High-Strength N45 Neodymium Small Cylindrical Magnet | 1/8x1/4 Inch | Premium Rare Earth Magnet for Versatile Applications
Our Grade N45 Small Cylindrical Magnet measures 1/8" in diameter and 1/4" in length. This magnet is crafted from a high-grade N45 neodymium alloy, certified under the ISO 9001 quality system, ensuring top-tier quality and consistency.
- Material: Constructed from sintered neodymium, our Grade N45 rare earth magnet delivers magnetic strength and durability.
- Magnetic Force: Has a remanence of 13,500 Gauss (1.35 Tesla) and a pulling force of 2.5 Lbs, it offers significant holding power in a compact size.
- Optimal Pole Orientation: Axially magnetized for efficient magnetic performance, with North and South poles located on the flat surfaces for precise application.
- Advanced Coating: A Ni+Cu+Ni triple-layer coating provides a shiny, corrosion-resistant finish, enhancing the magnet's longevity and appearance.
- Unmatched Precision: Each magnet is produced with a tolerance of +/-0.002" including the coating, ensuring consistent performance across all applications.
Perfect for a wide range of uses, from triggering reed switches to serving as holding magnets, as well as in industrial, personal projects, crafts, and closures, this cylindrical magnet offers flexibility and power where it's needed most.
- Engineered for durability, yet caution is advised to prevent potential chipping or shattering.
- Important to keep away from pacemakers and children for safety reasons.
- Ensure proper disposal if damaged, to avoid injury from sharp fragments.
WarrantyThis magnet includes a 10-year warranty for its magnetic strength, provided it is used under normal conditions. Usage in environments with elevated temperatures, significant vibration, or intense opposing magnetic fields will render this warranty null and void. It is also not suitable for use outdoors or in areas with high humidity or salt content, unless additional protective insulation measures are implemented.
Good strength and easy to adjust or remove with the duct tape as shown in pics below. I have noticed however, these magnets have a stronger attraction to themselves then they do to iron or steel.