A Basic Introduction of Rubber Coated Magnets

1. The manufacturing process of rubber coated magnets

We use two different processes, injection molding or vulcanization, to produce rubber coatings. For rubber-coated magnets, this is the most important step in the entire manufacturing process.

A Basic Introduction of Rubber Coated Magnets

2. Different types of rubber coated magnets

Rubber coated magnets mainly include:
Threaded rod type rubber coated magnet
Square rubber coated magnet
Internal thread type rubber coated magnet
Counterbore type rubber coated magnet

3. The advantages of rubber coated magnets

The special design of the magnetic circuit will ensure that the rubber-coated magnet still has a high tensile force.
The rubber coating not only protects the rubber-coated magnet from corrosion, but also keeps the working surface from damage.
The rubber coating and the adsorbed surface will produce a strong shear force.
Rubber coated magnets can be used with various fasteners and accessories.

Rubber Coating Countersink Neodymium Magnet Dia 43mm

Neodymium Magnet Base with Rubber Coating, M4 Male Threaded Stud

Hanging Countersunk Neo Magnets w/ Rubber Coating Dia31mm

Grip Magnets Assembly with Rubber Coating

Fridge Ferrite Round Disc Magnet 15 x 10mm Y33

Magnetic Measurements for Automotive Industry

Disc Magnet Ferrite Ø10x10mm Y35