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Ferrite Block Magnets

AMF Ferrite block magnets are versatile and multifunctional. Ferrite magnetic material offers great stability, which allows for these magnets to be used in a wide range of applications. Our Ferrite Blocks are a high quality, low cost solution to many magnetic applications. These permanent magnets are offered in a wide range of sizes, dimensions and different proportions or scales. Any machining or drilling of Ferrite blocks must be done with a diamond wheel, ideally before magnetisation, as they are very hard and brittle.

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Ferrite Block Magnets

Block Magnets can also be known as bar magnets due to their brick-like shape. Block magnets can be found in rectangular, square or cube shapes within our range. They are defined as ‘block magnets’ by the fact that they all have six sides and joined elevations, which are at right angles.

Ferrite (ceramic) magnets have a natural, grey like finish. The raw materials used to produce ferrite magnets are readily available at a relatively affordable cost. This makes them especially cost effective when compared to our other permanent magnets, such as Rare Earth Neodymium, Samarium Cobalt and Alnico. Ferrite magnets are a great choice for those looking for a comparatively cheap magnet with great resistance to corrosion, demagnetisation and temperature stability of up to 250 degrees celsius.

If you require any specific information about our Ceramic Magnetic Blocks please do not hesitate to Contact our sales team via phone call or email.

Applications for Ferrite Block Magnets:

Ideal for both industrial and personal uses, Ceramic Magnetic Blocks are truly multifunctional. They are versatile and can be used across a variety of industries. AMF stocks a large range of sizes and strengths. If you have any trouble finding a product that suits your needs, please contact our sales team who can recommend a product for your specific applications.

Large ceramic block magnets are often used for more heavy-duty industrial purposes. Tradespeople use these magnets for industrial sweeping and separation applications. This ensures that any unwanted metallic shrapnel is safely removed from any areas where they may be hazardous. Production lines, garages, and car parks are all examples of areas where nails and shrapnel may need to be removed.
Smaller Ferrite blocks are favoured by many because of their cost effectiveness and availability. These types of magnets can be found abundantly throughout many different types of products. They are commonly used in DC electric motors or as part of sensors. They are also used in various hand crafts and DIY projects or as fridge magnets.

Our Range of Ferrite Block Magnets

Our range of ferrite magnets includes our standard ceramic ferrite blocks in a variety of different sizes and dimensions, as well as other more specialised products. We also sell ferrite magnets in different shapes such as discs, holding pots, cylinders and rings. We stock Ferrite blocks with holes placed in the centre, often used as a fastening agent. We also stock U-channel ferrite block magnets with steel casings. These U-channel magnets are commonly applied within machines to hold parts in place. We also stock monkey grip and ferrite holding magnets with hooks. These are great for suspending items like wire and fairy lights, or for displaying items on walls.


What is a block magnet?
Block magnets can be made in either a rectangular, square or cube shape. They are defined by their six sides and joined elevations, which are at right angles.

What are ferrite block magnets used for?
Ferrite block magnets are a multi-use product and can be used for both personal and industrial applications. Our larger ferrite blocks are used in industrial settings for magnetic sweeping and separation. Smaller ferrite magnets can be used within electrical systems and for DIY crafts.

Are ferrite block magnets strong?
Our products range in strength depending on size and dimensions. Our strongest ferrite block magnet holds up to 15KG. If you require something with a more powerful pull force, see our neodymium block magnets.

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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