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  1. Disc Magnets Disc magnets are thin, flat and circular. The diameter of a disc magnet is always greater than its thickness. Cost effective and versatile, a disc is the most popular shape for a magnet. read more...
  2. Ring Magnets Similar to disc magnets, ring magnets are a thin flat design featuring a central hollow or cavity. Specifications for these types of magnets are measured by the outer diameter, inner diameter read more...
  3. Pot Magnets Pot magnets, also known as holding discs, are generally used for gripping, clamping and fixing components together. Defined by a central void, some threaded, others countersunk, this cavity read more...
  4. Block Magnets Block magnet forms are either rectangular, square or a cube. They all have six sides and joined elevations are at right angles with each other. Blocks are housed in purpose made channels to read more...
  5. Arc Magnets Arc shaped magnets are the most widespread and the most useful because of their vital role in motors and generators, converting an electrical current into mechanical power. Elsewhere, magnetic read more...
  6. Cylinder Magnets Specifications for cylinder magnets are given according to their height and diameter. These types of magnets have straight parallel sides, are circular in cross section and house a hollow read more...
  7. Magnetic Hooks Regardless of their exact shape or particular size, magnetic hooks serve to keep valuables in one place, out of harm’s way for simple retrieval when required. At home and work, small but read more...
  8. Bar Magnets Bar Magnets are a universal rectangular shape for magnetic material and can be used for almost any application due to the variety of magnetic material available. For example, Neodymium Bar read more...
  9. Circular Magnets AMF Magnetics huge range of Circular Magnets - also known as Disc Magnets - amount to more than 100 in total, all made from different materials, in different sizes and with different pull read more...
  10. Rare Earth Ring Magnets Rare Earth (Neodymium) Ring Magnets are a handy alternative to Rare Earth Discs because, while they aren’t as magnetically strong, the hole in the middle of the disk guarantees incredible read more...

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