N52 Disc Magnets Dia 1/2x1/8" Neodymium Magnets | Rare Earth Disc Magnets ND035-52NM
This neodymium magnet measures 1/2" diameter and 1/8" thick and is made of a grade N52 neodymium magnet alloy under ISO 9001 quality systems. This disc magnet is plated in a nickel-copper-nickel coating for a shiny corrosion-resistant finish. This disc magnet is very popular as holding magnet in the printing industries and crafting magnets.
- Material: Sintered Neodymium Magnet, grade N52 Rare Earth Magnet
- Remanence (Br) : 14,400 Gauss or 1.44 Tesla
- Pulling Force: 8 Lbs.
- Pole Orientation: Axially magnetized, i.e. the N & S poles are on the flat surfaces
- Coating: Ni+Cu+Ni 3 layer plated
- Tolerance: All +/-0.002" with coating
- Applications: This is a great item for industrial application, personal projects, as well as for crafts and closures
- All magnets may chip and shatter, but if used correctly this neodymium disc magnet can last a lifetime
- Keep away from pacemakers and children
- If damaged please dispose of completely. Shards may be sharp and cut fingers
Strong Neodymium disc magnets N35 ,N40, N42, N45, N50 & N52 At CMS Magnetics & Magnets For Sale Neodymium disc magnets come in many sizes & grades. CMS has samarium cobalt magnetic discs and ceramic disc magnets as well.
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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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