Neodymium Pot - Countersunk 36mm x 9mm
|Pull Force*||29 kg|
|Style||Rare earth countersunk pot magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised thru the 9mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth pot magnet has a diameter of 36mm, a countersunk hole diameter of 6.5mm and a thickness of 9mm. It has a pull force of 29kg and a weight of 52 grams. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number AMFYPA36.
Uses for our rare earth countersunk pot magnets:
This Countersunk Neodymium Pot magnet is employed by builders and cabinetmakers in a host of different ways during the construction of high-end commercial buildings and homes. Incorporated into the design to create secret fixings, drawer closures, hanging systems and seamless cabinetry, these Rare Earth pot magnets are indispensable for anyone working in the building industry. These Neodymium Pot Magnets have a countersunk hole making them ideal for screwing onto a surface for a permanent holding point. Alternatively, attach it to the end of your tool or jig for a customised magnetic solution. This 36mm Pot Magnets has a strong holding capacity and is suitable for attaching to vertical walls and for hanging items from ceilings.
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- Fixing AwningTo stop heavy awning/blind from flapping noisily in slightest breeze fixed magnets to blind, screwed steel washers to frame. Blind now rigidly fixed in place desired. The magnets are bit too strong; a smaller size would have been adequate.
- bought for manget fishingwe bought 6 magnets and my husband bolted 3 on each side of an oval shaped piece of stainless steel with stainless steel bolts and lock nuts. He drilled a hole at the end of the s.s. plate and attached a stainless steel D bolt with our rope/thimble attached, cut a slit in the end of the D bolt bar and spread it with a bolster, then cut the end of the D bolt so that it can't undo and doesn't get caught when we use it for magnet fishing in the rivers and at jetties. You never know what goodies can be hauled in.:)