Neodymium Ring - 35mm x 6.15mm x 10mm
|Pull Force*||22.5 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Ring magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised thru the 10mm|
|Tolerance||+/- 0.05mm||Dimensions||Thickness: 10mm|
Inside Diameter: 6.15mm
Outside Diameter: 35mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth ring magnet has an outside diameter of 35mm, an inside diameter of 6.15mm and a thickness of 10mm. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 23003.
Uses for our rare earth ring magnets:
A stitch in time saves nine. Technicians conducting defect detection tests on industrial equipment from ships hulls to grain silos and bridge pylons and conveyer belts are very familiar with this maxim.
Identifying defects in industrial equipment is best done sooner rather than later. The loss of productive capacity can dwarf the actual repair costs. Smaller magnets are deployed in many electronics devices these technicians use to conduct their examinations. For securing or regulating the movement of components within the electronics products, magnets are without equal, and have been an important part of the invention and development of the electrical and electronics story.
Strong ring magnets like these, 35mmx10mm with a pull force of 22.5 kg are used to help hold and or regulate movement, release at a predetermined pull force, and or re-engage or hold again, moving parts. Sometimes threaded onto a spool or axle or rod, ring magnets, as well as regulating movement of nearby moving parts, also contain or compress moving parts that might otherwise drift from their allotted positon and damage or otherwise reduce mechanical efficacy.
The amount of magnetic force needs to be such that it can contain or compress the moving parts negating drift, but not so strong as to suppress movement necessary for efficient mechanical function. The known pull force or magnetic strength of a particular magnet allows engineers and others to design sophisticated equipment that is reliable and durable.
Magnets project their power without a restricting locking engagement, allowing mechanical parts to move at regulated intervals, releasing at a pre-determined pull force or within acceptable tolerances. Other engagement or fastening methods struggle for these highly desirable and nuanced capabilities. Some of the defect tests themselves use magnetism itself to achieve results. Electromagnetism is used in a variety of different technologies and techniques to detect defects hidden inside structures like bridge pylons. Electromagnetism, allied to modern technology can accurately retrieve information about the structure including damage caused by heat, internal cracks not expressed on the surface or identification of what type of material is contained inside a structure without breaking it open.
Managers responsible for maintaining important infrastructure like dams, bridges, grain silos and ships have to conduct regular health checks on their structures and equipment. Magnets like these 35mmx10mm, and magnetism, in the form of electromagnetism provide a very useful service in a timely and prudent manner.
These powerful ring magnet are in constant demand, most often in the mining, transport and grain processing sectors.