Countersunk Neodymium Block Magnet - 50mm x 20mm x 5mm | Countersunk Holes 4mm to 8mm | N42

Product code: CB-L50W20H5D8/D4

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Countersunk Neodymium Block Magnet - 50mm x 20mm x 5mm | Countersunk Holes 4mm to 8mm | N42

Product Code CB-L50W20H5D8/D4
Pull Force* 13.18 kg
Weight 120 gm
Style Neodymium Countersunk
Gauss 2105
Grade N42
Coating Nickel
Direction of Magnetisation Magnetised through the 5mm height/thickness
Dimensions Width:20mm, Height:5mm, Length:50mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnetic Product Description:

This Neodymium Block has a length of 50 mm, a width of 20 mm and a height of 5 mm. It has the AMF Magnet part number CB-L50W20H5D8/D4. It is a handy size which can be used in many applications where a long, thin rare earth magnet is needed.

Uses for our strong neodymium rare earth block magnets:

Neodymium magnets are made from powerful rare earth minerals. This unique magnetic material gives Neodymium products their unrivaled magnetic strength. Neodymium Block magnets are available in square and rectangular shapes and an extensive range of sizes that are suitable for both domestic and commercial use. This large block magnet has two convenient countersunk holes that allow it to be permanently held in position with one or two tapered-head screws. This means the magnet can be attached to almost any surface, including those that are non-magnetic such as timber, plastic and masonry. This type of countersunk Block magnet is ideal for applications where a magnetically operated closure is required. The countersunk magnet can be attached on one side of an opening with screws, so when a metal striker plate enters its magnetic field, the two will bond together. Cupboards, drawers, doors and gates can be held in an open or closed position using this very practical countersunk magnet and the simple convenience of magnetic bonding.


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