Neodymium Block Magnet - 55mm x 25mm x 9mm

Product code: 22003

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Neodymium Block Magnet - 55mm x 25mm x 9mm

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Product Code 22003
Pull Force* 24.5 kg
Weight 92 gm
Style Neodymium rectangular Block magnet
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised
Dimensions Width:25mm, Height:9mm, Length:55mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnetic Product Description:

This rectangular block magnet has a length of 55mm, a width of 25mm and a height of 9 mm. It has a pull force of 24.5 kgs against 5 mm mild steel and a magnetic flux of 2767 with a Nickel coating.

Uses for our powerful rare earth block magnets:

This strong and compact Neodymium Block is able to bond, hold, repel and generally interact with any surface with metal content. These blocks are used to make separation equipment that removes unwanted metal shards from production lines, especially where foodstuffs are involved.Other applications use their attractive qualities to make tool holders, jigs for metal fabrication and devices for non-contact water conditioning.Neodymium material does not resist heat or moisture well in the medium to long-term and is better suited to controlled interior environments or moderated conditions

This is a great all-purpose rectangular magnet which can be used when a considerable amount of force is required eg: engineering, scientific and industrial uses.

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Reviewed by Katheryn E.
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Works like magic

I used these magnets in my research as an experimental psychologist. We ask people to watch small movie clips and measure their reactions. We were able to create some impressive illusions thanks to the strength of the magnets. Much easier, and quicker than manipulating our films post production. Great customer service too.

Many thanks!

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