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Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets

Shallow Pots Eyelets

Standard magnet characteristics

All Rare Earth Magnets are SILVER in colour
Variations in image colour is due to monitor, or original photo interpretation.
Magnetic Properties Magnetization Direction Size: D & T
Diameter & Thickness
Temperature Range:
- 196°C / + 80°C
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Diameter: 16mm Diameter: 25mm Diameter: 32mm Diameter: 42mm
Thickness: 5mm Thickness: 8mm Thickness: 8mm Thickness: 9mm
Eyelet Thread Size: M4 Eyelet Thread Size: M4 Eyelet Thread Size: M6 Eyelet Thread Size: M6
Grade: N35 Grade: N35 Grade: N35 Grade: N35
Pull Strength: 5.50kg Pull Strength: 22kg Pull Strength: 34kg Pull Strength: 68kg
Weight: 12 grams Weight: 30 grams Weight: 60 grams Weight: 60 grams
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Diameter: 60mm Diameter: 75mm    
Thickness: 15mm Thickness: 18mm    
Eyelet Thread Size: M8 Eyelet Thread Size: M10    
Grade: N35 Grade: N35    
Pull Strength: 113kg Pull Strength: 164kg    
Weight: 350 grams Weight: 555 grams    
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All Australian purchases will have GST added to the purchase price at Check Out

Rare Earth Discs - Rods - Blocks - Rings - PK Rings - Shallow Pots - Pots & Hooks - Pots & BOS
Pots & Eyelets - Pots Rubber Coated - Rare Earth Spheres - Fishing Magnets
Rods are determined as having the same thickness or greater than the diameter of the magnet.
 
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Pull Strength
Neodymium Rare Earth Magnet

The Pull Force is the force required to pull a magnet free from a flat steel plate using force perpendicular to the surface. This is the standard for testing  magnet pull strength. Air gaps and changes in surface material will substantially reduce the effectiveness of the pull force, or pull strength of the magnet.

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