Rare Earth Magnets (Neodymium)
Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets, sometimes called super magnets, are the most powerful permanent magnets available. Neodymium magnetic material was discovered by chemist Carl Auer and is a key component of these high strength magnets. Neodymium allows for a powerful magnetic field, great strength and coercivity.
For industrial uses, Neodymium Magnets are the strongest magnets available!
Rare Earth Neodymium Magnets are great for a variety of applications where a very strong magnet is required. Anyone from a jeweller to an engineer can use these powerful magnets to harness maximum strength and efficiency for size. Some applications for our Neodymium Magnets include metal separation, mining, construction, designing, printing, generators, holding and other industrial purposes. Large Rare Earth magnets are often used in electric motors and wind turbines.
Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets properties:
Block magnets are among the most powerful permanent magnets. Our range is suited to a wide variety of applications. These include magnetic separators in the food industry, flow control systems and water conditioning to name just a few.
Rare Earth Disc magnets, also known as neodymium discs, are the perfect combination of small size and maximum power. They are used in school science experiments, jewelry making, packaging, book-binding, POS displays and engineering
Holding Pot Magnets are high strength rare earth magnets. They are protected in a mild steel cap to prevent chipping or cracking. They are a single sided magnet. This allows for a non destructive and easy solution for attaching and suspending objects.
Ring Magnets are often used in joinery and shop-fitting. Although not as strong as Neodymium discs, the hole in the center of the ring makes these very versatile.
Our Self Adhesive Magnets provide great magnetic strength. They can be fixed to a variety of surfaces, with an easy to use 3M adhesive strip on the back.
Rare Earth Cylinder Magnets, also called neodymium cylinder magnets, are ideal for applications such as acrylic signage, picture frames and joinery.
Spherical magnets have a north and south pole. They are attracted to iron, cobalt, nickel and other ferromagnetic materials. Their spherical shape enables them to be used for special uses that other magnets aren't designed for.
Rare Earth Countersunk are designed for screws to be used in permanent positioning, leaving the screw head flush with the magnet. They're popular with carpenters, sheet metal fabricators, aluminium and glazing supplies, and fixture supply outlets.