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Self-Adhesive Neodymium Disc Magnet - 15mm x 1.5mm | N35 | Single Magnet ONLY

Product code: 90004Sth

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Self-Adhesive Neodymium Disc Magnet - 15mm x 1.5mm | N35 | Single Magnet ONLY

Product Code 90004Sth
Pull Force* 1.33 kg
Weight 1 gm
Style Rare Earth Disc with S/A Tab N35
Gauss 1186
Grade N35
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation through Height
Dimensions Height:1.5mm, Diameter:15mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
Self-Adhesive Neodymium Disc Magnet - 15mm x 1.5mm | N35 | Single Magnet ONLY

Magnetic Product Description:

This  Rare Earth disc magnet (SINGLE MAGNET ONLY) has a diameter of 15mm and a height of 1.5mm. The magnet has a 3M 657 adhesive on one side of the magnet, the adhesive has a thickness of 0.06 mm. It is identified as AMF product code 90004Sth.

The discs are made from powerful Neodymium Magnets , with a pull force of 1.33 Kg, which makes them extremely strong for their size. The 3M adhesive backing negates the need for epoxy glue due to the reliable hold of the adhesive backing.

The magnets are NORTH poled on the non-adhesive side; and SOUTH poled on the adhesive side.

 

Permanent magnets come in a variety of forms and this term applies to many different types of hard form magnetic materials such as Neodymium, Ferrite and Samarium Cobalt. Neodymium is the most popular magnetic material in this day and age as it provides a superior super strong magnetic hold in comparison to traditional magnetic materials that pre-date it. Rare Earth disc magnets are certainly one of the most widely used products we sell as they are well suited to a huge array of applications. The low profile and wide surface area make them ideal for any job requiring an extremely strong hold that is resistant to shearing forces and sideways pressure

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