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    Experience the force of Goudsmit UK’s Neodymium magnet grades for exceptional magnetic solutions.

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                [_data_accordion_title] => Coatings Available for Neodymium Magnets
                [_data_accordion_text] => To protect these magnets from corrosion and oxidation, coatings are applied to their surfaces. At Goudsmit UK, there are several coatings available for neodymium magnets. The choice of coating depends on the specific application requirements, and the experts at Goudsmit UK can provide guidance to help customers select the right coating for their neodymium magnets.
    
    Nickel (Ni-Cu-Ni)
    
    • The most frequently used coating.
    • Colour - shiny metallic.
    • Good price/performance ratio.
    • Thickness - approx. 12 micrometres.
    Gold-coating (Ni-Cu-Ni-Au)
    • Razor-thin coating (24k) over normal Ni-Cu-Ni coat,
    • Colour - shiny metallic.
    • Thickness of gold-coating without Ni-Cu-Ni – various depending on application.
    • Thickness of whole coating - approx. 12 micro metres.
    • Only suitable for decorative purposes only as the gold-coating rubs off easily with frequent use.
    Chrome (Ni-Cu-Ni-Cr)
    • Better resistance against rubbing and pressure, therefore often used for sphere shaped magnets.
    • Colour - dull, grey-metallic.
    • Thickness - approx. 15 micrometres.
    Copper (Ni-Cu)
    • Colour - shiny brown-red-gold. The colour may change over time due to oxidation.
    • Slightly weaker rubbing and impact resistance than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Slightly weaker corrosion resistance than als Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Thickness - approx. 10 micrometres.
    • The copper-coloured surface rubs off with frequent use (similar to gold-coated magnets) and is therefore suitable for decorative purposes only.
    Epoxy resin (Ni-Cu-Ni-Epoxy)
    • Colour – black.
    • Almost 100% non-corrosive, as long as coating is intact.
    • Not shock-resistant (crumbles quickly).
    • Thickness - approx. 10 micrometres.
    • Even the smallest, not visible to the eye, damages of the coating will cause damage to the magnet in the long term when exposed to moisture.
    Zinc (Zn)
    • Colour - matt grey/blueish
    • Only zinc without Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • More susceptible to corrosion than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Can leave black marks.
    • Thickness - approx. 4 micrometres.
    Nickel-zinc (Ni-Cu-Ni-Zn)
    • Colour - matt silver, slightly grey/bluish.
    • Ni-Cu-Ni with a layer of zinc.
    • Less susceptible to corrosion than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Thickness - 12–15 micrometres.
    Non-stick coating (PTFE)
    • Colour - grey/anthracite.
    • Non-stick coating (PTFE) only, without Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Nearly waterproof.
    • Very abrasion resistant.
    • Thickness - 12-25 micrometres.
    Without coating
    • Colour - black/grey.
    • Magnets oxidise and corrode quickly when they come in contact with oxygen and water.
    • Magnets need to be covered air and watertight quickly.
    Silver (Ni-Cu-Ni-Ag)
    • Colour - shiny silver.
    • Razor-thin coating over regular Ni-Cu-Ni coating.
    • Material - sterling silver.
    • Thickness - approx. 12 micrometres.
    ) [1] => Array ( [_data_accordion_title] => Advantages and Disadvantages of Neodymium Magnets [_data_accordion_text] => Neodymium magnets are widely used in many applications due to their exceptional strength and magnetic properties. However, like all magnets, they have both advantages and disadvantages that should be considered when selecting them for use in various applications. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of neodymium magnets: Advantages: High magnetic strength: Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets available, providing exceptional magnetic strength and field density. Wide range of shapes and sizes: These magnets can be made in a wide range of shapes and sizes to fit various applications, from small disc magnets to large block magnets. Cost-effective: Neodymium magnets are relatively affordable compared to other high-strength magnets such as samarium cobalt. High resistance to demagnetisation: They have high resistance to demagnetisation, meaning they can maintain their magnetic strength for long periods of time. Lightweight: They are relatively lightweight, making them ideal for use in applications where weight is a concern. Disadvantages: Brittle: Neodymium magnets are brittle and can easily crack or break if dropped or subjected to impact. Corrosion: They are prone to corrosion and may require coating or plating to protect them from rust and degradation. High reactivity: Neodymium magnets are highly reactive to temperature and humidity changes and can lose their magnetic properties if exposed to extreme conditions. Handling: These magnets are extremely strong and can be challenging to handle, requiring care and caution when being installed or removed. ) )

    Exploring Goudsmit UK’s High-Performance Neodymium Magnetic Grades

    Neodymium magnets, also known as NdFeB magnets, are the strongest type of permanent magnets available today. They offer high magnetic strength, excellent resistance to demagnetisation, and are commonly used in a wide range of applications, including motors, generators, sensors, and magnetic separators.

    At Goudsmit UK, we offer a wide range of NdFeB magnets in various grades, shapes, and sizes to meet your specific needs. Our neodymium magnet material grades range from N52 to N42AH to Neo bonded magnets, each offering different levels of magnetic strength and resistance to demagnetisation.

    At Goudsmit UK, we use only the finest raw materials and advanced manufacturing techniques to produce neodymium magnets that meet the most stringent standards of quality and performance. Our extensive range of NdFeB magnets includes standard sizes, shapes, and grades, as well as custom designs tailored to meet your unique specifications.

    Our neodymium magnets are widely used in the automotive, aerospace, medical, and renewable energy industries, among others. They are also commonly used in consumer products, such as speakers and headphones.

    When you choose us as your neodymium magnet manufacturing partner, you benefit from:

    • High-quality products: We pride ourselves on producing neodymium magnets of exceptional quality, designed to meet your exact requirements suited to your application.
    • Reliable delivery: We understand the importance of timely delivery and strive to ensure that your orders are delivered on time and in full.
    • Expert support: Our team of experts is always ready to provide advice and support, ensuring that you get the best possible solutions for your specific needs.
    • Competitive pricing: We offer competitive pricing for our neodymium magnets, ensuring that you get the best value.
    • Custom designs: Our team of experienced engineers can design and manufacture neodymium magnets to your exact specifications, ensuring that you get the perfect solution for your application.

    Coatings Available for Neodymium Magnets

    To protect these magnets from corrosion and oxidation, coatings are applied to their surfaces. At Goudsmit UK, there are several coatings available for neodymium magnets. The choice of coating depends on the specific application requirements, and the experts at Goudsmit UK can provide guidance to help customers select the right coating for their neodymium magnets.

    Nickel (Ni-Cu-Ni)

    • The most frequently used coating.
    • Colour - shiny metallic.
    • Good price/performance ratio.
    • Thickness - approx. 12 micrometres.

    Gold-coating (Ni-Cu-Ni-Au)

    • Razor-thin coating (24k) over normal Ni-Cu-Ni coat,
    • Colour - shiny metallic.
    • Thickness of gold-coating without Ni-Cu-Ni – various depending on application.
    • Thickness of whole coating - approx. 12 micro metres.
    • Only suitable for decorative purposes only as the gold-coating rubs off easily with frequent use.

    Chrome (Ni-Cu-Ni-Cr)

    • Better resistance against rubbing and pressure, therefore often used for sphere shaped magnets.
    • Colour - dull, grey-metallic.
    • Thickness - approx. 15 micrometres.

    Copper (Ni-Cu)

    • Colour - shiny brown-red-gold. The colour may change over time due to oxidation.
    • Slightly weaker rubbing and impact resistance than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Slightly weaker corrosion resistance than als Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Thickness - approx. 10 micrometres.
    • The copper-coloured surface rubs off with frequent use (similar to gold-coated magnets) and is therefore suitable for decorative purposes only.

    Epoxy resin (Ni-Cu-Ni-Epoxy)

    • Colour – black.
    • Almost 100% non-corrosive, as long as coating is intact.
    • Not shock-resistant (crumbles quickly).
    • Thickness - approx. 10 micrometres.
    • Even the smallest, not visible to the eye, damages of the coating will cause damage to the magnet in the long term when exposed to moisture.

    Zinc (Zn)

    • Colour - matt grey/blueish
    • Only zinc without Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • More susceptible to corrosion than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Can leave black marks.
    • Thickness - approx. 4 micrometres.

    Nickel-zinc (Ni-Cu-Ni-Zn)

    • Colour - matt silver, slightly grey/bluish.
    • Ni-Cu-Ni with a layer of zinc.
    • Less susceptible to corrosion than Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Thickness - 12–15 micrometres.

    Non-stick coating (PTFE)

    • Colour - grey/anthracite.
    • Non-stick coating (PTFE) only, without Ni-Cu-Ni.
    • Nearly waterproof.
    • Very abrasion resistant.
    • Thickness - 12-25 micrometres.

    Without coating

    • Colour - black/grey.
    • Magnets oxidise and corrode quickly when they come in contact with oxygen and water.
    • Magnets need to be covered air and watertight quickly.

    Silver (Ni-Cu-Ni-Ag)

    • Colour - shiny silver.
    • Razor-thin coating over regular Ni-Cu-Ni coating.
    • Material - sterling silver.
    • Thickness - approx. 12 micrometres.

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Neodymium Magnets

    Neodymium magnets are widely used in many applications due to their exceptional strength and magnetic properties. However, like all magnets, they have both advantages and disadvantages that should be considered when selecting them for use in various applications. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of neodymium magnets:

    Advantages:

    High magnetic strength: Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets available, providing exceptional magnetic strength and field density.

    Wide range of shapes and sizes: These magnets can be made in a wide range of shapes and sizes to fit various applications, from small disc magnets to large block magnets.

    Cost-effective: Neodymium magnets are relatively affordable compared to other high-strength magnets such as samarium cobalt.

    High resistance to demagnetisation: They have high resistance to demagnetisation, meaning they can maintain their magnetic strength for long periods of time.

    Lightweight: They are relatively lightweight, making them ideal for use in applications where weight is a concern.

    Disadvantages:

    Brittle: Neodymium magnets are brittle and can easily crack or break if dropped or subjected to impact.

    Corrosion: They are prone to corrosion and may require coating or plating to protect them from rust and degradation.

    High reactivity: Neodymium magnets are highly reactive to temperature and humidity changes and can lose their magnetic properties if exposed to extreme conditions.

    Handling: These magnets are extremely strong and can be challenging to handle, requiring care and caution when being installed or removed.

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    Magnetic Grades

    Item Grade Remanence Coercivity Max Energy Product Temperature Coefficient Max Working Temperature
    Br HcB HcJ (BH)max (Br) (Hcj) TwMax
    T kGs kA/m kOe kA/m kOe KJ/m³ MGOe %/°C %/°C °C
    N N35 1.17-1.22 11.7-12.2 ≥860 ≥10.8 ≥955 ≥12 263-287 33-36 -0.10 ~ -0.12 -0.4 ~ 0.6 ≤80
    N38 1.23-1.25 12.3-13.0 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 287-318 36-40 ≤80
    N40 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 302-334 38-42 ≤80
    N42 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 318-350 40-44 ≤80
    N45 1.32-1.38 13.2-13.8 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 334-366 42-46 ≤80
    N48 1.37-1.43 13.7-14.3 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 358-390 45-49 ≤80
    N50 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥876 ≥11 ≥955 ≥12 374-406 47-51 ≤80
    N52 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥836 ≥10.5 ≥876 ≥11 390-422 49-53 ≤80
    N55 1.46-1.51 14.6-15.1 ≥860 ≥10.8 ≥955 ≥12 406-438 51-55 ≤80
    M N35M 1.17-1.22 11.7-12.2 ≥868 ≥10.9 ≥1114 ≥14 263-287 33-36 ≤100
    N38M 1.23-1.30 12.3-13.0 ≥915 ≥11.5 ≥1114 ≥14 287-318 36-40 ≤100
    N40M 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥1114 ≥14 302-334 38-42 ≤100
    N42M 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥1114 ≥14 318-350 40-44 ≤100
    N45M 1.32-1.38 13.2-13.8 ≥987 ≥12.4 ≥1114 ≥14 334-366 42-46 ≤100
    N48M 1.37-1.43 13.7-14.3 ≥1019 ≥12.8 ≥1114 ≥14 358-390 45-49 ≤100
    N50M 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1043 ≥13.1 ≥1114 ≥14 374-406 47-51 ≤100
    N52M 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥1059 ≥13.3 ≥1114 ≥14 390-422 49-53 ≤100
    N54M 1.46-1.51 14.6-15.1 ≥995 ≥12.5 ≥1035 ≥13 406-438 51-55 ≤100
    H N35H 1.17-1.24 11.7-12.4 ≥876 ≥11.0 ≥1353 ≥17 263-295 33-37 ≤120
    N38H 1.23-1.30 12.3-13.0 ≥915 ≥11.5 ≥1353 ≥17 286-318 36-40 ≤120
    N40H 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥939 ≥11.8 ≥1353 ≥17 302-334 38-42 ≤120
    N42H 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥1353 ≥17 318-350 40-44 ≤120
    N45H 1.32-1.38 13.2-13.8 ≥987 ≥12.4 ≥1353 ≥17 334-366 42-46 ≤120
    N48H 1.37-1.43 13.7-14.3 ≥1011 ≥12.7 ≥1353 ≥17 358-392 45-49 ≤120
    N50H 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1027 ≥12.9 ≥1353 ≥17 374-406 47-51 ≤120
    N52H 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥1059 ≥13.3 ≥1353 ≥17 390-422 49-53 ≤120
    SH N33SH 1.14-1.21 11.4-12.1 ≥852 ≥10.7 ≥1592 ≥20 247-279 31-35 ≤150
    N35SH 1.17-1.24 11.7-12.4 ≥876 ≥11.0 ≥1592 ≥20 263-295 33-37 ≤150
    N38SH 1.23-1.29 12.3-12.9 ≥915 ≥11.5 ≥1592 ≥20 287-318 36-40 ≤150
    N40SH 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥939 ≥11.8 ≥1592 ≥20 302-334 38-42 ≤150
    N42SH 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥1592 ≥20 318-350 40-44 ≤150
    N45SH 1.32-1.38 13.2-13.8 ≥987 ≥12.4 ≥1592 ≥20 334-366 42-46 ≤150
    N48SH 1.37-1.43 13.7-14.3 ≥1011 ≥12.7 ≥1592 ≥20 358-390 45-49 ≤150
    N50SH 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1027 ≥12.9 ≥1592 ≥20 374-406 47-51 ≤150
    N52SH 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥1035 ≥13 ≥1512 ≥19 390-422 49-53 ≤150
    UH N30UH 1.08-1.13 10.8-11.3 ≥796 ≥10.0 ≥1990 ≥25 223-247 28-31 ≤180
    N33UH 1.14-1.18 11.4-11.8 ≥852 ≥10.5 ≥1990 ≥25 247-279 31-35 ≤180
    N35UH 1.17-1.24 11.7-12.4 ≥876 ≥11.0 ≥1990 ≥25 263-295 33-37 ≤180
    N38UH 1.23-1.29 12.3-12.9 ≥915 ≥11.5 ≥1990 ≥25 287-318 36-40 ≤180
    N40UH 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥939 ≥11.8 ≥1990 ≥25 302-334 38-42 ≤180
    N42UH 1.28-1.35 12.8-13.5 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥1990 ≥25 310-350 39-44 ≤180
    N45UH 1.32-1.38 13.2-13.8 ≥987 ≥12.4 ≥1990 ≥25 334-366 42-46 ≤180
    N48UH 1.37-1.42 13.7-14.2 ≥1019 ≥12.8 ≥1910 ≥24 358-390 45-49 ≤180
    N50UH 1.39-1.45 13.9-14.5 ≥995 ≥12.5 ≥1990 ≥25 374-406 47-51 ≤180
    EH N30EH 1.08-1.15 10.8-11.5 ≥812 ≥10.2 ≥2388 ≥30 223-255 28-32 ≤200
    N33EH 1.14-1.21 11.4-12.1 ≥851 ≥10.7 ≥2388 ≥30 247-279 31-35 ≤200
    N38EH 1.17-1.24 11.7-12.4 ≥876 ≥11.0 ≥2388 ≥30 263-295 33-37 ≤200
    N38EH 1.23-1.29 12.3-12.9 ≥915 ≥11.5 ≥2388 ≥30 287-318 36-40 ≤200
    N40EH 1.26-1.32 12.6-13.2 ≥939 ≥11.8 ≥2388 ≥30 302-334 38-42 ≤200
    N42EH 1.28-1.35 12.8-13.5 ≥963 ≥12.1 ≥2388 ≥30 318-350 39-44 ≤200
    N45EH 1.33-1.38 13.3-13.8 ≥995 ≥12.5 ≥2308 ≥29 334-366 42-46 ≤200
    AH N28AH 1.04-1.12 10.4-11.2 ≥772 ≥9.7 ≥2786 ≥35 207-239 26-30 ≤230
    N30AH 1.08-1.15 10.8-11.5 ≥812 ≥10.2 ≥2786 ≥35 223-255 28-32 ≤230
    N33AH 1.14-1.21 11.4-12.1 ≥852 ≥10.7 ≥2786 ≥35 247-279 31-35 ≤230
    N35AH 1.17-1.24 11.7-12.4 ≥876 ≥11.0 ≥2786 ≥35 263-295 33-37 ≤230
    N38AH 1.23-1.27 12.3-12.7 ≥923 ≥11.6 ≥2786 ≥35 287-318 36-40 ≤230
    N40AH 1.26-1.31 12.6-13.1 ≥939 ≥11.8 ≥628 ≥33 302-334 38-42 ≤230
    N42AH 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥955 ≥12.0 ≥2628 ≥33 318-350 40-44 ≤230

    Neo Bonded Magnets

    Item Grade Remanence Coercivity Max Energy Product Max Working Temperature Density
    Br HcB HcJ (BH)max TwMax P
    T kGs kA/m kOe kA/m kOe KJ/m³ MGOe °C g/cm³
    Compression Moulding NdFeB Magnet KBM-2 0.30-0.40 3.0-4.0 160-240 2.0-3.0 420-640 6.0-8.0 16-24 2.0-3.0 ≤120 4.5-6.0
    KBM-4 0.40-0.50 4.0-5.0 240-320 3.0-4.0 560-720 7.0-9.0 32-44 4.0-5.5 ≤120 5.2-6.0
    KBM-6 0.50-0.60 5.0-6.0 320-400 4.0-5.0 430-640 6.0-8.0 48-60 6.0-7.5 ≤120 5.5-6.0
    KBM-8 0.60-0.68 6.0-6.8 360-440 4.5-5.5 640-800 8.0-10.0 64-72 8.0-9.0 ≤150 5.8-6.1
    KBM-8H 0.60-0.65 6.0-6.5 400-480 5.0-6.0 1120-1230 14.0-16.0 60-68 7.5-8.5 ≤160 5.8-6.2
    KBM-8L 0.65-0.68 6.5-6.8 400-480 5.0-6.0 900-1120 11.0-14.0 64-72 8.0-9.0 ≤160 5.8-6.2
    KBM-9 0.60.0.68 6.0-6.8 400-480 5.0-6.0 640-800 8.0-10.0 68-72 8.5-9.0 ≤150 5.8-6.2
    KBM-10 0.68-0.73 6.8-7.3 400-480 5.0-6.0 640-800 8.0-10.0 76-84 9.5-10.5 ≤150 5.8-6.2
    KBM-12 0.71-0.75 7.1-7.5 440-520 5.5-6.5 720-800 9.0-10.0 84-96 10.5-12.0 ≤150 6.0-6.2
    KBM-12L 0.72-0.76 7.2-7.6 400-480 5.0-6.0 480-640 6.0-8.0 84-96 10.5-12.0 ≤140 6.0-6.2
    Injection Moulding NdFeB Magnet KBI-3 0.20-0.30 2.0-3.0 160-240 2.0-3.0 480-640 6.0-8.0 12-24 1.5-3.0 ≤100 3.9-4.4
    KBI-4 0.35-0.45 3.5-4.5 240-320 3.0-4.0 560-720 7.0-9.0 24-36 3.0-4.5 ≤120 4.2-4.9
    KBI-5 0.45-0.52 4.5-5.2 320-360 4.0-4.5 560-720 7.0-9.0 36-44 4.5-5.5 ≤120 4.5-5.0
    KBI-5H (PPS) 0.48-0.52 4.8-5.2 400-480 5.0-6.0 380-1040 11.0-13.0 36-44 4.5-5.5 ≤150 4.9-5.4
    KBI-6 0.50-0.55 5.0-5.5 320-440 4.0-5.5 640-800 8.0-10.0 44-52 5.5-6.5 ≤120 4.7-5.1
    KBI-7 0.54-0.64 5.4-6.4 320-400 4.0-5.5 640-800 8.0-10.0 52-60 6.5-7.5 ≤120 5.0-5.5
    KBI-8 0.64-0.74 6.4-7.4 400-480 5.0-6.0 640-803 8.0-10.0 68-76 8.5-9.5 ≤120 5.0-5.9
    Diffusion Process
    SH G48SH 1.37-1.42 13.7-14.2 ≥1011 ≥13 ≥1592 ≥20 358-390 45-49 ≤150 ≥7.5
    G50SH 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1027 ≥13.2 ≥1592 ≥20 374-406 47-51 ≤150 ≥7.5
    G52SH 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥1067 ≥13.4 ≥1592 ≥20 390-422 49-53 ≤150 ≥7.5
    G55SH 1.46-1.51 14.6-15.1 ≥1083 ≥13.6 ≥1592 ≥20 406-438 51-55 ≤150 ≥7.5
    UH G45UH 1.33-1.38 13.7-13.8 ≥978 ≥12.4 ≥1990 ≥25 334-366 42-46 ≤180 ≥7.5
    G48UH 1.37-1.42 13.7-14.2 ≥1027 ≥12.9 ≥1990 ≥25 358-390 45-49 ≤180 ≥7.5
    G50UH 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1051 ≥13.2 ≥1990 ≥25 374-406 47-51 ≤180 ≥7.5
    G52UH 1.42-1.48 14.2-14.8 ≥1067 ≥13.4 ≥1990 ≥25 390-422 49-53 ≤180 ≥7.5
    G54UH 1.46-1.51 14.6-15.1 ≥1075 ≥13.5 ≥1990 ≥25 406-438 51-55 ≤180 ≥7.5
    EH G40EH 1.26-1.31 12.6-13.1 ≥955 ≥12.0 ≥2388 ≥30 302-334 38-42 ≤200 ≥7.5
    G44EH 1.29-1.35 12.9-13.5 ≥971 ≥12.2 ≥2388 ≥30 318-350 40-44 ≤200 ≥7.5
    G46EH 1.33-1.38 13.3-13.8 ≥1011 ≥12.7 ≥2388 ≥30 334-366 42-46 ≤200 ≥7.5
    G48EH 1.37-1.42 13.7-14.2 ≥1027 ≥12.9 ≥2388 ≥30 358-390 45-49 ≤200 ≥7.5
    G50EH 1.40-1.45 14.0-14.5 ≥1051 ≥13.2 ≥2308 ≥29 374-406 47-51 ≤200 ≥7.5

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