Neodymium Pot - Countersunk 60mm x 15mm
|Pull Force*||112 kg|
|Style||Rare earth countersunk pot magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised thru the 15mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth pot magnet has a diameter of 60mm, a countersunk hole diameter of 8.5mm and a thickness of 15mm. It has a pull force of 112kg and a weight of 252 grams. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number AMFYPA60.
Uses for our rare earth countersunk pot magnets:
With a pull force of 112 kg these countersunk pot magnets 60mmx15mm are not for the faint hearted. Lifting, holding and securing heavy objects is a serious business and can be dangerous if trouble strikes.
Machinery and equipment allied with these magnets, the void of which allows for the attachment of a hook or eyelet, reduce the risks in engaging, lifting, carrying, lowering and releasing heavy objects. Magnetic engagement allows a secure hold and release at a pre-determined pull force, necessary for industrial scale applications.
Magnets are a different kind of fastening system, but surprisingly cost effective. Steel, stone, concrete and solid timber, just some of the materials married to magnets of all kinds, for fixing, holding, releasing, and re-engaging as the preferred connective tissue.
Magnetic force and engagement provides more security before, during and after the lift than chains, slings and ropes. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. When the going gets heavy, lighten the load with magnetic force. Allied with cranes, hoists and winches, these, 60mmx15mm countersunk pot magnets, sometimes with hooks or eyelets attached, also find happy homes in hospitals, home care aids and aged care facilities.
This strong rare earth pot magnet is often used for industrial applications. This neodymium pot is ideal for manufacturing exhibition stands and custom furniture. It has a high strength magnet in a mild-steel nickel-coated pot with a countersunk hole.
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