Steel discs c/sink counterpart to magnets Ø 40mm x 3mm

 

Disc with countersunk borehole, as a counterpart to magnets, not a magnet!

 

Steel discs attract to magnets and we have a selection of steel discs 20mm - 50mm diameter which suit our countersunk and pot magnets. Simply screw a magnet to one surface and a steel disc to the other.

 

These steel discs are not magnets, but instead are used as a striker plate which magnets are attracted to or as keepers to create a closed magnetic circuit. These steel discs are the perfect solution for installing a magnetic surface that magnets will stick to. For example, you could screw one of these magnets into a wall and then, using magnets, hang artwork or noticeboards. Each disc can be fixed in place  using an M5 countersunk screw.

Steel discs with countersunk borehole - counterpart to magnets Steel discs with countersunk borehole - counterpart to magnets Ø 40mm x 3mmSteel discs with countersunk boreholeSteel discs

 

 

  Manufactured after 2013/01/01, The object of the declaration described above is in conformity with DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL an the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.

  • Steel discs c/sink, counterpart to magnets, Ø 40 mm x 3 mm
  • Material: Steel
  • Coating: Zinc
  • Total weight: 28 g
  • Total height H: 3 mm, Total diameter D: 40 mm, Top diameter d2: 5.5 mm

 

Product Code:

1464

Pack Size:

1

Form:

Steel disc

Total diameter D:

Ø 40 mm

Top diameter d2:

5.5 mm

Total height H:

2 mm

Coating:

Zinc

Material Disc:

Steel

Weight (g):

28 g

Color:

Steel - silver

Fixing:

counterpart to magnets

 

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