N52 Neodymium Cylinder Magnet 5/32"x1/2" Rare Earth Cylinder Magnets
Strong Neodymium Cylinder magnets N35 ,N40, N42, N45, N50 & N52 At CMS Magnetics & Magnets For Sale Neodymium Cylinder magnets come in many sizes & grades. CMS has samarium cobalt magnetic Cylinders and ceramic Cylindrical magnets as well.
This Neodymium Cylindrical Magnet measures 5/32"x1/2" thickness and the Cylindrical magnet consists of a grade N52 neodymium, iron, and boron magnetic neodymium alloy. This magnetic neodymium Cylinder is patent licensed and made under the ISO 9001 quality systems. These Neodymium Cylinders are plated in a nickel-copper-nickel coating for a shiny corrosion-resistant finish. The North and South poles are on the flat sides of these Neodymium Cylinder Magnets. The pull force of these Neodymium Cylinder Magnets is 3.2 lbs This is a great Cylindrical magnet for use in personal projects as well as for crafts and closures and can also be used to help keep objects secured or fastened to any ferrous surface.
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PLEASE NOTE: All magnets may chip and shatter, but if used correctly can last a lifetime. Keep away from pacemakers. Not for children, parental supervision strongly encouraged. COMMERCIAL USE ONLY. If damaged please dispose of completely. Shards are still magnetized and if swallowed can inflict serious damage if magnets join inside the digestive tract.
Other DetailsThis product is covered by a 10 year warranty on the magnetic strength under normal usage. Use in environments with high temperatures and vibrations will void this warranty. The product should not be used outdoors or in high humidity or salty environments except when extra insulation measurements are taken.
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Our 8 month old learned how to open the warming drawer and climb inside. We had to come up with a way to keep this closed, while still being able to open it when needed. These magnets did the trick. First I tried one on each side but it was still too easy to open. I stacked a 2nd magnet on each side and now we're good. Difficult enough that he'll get frustrated and move on, but still allows us use of the drawer.
LOL! yes they are strong, I almost hurt myself the first time I tried to put one back on the stack.
I have sensitive compasses and the magnets have to be pretty far away to not affect them.
They are fun to play with, but use one as a fridge magnet and have even more fun trying to get it back off.