Neodymium Cylinder Magnet - 22mm x 25.4mm | N45

Product code: 21010X

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Neodymium Cylinder Magnet - 22mm x 25.4mm | N45

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Product Code 21010X
Pull Force* 22.57kg
Weight 71 gm
Style Neodymium Cylinder magnet
Gauss 5781
Grade N45
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised
Dimensions Height:25.4mm, Diameter:22mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
Neodymium Cylinder Magnet - 22mm x 25.4mm | N45

Magnetic Product Description:

This Rare Earth cylinder magnet has a diameter of 22mm and a height of 25.4mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 5781 Gauss and a pull force of 22.57 kilograms. This product is identified by AMF Part Number 21010X.

Uses for our Rare Earth cylinder magnets:

Magnetism and magnets including neodymium cylinders 22mm x 25.4mm magnets are a natural fit in the schooling or educational environment. From the first demonstration to first year students of the unique powers of magnets to move objects without making contact, to magnetic applications in chemistry and physics classes, magnets have the power to inspire young minds.

Magnetic force and the many ways magnets can be deployed encourage young people to think. Magnetic work walls and cylinder magnets are used to demonstrate to others how different players might operate in specific plays during a sporting match, with different size magnets representing different players. The magnets, slide across the surface to simply assume the new positions. Players can shift the magnets themselves, from start to finish to demonstrate comprehension.

School projects or performances use magnets like these cylinder magnets as a hidden or secret fixing system for simplicity and adjustability. Magnets projects their holding or fixing power through many types of materials, not into them like pins or stapes or screws. Magnets protect the integrity of materials they are engaged with allowing for clean simple release.

Magnets can be embedded in timber, stone, plastic and foam in trade and craft classes as connective tissue. Magnets can be used to clamp scientific equipment to work surfaces in laboratory setting or where spilling or toppling of equipment is best avoided. Magnets used to clamp equipment to a surface will release at a known pull force to protect the equipment and the surface being clamped onto.

Magnetic engagement acts a circuit breaker, releasing in order to protect equipment in an emergency. This function is similar to the breaking strain of a fishing line. The line will break at a known pull force to protect the fishing rod and fishing reel from being damaged. For those whose imaginations are able to be inspired, magnets and magnetic force provide a practical demonstration that magic belongs in the human realm, not just in fairy tales.

An incredibly popular magnet used by a diverse group. Commonly supplied to engineering, industrial supply, safety, materials handling, electrolytic platers, laser cutting & mining industries.

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Works a treat !

I needed something to hold down the 3mm plywood sheet I was cutting on my laser - this magnet does the job well.

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