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Rubber Coated NdFeB System w/ 2 Internal Threads Features:
Part No. RCMS18 + Base Dimater
Styel Pot Magnet with 2 Internal Threads
Material NdFeb with rubber coat
Application Holding, Hanging, Clamping
Rubber coating of pot magnets is considered useful when using sensitive surfaces like glass and plastics, or highly finished vehicular surfaces. Rubber coating is also useful to prevent corrosion in marine, aquatic or external environments, as well as in areas where metal strike presents a risk to the magnet. Metal strike situations are more likely in mechanical environments related to motors and machinery.
Rubber coated pot magnets are often placed to create a fixing or hanging point. The rubber coating provides for superior slide resistance due to greater friction between the rubber and steel surface to which the magnet is bonded. Manufacturers and industrial designers use rubber coated pot magnets for holding and fastening.
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.
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. These magnets are unique as they are countersunk on both sides. internal thread rectangular pot magnet
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