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Rare Earth Rubber Coated Pot Magnets

These Neodymium holding pot magnets are high strength rare earth magnets in a durable Santoprene rubber coating which protects against delicate surface areas. They are most often used in holding, gripping or clamping functions. Rubber coated pot magnets sometimes feature a central void.

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Rare Earth Rubber Coated Pot Magnets

This threaded void can be fixed into with a bolt. Alternatively an eyelet or hook can be inserted.  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.   Products and devices held together with rubber coated pots allow you to easily uncouple the magnet at pre-determined pressure points for regular cleaning or servicing. This characteristic increases the durability and ease of use. Used as connective tissue in plastic clad fabrications, rubber coated pot magnets do not typically puncture or penetrate plastic material, helping to maintain the monolithic nature and integrity of these fast evolving resinous forms.

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