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Rare Earth (Neodymium) Holding Pot Magnets

AMF Magnets’ Rare Earth (Neodymium) Holding Pots are essentially a strong magnet sealed within a mild steel cap. They are designed to hold objects on a horizontal or vertical magnetic surface through a variety of different additions to the magnet, such as threaded hooks, eyelets, or male/female threads. Due to the highly brittle nature of the Rare Earth Magnet, the steel casing is essential and offers reliable protection from erosion, cracking and chipping, as this is quite common with high strength magnets. 

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What’s the benefit of a Holding Pot Magnet?

Increased strength and considerable versatility! The steel casing around one side of the magnet suppresses the magnetic field from one side, but instead of eliminating this field altogether, it actually reflects it to come out of the uncovered side. This feature doubles the magnetic force of your average Neodymium magnet and can therefore hold heavier objects from the attached hook/eyelet.

Different dimensions, countersunk holes, and attachments increase the chances of finding the perfect magnet for you!

Due to their versatility, AMF Magnetics rare earth pots can be used in many commercial and industrial applications such as keeping doors open or closed, cabinetry, holding, fixing, attaching objects to walls, ceilings, structures, vehicles or any ferrous metallic object or surface. 

Rare Earth holding pots properties:

* Produced by the powder metallurgical method * Chemical composition of Nd2Fe14B * Very brittle and hard * Poorest corrosion resistance of all commercial magnetic material * Excellent cost to performance ratio * Reasonable temperature stability * Not suitable for application which exposed to high temperatures * High resistance to demagnetization.

Pot magnets do not attract to each other and cannot be used as pairs (Except for products codes AMFYPA16N/S, AMFYPA20N/S, AMFYPA32N/S)

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More