Safety Notices for Neodymium Magnets

 

 
 
Children:
Magnets are not toys.
The magnets pose a risk of death to small children, who may swallow them.
 
Danger of crushing:
Neodymium magnets are powerful magnets.
You may bruise your skin if it is caught between the magnet and a metal object.
 
Working with the magnets:
Neodymium magnets are very difficult to work and may break apart when machined.
Magnets must not be soldered or welded.
The NdFeB material is highly flammable.
 
Colliding magnets:
Neodymium magnets may break if they collide or fall to the ground.
The slivers of magnet normally have sharp edges.
 
Technical equipment:
Powerful permanent magnets can damage technical equipment and storage media.
People with pacemakers or a defibrillator are particularly at risk.
 
Allergies:
Neodymium magnets are typically nickel-plated.
 
Heating:
If neodymium magnets are heated above 80C, they lose their magnetic effect.
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