Neodymium block magnets are made of a powerful Neodymium magnet sunken in to a stainless steel shell meaning that the north pole is on the centre of the magnetic face and the south pole is on the outer edge around it. The stainless steel pot increases the adhesive force of the magnets giving them an incredible hold for their size and also increases their resistance to corrosion. An added advantage of block magnets is that they are resistant to chipping or cracking following constant impact with a steel surface. These magnets are counter-bored on the magnetic face and can be fixed to a surface with a screw, block magnets are also available with countersinks and threaded studs.
Strong neodymium magnets with countersunk and counterbore holes:
Tapered / countersunk holes fit a standard flat head screw.
Countebore holes fit a pan head screw, nut, or bolt head.
Magnets may be purchased in matching pairs for a magnet to magnet attachment.
|Strongest magnetic performance|
Nickel plated - N35 grade material - 80°C max operating temperature
A - Opposite Poles attract
B - Similar Poles repel
C - All Polarities attract to metal
NdFeB magnets are no toys - especially with thiner measurements, they can easily break or split! Therefore an uncontrolled collision of two magnets as well as mechanical hits or compressive stress should be avoided!
|Magnosphere - Artikel number||2004|
|Form / Model||Block magnet|
|Coating||NiCuNi ( Nickel )|
|Tolerance||+ / - 0,1 mm|
|Magnetisation / Grade||N35|
|Adhesion||ca. 1.5 kg / 16 N|
|Weight||ca. 2 g|
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