Neodymium Cylinder - 9.5mm x 10mm
|Pull Force*||3.2 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Cylinder magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This magnetic cylinder has a diameter of 9.5mm and a height of 10mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 5691 Gauss and a pull force of 3.2 kg. Part identifying number is 21030.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
Artists and galleries displaying and promoting artwork are increasingly turning to magnets. These 9.5mmx10mm cylinder magnets are used as a method to secure the various materials inside and to the frame. Other more powerful magnets, some attached to the ceiling of the gallery, other magets to the walls themselves, are used to attach the frames and other styles of artwork for display. Other magnets are used to secure sculptures or other items to horizontal surfaces. Magnets offer a neat uncluttered look.
The amount of magnetic holding power generated by small magnets surprises people. The power of magnets to project their power through materials rather than into materials is highly valued by artists and curators. The secret or hidden fixing characteristic of magnets is also favoured in an industry wanting focus on the artworks not the method of fastening them.
The growing use of plastic or synthetic frames using magnets as connective tissue is replacing traditional timber frames in many galleries. Ring magnets with a threaded hooks or eyelets attached can offer a less disruptive form of engagement for outdoor signage, where the façade of historic buildings are involved. For artists and galleries whose work is all about image and display and innovation, magnets are becoming the connective tissue of choice.
This popular cylinder magnet is used by the exhibition display industry, grain and soil sampling equipment suppliers, agricultural machinery and automated guided vehicle suppliers, motor repairers and education and teaching sector.