Neodymium Pot - Countersunk 32mm x 8mm | Nth Sth PAIR
|Pull Force*||25 kg|
|Style||Rare earth countersunk mounting magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetized thru the 8mm||Dimensions|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
- $13.86 buy 10 to 99 items and save 20%
- $10.95 buy 100+ items and save 37%
Volume pricing available on request.
These Neodymium (Rare Earth) Countersunk Pot Magnets come as a North and South pair, with an internal void so they are able to be mounted on any non-magnetic device. Each magnet has an individual pull force of of 25kg, which incredibly strong considering their small size of a 32mm diameter and a height of 8mm. They are axially magnetised and designed to stick together. Each magnet is encased in a mild steel sheeting to protect from corrosion and chipping as well as increasing the magnetic strength of the exposed side.
Uses for our rare earth countersunk pot magnets:
Paired Holding Magnets have their poles arranged in a complementary way so the two magnets attract when applied to opposing surfaces. This allows the benefits associated with a magnetic bond to extend to non-ferrous materials of any type. These Pot-type magnets eliminate the need for clumsy, unsightly and invasive old-fashioned fastening systems that damage surfaces and require things like staples, screws or nails to affect their hold. They also allow the benefits associated with magnetic hold to be extended to industries and manufacturing processes that are not dominated by ferrous materials or metallic surfaces and can create a magnetic bond between timber, plastic, ceramic and acrylic materials. The magnets are easy to attach with the once-only application of a screw to secure them in place, after which the. magnetic bond is permanent, accurate and repeatable and these attributes are often extremely important prerequisites for many commercial applications and innovative product designs.
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Very strong,well suited as a art work hangerI bought this to hang a heavy art work,and found the holding strength well suited,and use again.