Neodymium Cylinder Magnet - 5mm x 20mm | N45

Product code: C-D5H20-N45

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Neodymium Cylinder Magnet - 5mm x 20mm | N45

Product Code C-D5H20-N45
Pull Force* 1.206 kg
Weight 1.5 gm
Style Neodymium Cylinder Magnet
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Through height
Dimensions Height:20mm, Diameter:5mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnetic Product Description:

This long and narrow Neodymium Cylinder magnet produces an intense and targeted magnetic field. Cylinders magnets such as this are also referred to as Rod magnets and the strong N45 grade of this specific magnet makes it a particularly powerful magnet for its size.

Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:

The combination of these magnets 20mm length and the narrow 5mm diameter create an unusual and unique magnet that is suitable for use in both electrical engineering and mechanical applications. Its small surface area makes the holding ability weaker than a disc-shaped magnet of similar magnetic material content due to discs having a larger contact area. However, the narrow and penetrative magnetic field produced by cylindrical magnets makes them highly suited for use in sensitive equipment or applications where precision and accuracy are key. Cylinder magnets are suited to metal extraction, electric motors, generators, magnetic switches and alarm systems.

Cylinder magnets such as these are also easily embedded into other materials such as wood, plastic or composite material, where they can be simply glued into a drilled hole of the same diameter and then bond with a metal component or another magnet Neodymium material is the basis of the strongest magnets available today and it has largely replaced more traditional magnetic materials such as Ferrite and Alnico due to the superior strength produced from a much more compact form.

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