that is placed in its perimeter.