Neodymium Disc - 12mm x 2mm
|Pull Force*||1.3 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Disc magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised||Dimensions||
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
- $0.51 buy 100 to 999 items and save 50%
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Volume pricing available on request.
Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth disc has a diameter of 12mm and a height of 2mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 1992 Gauss and a pull force of 1.3kg. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 20041.
Uses for our rare earth disc magnets:
This disc is both compact and remarkably strong. Perfect for anyone working on the move! Our customers include tradespeople, musicians, hairdressers, groomers, make-up artists, stylists who find these small magnets essential for holding their materials in place whilst traveling between gigs. Simply glue these small Rare Earth discs into place on the bottom of containers or packaging and they will hold in place every time. Alternatively glue or place the magnets on the inside of the toolbox if it is tools or metal canisters which need securing.
Also popular for craftspeople and hobby enthusiasts and DIY projects around the home. The handy size of these petite magnets makes them suitable for just about any job you can imagine. Use just one, or several in combination.
Stylists and designers love these magnets as they can be discreetly concealed inside garments and fabrics allowing textiles to be held firmly and neatly in position. Actors and set designers have been using these magnets for years, allowing for quick and seamless set and costume changes.
Very satisfied.Excellent product and service. Thank you.
Curtains for Sprinter high roof van.For privacy, we made curtains for the side and rear windows.
Magnets were sewn into the edges and spaced out.
To put up the curtains we hold them against the metal outline of the windows and the magnets attach them for us.
To remove them the next day, we just put them off and fold them.
No structural alterations to the van and no drilling.
Very strong magnetsVery happy with magnet's strength but would like advice on how to get them apart without taking the coating off some of them.
Hi Suzanne, the best way to separate your magnets is slide them away from each other using your thumb. Placing the group of magnets against a table and only allowing one magnet above the table's height allows you to slide off one magnet at a time.
FantasticFast delivery and quality product.