Anisotropic Ferrite Magnet

  • Fastening devices
  • Assembly devices
  • Motors
  • Door Catch
  • Reed-Switch
  • Electronic parts


Anisotropic ferrite magnets are with higher energy compared with Isotropic magnets. However, the cost for it surely is higher too. Generally speaking, they are mostly used for those applications that need stronger attractions or electronic parts/components.

Our high energy, anisotropic magnets are bonded strontium ferrite composite flexible magnets. This product can be easily manipulated using tools such as knives, drills, cutting dies, or grinding wheels. Flexible magnets can be bent, twisted, and cut without loss of magnetic energy. High-energy flexible magnets are commonly manufactured in the form of strips, sheets, or die-cut pieces.