Samarium Cobalt Cylinder Magnets (SmCo) - 6mm x 8mm

Product code: 39025

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Samarium Cobalt Cylinder Magnets (SmCo) - 6mm x 8mm

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Product Code 39025
Weight 5 gm
Style cylinder
Coating N/A
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised
Dimensions Height:8mm, Diameter:6mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This cylinder magnet has a diameter of 6mm and a height of 8mm. It is identified by the Amf magnets part number 39025.

Uses for our samarium cobalt cylinder magnets:

Samarium Cobalt magnets including cylinders like these are used in components of equipment and by technologies like microwave radar and digital communications as well as computer storage systems. Industries that include the Military, Aerospace, Defence, Surveillance and Telecommunications rely on these technologies. These sectors require products of the highest quality and durability to minimise failure rates, maximise service periods and mitigate risk due to malfunctioning equipment. In most cases Samarium Cobalt magnets are the obvious choice due to their high resistance to fatigue and superior stability in varying atmospheric conditions. Most of these applications require conversion of electrical energy into mechanical energy and the conductive nature of Samarium Cobalt alloy enables this to occur in devices like electric motors, switches, relays, meters, actuators and any other electrically operated apparatus. 

Samarium Cobalt Cylinder Magnets (SmCo) - 6mm x 8mm (39025)

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Oven Door Fix

My oven door wouldn't close properly about 2cm opening.

So I tried ceramic magnets which held the door shut until the oven heated up, which caused the magnets to lose their strength.

I then tried Samarium Cobalt magnets which have a high tolerance to heat. They worked perfectly and now the door is fixed.

A very good hack I found on youtube.

Much cheaper than a new door whivh was $700.

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Magnetic Product Description:

This cylinder magnet has a diameter of 6mm and a height of 8mm. It is identified by the Amf magnets part number 39025.

Uses for our samarium cobalt cylinder magnets:

Samarium Cobalt magnets including cylinders like these are used in components of equipment and by technologies like microwave radar and digital communications as well as computer storage systems. Industries that include the Military, Aerospace, Defence, Surveillance and Telecommunications rely on these technologies. These sectors require products of the highest quality and durability to minimise failure rates, maximise service periods and mitigate risk due to malfunctioning equipment. In most cases Samarium Cobalt magnets are the obvious choice due to their high resistance to fatigue and superior stability in varying atmospheric conditions. Most of these applications require conversion of electrical energy into mechanical energy and the conductive nature of Samarium Cobalt alloy enables this to occur in devices like electric motors, switches, relays, meters, actuators and any other electrically operated apparatus. 

Samarium Cobalt Cylinder Magnets (SmCo) - 6mm x 8mm (39025)

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

Oven Door Fix

My oven door wouldn't close properly about 2cm opening.

So I tried ceramic magnets which held the door shut until the oven heated up, which caused the magnets to lose their strength.

I then tried Samarium Cobalt magnets which have a high tolerance to heat. They worked perfectly and now the door is fixed.

A very good hack I found on youtube.

Much cheaper than a new door whivh was $700.

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