Ferrite Pot Magnet - 90mm x 12mm | Countersunk Hole

Product code: 89031

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Ferrite Pot Magnet - 90mm x 12mm | Countersunk Hole

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Product Code 89031
Pull Force* 30kg
Weight 400 gm
Style Ferrite pot magnet countersunk
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised thru the 12mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnetic Product Description:

This ferrite pot magnet has a diameter of 90mm, a height of 12mm and a pull force of 30kg. It has a countersunk magnet bore and a 4.6mm pot bore.

Uses for our ferrite pot magnets:

Our These large Ferrite Pot magnets have a mild steel cap that covers a ferrite ring magnet with a convenient countersunk central hole. This hole allows them to be attached to non-metallic surfaces and also protects the brittle Ferrite material from being damaged. The casing over the magnet also increases the pull force to the uncapped magnetic surface which makes them a cost-effective alternative to Rare Earth magnets and ideal for use in holding or securing applications.

 CAUTION: Do not overtighten attachment screws as this can potentially cause the magnet to become damaged or cracked.

Size variations of our Ferrite Pot Magnets can be seen in the table below.

 

ModelNo. D d1

Magnet Bore

Pot Bore H Pull force Weight (g)
89016 40   8.6mm  M5 thread 8 7 Kg 0.0950
89017 25    C/sunk 4.8 8   0.0170
89018 32    C/sunk 5.8 7   0.0280
89019 36    9mm hole 4.8 7   0.0370
89020 55   22mm 4.6 11 12 Kg 0.0600
89030 88   32mm 13.6 18.5 30 Kg 0.0700
89031 90 32  C/sunk 4.6 12 30 Kg 0.0700

Ferrite Pot Magnet - 90mm x 12mm | Countersunk Hole (89031)

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Magnetic Product Description:

This ferrite pot magnet has a diameter of 90mm, a height of 12mm and a pull force of 30kg. It has a countersunk magnet bore and a 4.6mm pot bore.

Uses for our ferrite pot magnets:

Our These large Ferrite Pot magnets have a mild steel cap that covers a ferrite ring magnet with a convenient countersunk central hole. This hole allows them to be attached to non-metallic surfaces and also protects the brittle Ferrite material from being damaged. The casing over the magnet also increases the pull force to the uncapped magnetic surface which makes them a cost-effective alternative to Rare Earth magnets and ideal for use in holding or securing applications.

 CAUTION: Do not overtighten attachment screws as this can potentially cause the magnet to become damaged or cracked.

Size variations of our Ferrite Pot Magnets can be seen in the table below.

 

ModelNo. D d1

Magnet Bore

Pot Bore H Pull force Weight (g)
89016 40   8.6mm  M5 thread 8 7 Kg 0.0950
89017 25    C/sunk 4.8 8   0.0170
89018 32    C/sunk 5.8 7   0.0280
89019 36    9mm hole 4.8 7   0.0370
89020 55   22mm 4.6 11 12 Kg 0.0600
89030 88   32mm 13.6 18.5 30 Kg 0.0700
89031 90 32  C/sunk 4.6 12 30 Kg 0.0700

Ferrite Pot Magnet - 90mm x 12mm | Countersunk Hole (89031)

average rating 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
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  • 3 Stars
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  • 2 Stars
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100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
1 Review
Reviewed by Lao
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Best service

I’m very overwhelmed with the products I’ve purchased with this guys. Great stuff, awesome customer service, no delay and I’ve also received in the exact time they’ve told me.

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