Samarium Cobalt Block Magnets (SmCo) - 2.28mm x 1.5mm x .76mm

Product code: 39090

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Samarium Cobalt Block Magnets (SmCo) - 2.28mm x 1.5mm x .76mm

Product Code 39090
Weight 1 gm
Style Block magnet
Coating N/A
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised thru the thickness
Dimensions Width:1.5mm, Height:0.76mm, Length:2.28mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This is a very tiny samarium cobalt block magnet which has a length of 2.28mm, a width of 1.5mm and a thickness of .76mm. Identified by the Amf part number 39090. 

Uses for our samarium cobalt block magnets:

Samarium Cobalt Block magnets have helped create the modern world, block by block, since ancient Greeks stumbled over a naturally occurring magnetic material, known as lodestone, two and half thousand years ago.

While much stronger and smaller than its magnetic predecessors the brittle nature, or mechanical weakness, of Samarium Cobalt magnets means that they are often embedded or recessed into a host material like timber, glass or plastic for added strength and protection from damage. Secured in this way, the beneficial attributes can be exploited to create a magnetic bond that is temperature and corrosion resistant and is permanently effective independent of external power sources and mechanical bonds like nails or glue. The semi-conductive properties of this alloy can also be of benefit in some electrical applications.

Perfect for applications where a small magnet is required and in equipment such as electronic consoles, switches and sensors.

Samarium Cobalt Block Magnets (SmCo) - 2.28mm x 1.5mm x .76mm (39090)

Magnetic Product Description:

This is a very tiny samarium cobalt block magnet which has a length of 2.28mm, a width of 1.5mm and a thickness of .76mm. Identified by the Amf part number 39090. 

Uses for our samarium cobalt block magnets:

Samarium Cobalt Block magnets have helped create the modern world, block by block, since ancient Greeks stumbled over a naturally occurring magnetic material, known as lodestone, two and half thousand years ago.

While much stronger and smaller than its magnetic predecessors the brittle nature, or mechanical weakness, of Samarium Cobalt magnets means that they are often embedded or recessed into a host material like timber, glass or plastic for added strength and protection from damage. Secured in this way, the beneficial attributes can be exploited to create a magnetic bond that is temperature and corrosion resistant and is permanently effective independent of external power sources and mechanical bonds like nails or glue. The semi-conductive properties of this alloy can also be of benefit in some electrical applications.

Perfect for applications where a small magnet is required and in equipment such as electronic consoles, switches and sensors.

Samarium Cobalt Block Magnets (SmCo) - 2.28mm x 1.5mm x .76mm (39090)