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0.5kg - 1kg

Magnets with pull-forces in this 0.5 -1kg range can be made from various magnetic materials and in a range of shapes and sizes including ferrite magnets, rare earth magnets, magnetic discs and magnetic cylinders. Block magnets and ring-shaped magnets with the corresponding pull-force can also be included in this category. Small magnets made from Neodymium can have equal or greater magnetic strength than those made from other magnetic materials, but other characteristics such as price or resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation are often important factors that may need to be considered when deciding which magnet is the right one for your application.

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0.5kg - 1kg

A close look at the range of magnets in this 0.5-1kg pull-force category reveals the difference in the holding capacity between the various types of magnetic materials. In general terms and under optimal conditions, a Neodymium magnet with far smaller dimensions than its Ferrite magnet cousin is able to lift and hold the equivalent or even greater weights. The overall pull-force of any magnet is appealing to those with little or limited magnetic experience and the amazing size-to-strength ratio of Neodymium magnetic material, in particular, is captivating to many customers. However, professionals with more experience like engineers or scientists know there are many other factors that need to be included when applying magnetic properties to the design of a product or operating system.
Depending on your particular application, things like the heat resistant grade of the magnetic material, the resistance to demagnetisation (coercivity) and the need for anti-corrosive coatings, are other important factors to consider in addition to the holding strength of any magnet. Find more information about these types of important details in the FAQ & Knowledge Base section.

Choosing the right magnet to suit your application.

There are over 60 different AMF magnetic products in this 0.5-1kg pull-force category. Factors to consider when choosing the right magnet other than pull-force strength can include shape, size, magnetic grade, direction of magnetisation, type of magnetic material and the type of exterior coating. Choose between Block, Disc, Cylinder and Ring-shaped magnets. Choose between magnetic materials including Neodymium, Ferrite, Alnico or even some Flexible magnet strips. Choose the size by diameter, length, width or height dimensions. Coatings on the magnet in this category can include Gold, Epoxy, Nickel or Paint. Magnetic grades in this group vary widely and five Neodymium products have high-temperature grades that are suited to heat affected applications. Four of the items in this category are Diametrically magnetised but the majority are Axially magnetised.

Popular uses for small magnets with 0.5-1kg pull force.

Anyone with a creative or practical inclination can find any number of ways to include magnetic products in their designs and projects. Small magnets with low adhesion strength can add a modern style and practical appeal to your creative ideas and DIY projects. Woodwork, haberdashery, scale model making, dressmaking, millinery, jewellery making and many other forms of creative or artistic work can benefit from magnetic adhesion methods. In the Hobby and Craft category you can find small sew-in paired magnets and small magnets with incremental degrees of pull-force that make it easy to use magnetic hold in just the right proportions you need. Explore the Self Adhesive rare earth magnet category for even more magnetic ideas and options.


Where can I buy small magnets?

For quality, range, service and price, the AMF Magnetics range of products is hard to overlook. Bulk pricing discounts are available for larger quantity purchases and free standard shipping applies to all online magnet orders over $30 to anywhere in Australia. Visit the terms and conditions page for more information about payments, shipping and returns.
You can also contact us for help and advice regarding any of your magnetic requirements.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More