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Rubber Coated NdFeB Magnet w/ Countersunk
Diameter: Ø 43 mm – 88 mm
Thread jack: M3 to M8 | Material: NdFeB
Case Material: Steel rubber coated | Shell Plating: Zinc
Holding force: 10 kg bis 55 kg | Magnetization direction: axial
Maximum operating temperature: 60 – 80°C
– suitable for fixing signs, plates, temporary lightings and sample parts scratch-free –
The multiple pole design of these rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets ensures a dense shallow magnetic field on the holding surface. This allows for excellent holding onto thin, lacquered car body metal. The sideways displacement (sheer forces) are extremely good due to the suction effect of the rubber surface. Maximum recommended operating temperature is 60 degrees Celsius.
These rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets are especially suitable for magnetically fixing objects such as advertising displays or safety blinkers onto car roofs (the metal work must have a mild steel content – aluminium or carbon fibre surfaces will not work). The rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets are also suitable for fixing signs, plates, temporary lightings and sample parts scratch-free onto highly polished chrome-plated or painted mild steel (ferrous) surfaces.
The rubber coating also provide a good level of corrosion protection in humid conditions. Because of their high performance, slide resisting properties and paint work protection ability, these rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets are sometimes also known as Boutique Magnets.
Rubber Coated NdFeB Magnet with Countersunk – Ideal for furniture fixings, hanging artwork and keeping doors and drawers closed, countersunk magnets have a central hole which allows them to be fixed to non-magnetic surfaces with a screw. Because these magnets have a rubber-coating they are ideal for using to attract fragile or easily marked surfaces, the rubber coating increases friction, softens impacts and prevents marking. Countersunk magnets with opposite poles on the countersunk face can be used to attract two surfaces or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same pole on the countersunk face can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. Also available with the north pole on the countersunk face.
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The holding force is determined at room temperature (20°C) on a polished plate made of mild steel with a thickness of 10 mm by pulling the magnet vertically from the surface (1 kg ≈ 10 N). A deviation of -10% in the stated values is possible in exceptional cases. In general, the value will be exceeded. rubber coated neodymium magnet with hole