Neodymium Cone-shaped magnets for Glass Whiteboard N38

/Neodymium Cone-shaped magnets for Glass Whiteboard N38
  • Neodymium Cone-shaped magnets for Glass Whiteboard N38
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    Neodymium Cone-shaped magnets for Glass Whiteboard N38 Feature:
    Magnet Material: NdFeB or Neodymium Iron Boron
    Magnet shape: Conic / Cone
    Magnet grade: N38
    Magnet size: ⌀10 x 6 mm
    Tolerance: +/-0.1mm (0.004”)
    Coating: Epoxy plated
    Operating Temp(Max).: 80℃
    Direction of magnetization: Magnetized through thickness

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    Cone magnets produce a concentrated magnetic field on the tip compared to the base. Due to their shape, they are used within medical research and more commonly for glass wipe boards where they provide a clean and professional hold for documents and information.

    Cone-shaped magnets have one large face often described as the base, and one small face often described as the tip, and are generally magnetised with their north and south poles on these faces.

    The tapered, conical shape produces a concentrated and more intense magnetic field on the tip compared to the base. This makes them particularly sought after for medical and research applications but also other applications where the maximum magnetic performance is required from a small pole face. An everyday use for cone magnets is on glass wipe boards as the concentrated magnetic field produced at the tip easily penetrates the thickness of glass to the steel backing board and the cone-shape makes them easy to handle and reposition. Neodymium Cone Shaped Magnets N40

    Rare Earth Magnetic Cones
    The Neodymium magnet cone is the optimal pin wall magnet. The conical design helps to easily remove the magnet from any pin wall, because the magnetic force is enormous. Cone-shaped magnets have one large face often described as the base, and one small face often described as the tip, and are generally magnetised with their north and south poles on these faces. The tapered, conical shape produces a concentrated and more intense magnetic field on the tip compared to the base. This makes them particularly sought after for medical and research applications but also other applications where the maximum magnetic performance is required from a small pole face. An everyday use for cone magnets is on glass wipe boards as the concentrated magnetic field produced at the tip easily penetrates the thickness of glass to the steel backing board and the cone-shape makes them easy to handle and reposition.

    They are perfectly suitable for whiteboards, magnetic boards, etc. The stump holds notes securely and it can be easily removed by pulling it off to the side. If the base is attached to a metal surface, however, it is hard to remove. Please note that all neodymium rare earth magnets are fragile and require extreme caution when handling due to their brittle nature and to avoid injury due to pinching..

    NEODYMIUM CONE MAGNET
    Cone magnets produce a concentrated magnetic field on the tip compared to the base. Due to their shape, they are used within medical research and more commonly for glass wipe boards where they provide a clean and professional hold for documents and information. Super Strong Rare Earth Neodymium Conical Magnets

    What is the difference between the different platings and coatings?
    A: Choosing different coatings does not affect the magnets for lessic strength or performance of the magnets for less, except for our Plastic and Rubber Coated Magnets. The preferred coating is dictated by preference or intended application. More detailed specifications can be found on our Specs page. Neodymium Magnet Cone Optimal Pin Wall Magnet N42 Epoxy-Plated

    ♦ Nickel is the most common choice for plating neodymium magnets for lesss. It is actually a triple plating of nickel-coppernickel. It has a shiny silver finish and has good resistance to corrosion in many applications. It is not waterproof.

    ♦ Black nickel has a shiny appearance in a charcoal or gunmetal color. A black dye is added to the final nickel plating process of the triple plating of nickelcopperblack nickel. NOTE: It does not appear completely black like epoxy coatings. It is also still shiny, much like plain nickel plated magnets for lesss. Small Neodymium Cone Magnets N45 Gold-Plated

    ♦ Zinc has a dull gray/bluish finish, that is more susceptible to corrosion than nickel. Zinc can leave a black residue on hands and other items.

    ♦ Epoxy is basically a plastic coating that is more corrosion resistant as long as the coating is intact. It is easily scratched. From our experience, it is the least durable of
    the available coatings.

    ♦ Gold plating is applied over the top of standard nickel plating. Gold plated magnets for lesss have the same characteristics as nickel plated ones, but with a gold finish

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