Alnico Block Magnet - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North South Marked

Product code: 45080

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Alnico Block Magnet - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North South Marked

Rated 2.5 out of 5
2 Reviews
Product Code 45080
Pull Force* 0.114 kg
Weight 94 gm
Style North and South Marked Alnico Block Magnet
Grade C5
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised through the 6mm
Dimensions Thickness:6mm, Width:11mm, Length:75mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnetic Product Description:

This alnico block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 11mm and a 6mm thickness. It has a pull force of 0.114 kg. It is identified by the AMF magnets part number 45080.


Uses for our alnico block magnets:

Force and movement, or mechanical power, in past times was referred to as elbow grease. It was also called hard work. Clothes were washed by hand. Food rotted unless it was eaten soon after it was cooked. Mechanical power beyond the human capability was provided by beasts of burden, oxen, donkeys and horses (horse power), usually hooked up to wheeled assemblies.

Alnico block magnets housed in direct current motors changed all that. These safe and reliable motors convert electrical current into mechanical power via the agency of a magnetic force field provided by alnico block magnets. This technology has placed into the hands of nearly everyone the power to improve their living conditions and by extension their wellbeing and satisfaction with life. Mass produced white goods like refrigerators and washing machines, power tools and pumps and filters of all kinds are enabled by reliable and durable DC motors.

These goods are relatively affordable and free up time and energy that would otherwise be spent on arduous and repetitive manual labour. Time and energy that can instead be directed towards more productive or enjoyable purposes.

Alnico block magnets are the modern day work horses of the magnet family. What they lack in design finesse and flash coatings or colouring they more than compensate with versatility. Deployed in sensors for monitoring almost anything and everything via gauges, meters and valves, alnico blocks are also indispensable in modifying, amplifying and clarifying audio signals (high fidelity sound).

Alnico Block Magnet - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North South Marked (45080)

average rating 2.5 out of 5
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Reviewed by Paul
I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

Intrigue the grandchildren

Great to mystify the grandchildren, they will remember that there are invisible forces. Also, suspended on a thread will assume the N-S line of the earth's magnetic field.

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Reviewed by S.Ecco
I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Alnico N-S Magnets

Very weak, not worth the money! Had to go to "Haines Education" lab equipment to some good Alnico Magnets!

AMF Reply: Hi there, you'll see this product's pull force is 0.114kg so it's primary use is compass-related applications and in experiments and educational purposes.

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Magnetic Product Description:

This alnico block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 11mm and a 6mm thickness. It has a pull force of 0.114 kg. It is identified by the AMF magnets part number 45080.


Uses for our alnico block magnets:

Force and movement, or mechanical power, in past times was referred to as elbow grease. It was also called hard work. Clothes were washed by hand. Food rotted unless it was eaten soon after it was cooked. Mechanical power beyond the human capability was provided by beasts of burden, oxen, donkeys and horses (horse power), usually hooked up to wheeled assemblies.

Alnico block magnets housed in direct current motors changed all that. These safe and reliable motors convert electrical current into mechanical power via the agency of a magnetic force field provided by alnico block magnets. This technology has placed into the hands of nearly everyone the power to improve their living conditions and by extension their wellbeing and satisfaction with life. Mass produced white goods like refrigerators and washing machines, power tools and pumps and filters of all kinds are enabled by reliable and durable DC motors.

These goods are relatively affordable and free up time and energy that would otherwise be spent on arduous and repetitive manual labour. Time and energy that can instead be directed towards more productive or enjoyable purposes.

Alnico block magnets are the modern day work horses of the magnet family. What they lack in design finesse and flash coatings or colouring they more than compensate with versatility. Deployed in sensors for monitoring almost anything and everything via gauges, meters and valves, alnico blocks are also indispensable in modifying, amplifying and clarifying audio signals (high fidelity sound).

Alnico Block Magnet - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North South Marked (45080)

average rating 2.5 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews
  • 5 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 4 Stars
    1 Review
  • 3 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 2 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 1 Star
    1 Review
50% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
2 Reviews
Reviewed by Paul
I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

Intrigue the grandchildren

Great to mystify the grandchildren, they will remember that there are invisible forces. Also, suspended on a thread will assume the N-S line of the earth's magnetic field.

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Reviewed by S.Ecco
I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Alnico N-S Magnets

Very weak, not worth the money! Had to go to "Haines Education" lab equipment to some good Alnico Magnets!

AMF Reply: Hi there, you'll see this product's pull force is 0.114kg so it's primary use is compass-related applications and in experiments and educational purposes.

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