Neodymium Cylinder - 10mm x 16mm
|Pull Force*||3.9 kg|
|Style||Neodymium 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 magnet has a diameter of 10mm and a height of 16mm. It has a magnetic flux of reading of 6013 Gauss and a pull force of 3.9 kilos against 3-5 mm mild steel. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 21024.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
In the mining and resources sector, mobile boring machines are specialised machine tools performing major repairs and significant services on heavy engines on mine sites, not roving individuals lacking personality.
People described as crashing bores have no need for neodymium cylinder 10mmx16mm magnets, unlike companies offering boring services on heavy equipment. The amount of boring equipment, many utilizing magnets for regulating moving parts and securing gear, is extensive.
There are long and short boring machines. Horizontal and vertical boring machines and mobile boring machines. Boring equipment extends to include, with the help of magnets, union floor borers, in-house line borers and internal bore welding machines. Appropriately, many of these boring machines are housed and operated inside what’s known as a boring shed. Alas, no crashing bores. That phrase is reserved for individuals capable of boring the leg off a chair with a total lack of personal charm.
Whether on the mine site or in the workshop, when servicing massive mining machines, magnets are never far from the action. For secure lifting, holding, carrying and releasing of very heavy machine parts in the workshop or with on-site cranes, magnets and magnetic force provides a safer, simpler and more secure hold than chains or steel slings.
Magnets will release at a known pull force unlike the breaking strain of chains and cables. Magnetic grab will slide under strain before total release. A magnetic slide or shuffle function under strain alerts the operator to impending danger, and allows time to lower the load.
This characteristic is far preferable to a chain that simply bursts at its weakest link, a catastrophic release. This clutch or more gradual release as the magnetic pull force is approached or exceeded is a valuable quality for anyone liable for the damages associated with a catastrophic break. Saving a lot of money on unbudgeted damages is definitely not boring.
Neodymium cylinders are used by electronic key providers, universities and teaching facilities, safety product suppliers, plastic vacuum, trimming (CNC) fabrication, architects, joineries, and minerals sector.