Neodymium Cylinder - 10mm x 10mm
|Pull Force*||3.6 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Cylinder magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised||Dimensions||
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth cylinder has the same height and diameter of 10mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 5635 Gauss and a pull force against 3-5 mm mild steel of 3.6 kgs. Identified by part number 21026.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
Ever since the first Stone Age people tied a knot in a piece of animal skin for warmth or modesty, fastening things together has enjoyed wild popularity. My oxford dictionary defines fasten as, attach, fix, secure by some tie or bond. Magnets, including these neodymium cylinder 10mmx10mm magnets are part of the very large fastening family and conform to the definition in the latter sense, that is, fasten by bond.
It is the bond characteristic of magnets that constitutes one of the very significant advantages magnets enjoys over some of the more tradional fastening devices such as nails, screws, nuts and bolts, clips, staples and pins. More, the power to bond without damaging the attached materials, and release when required without material penalty.
In the modern or digital age, the proliferation of plastics as a material of choice for designers of industrial, commercial and domestic products has witnessed a dramatic increase of the use of magnets as the preferred connective tissue of choice.
Magnets embedded in stone, timber, ceramics, foam often in conjunction with modern plastic materials are replacing traditional fasteners like screws and bolts and nails. The modern preference for hidden or secret fixing, preference for more intuitive open and soft closure protocols in cabinetry and furnishings, and the desirability of components to release at known pull forces for cleaning or servicing all favour magnetic engagement.
Magnets housed within the plastic assembly of manufactured goods, from dolls houses, power tools and interiors of passenger aircraft also constitute an ease of production and ease of assembly. These considerations provide cost relief vital in modern manufacturing.
There is always some rivalry in large families and the fastening family is no different. However, with the wide spread adoption of plastics of all types replacing more traditional materials, the times may have shifted the advantage decisively in favour of magnets as the modern worlds fastener of choice.
This magnet is popular because it has an equal height and diameter. A variety of industries including hydraulic and pneumatic product suppliers, design firms, wood turners, door manufacturers, motor vehicle draft and design firms, ink and coatings use this magnet.