Neodymium Disc - 25mm x 1mm
|Pull Force*||1.5 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Disc magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised||Dimensions||Height: 1mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
- $2.88 buy 10 to 99 items and save 32%
- $2.08 buy 100+ items and save 51%
Volume pricing available on request.
Magnetic Product Description:
This thin rare earth disc has a diameter of 25mm and a height of 1mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 502 Gauss and a pull force of 1.5 kilos. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 20007B.
Uses for our thin rare earth disc magnets:
Construction companies together with architects and engineers are constantly on the lookout for tools, equipment and methods or techniques that can save time and energy on construction projects.
A recently retired Melbourne hi-rise developer said he didn’t think about building skyscrapers anymore because they were ‘hard to put up’. As one of his last projects was a landmark, award winning, 100 storey central city office and residential tower beset with protracted industrial disputes and chronic wet weather delays, no doubt what he says is true. Because the construction industry is difficult, every little bit helps, including the help of these neodymium disc 25mmx1mm magnets.
Construction companies are required by law to guarantee the building against defects for a period of years (often seven years). Tiny magnets like these embedded in many various devices and applications throughout the hi-rise tower still have to do their job, no matter how small they are.
Rectification or repair costs within the guarantee period, or a builders warranty period against defects can bankrupt, and has bankrupted many builders and building companies. They have to pay to fix any problems. While repairs carried out during the construction phase might be unhelpful, repairs needed to be undertaken once the retail or domestic spaces are occupied by their new owners or tenants, complete with their near new furnishings and artwork, is a scope of work of a different magnitude. Builders rely on their materials and their construction methods do the job, including these widely deployed magnets, without any drama.
Galleries and trade shows and conference organisers love these small discreet magnets too. For the fixing of visual works to different surfaces. A magnetic band with double sided tape works for many types of walls, doors and benchtops. Small enough to not attract undue attention, yet strong enough to provide long lasting hold. These miniature magnets allow for quick positioning and repositioning until the desired result is achieved. This fixing system allows for fuss free changing of minds. It’s possible with neodymium disc 25mm-1mm magnets.