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Default Storing Neo and Ferrite motors?

AS the question suggests I have motors and subs that are waiting for love.
While this happens they are in my closet garage and all over.
I am wondering how close together they can be stored (especially Neo close to ferrite) without de-magnetizing each other.
I have some subs/motors along my closet top shelf, and spaced as much as possible, which isnt much.
I have a 6 ft long shelf with 5 ferrite and 4 neo motors/subs mixed on it.
Am I gonna ruin something?
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AS the question suggests I have motors and subs that are waiting for love.
While this happens they are in my closet garage and all over.
I am wondering how close together they can be stored (especially Neo close to ferrite) without de-magnetizing each other.
I have some subs/motors along my closet top shelf, and spaced as much as possible, which isnt much.
I have a 6 ft long shelf with 5 ferrite and 4 neo motors/subs mixed on it.
Am I gonna ruin something?
I wouldnt think so....
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Old 08-26-2015, 05:51 PM
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A copy/paste from this page:
Loss of magnetic adhesive force over time - supermagnete.de

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Heat: Ferrite magnets shouldn't be exposed to temperatures above 250 C
Cold: Ferrite magnets shouldn't be cooled down below -40 C
Other strong magnetic fields: Fields of electromagnets, but also neodymium magnets can demagnetise or reverse the polarity of ferrite magnets. Therefore, neodymium and ferrite magnets should always be stored and transported separately.
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95% of motors are in a vertical field, meaning the poles are on top and bottom. and neo is naturally shielding to its side. in other words, they will not demag each other. I leave ~6" so motors cant slide and connect but that would be hard also
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95% of motors are in a vertical field, meaning the poles are on top and bottom. and neo is naturally shielding to its side. in other words, they will not demag each other. I leave ~6" so motors cant slide and connect but that would be hard also
One of my neo pairs use a single ring like ferrite would, and other one NRT style.

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Lots of people mount their subs with the motors close together. I don't see storing them near eachother as being an issue. The magnetic field isn't that big
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Just to be safe you should send the neo motors to me. I'll keep them safe.
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never had an issue after storing em like that for 5+ years
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Just to be safe you should send the neo motors to me. I'll keep them safe.
Good idea!
Ill need an address though lol
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never had an issue after storing em like that for 5+ years
Yeah I wasnt worried about ceramic motors, but that the neos might cause an issue.
Im just glad I can keep them together.
My wife already mad that I have the whole closet shelf full of subs-n-motors, if I had to keep them on the closet floor too she would freak out.
I have subs and stereos all over the house as it is
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