Neodymium NdFeb Shallow Pot Magnets with Countersunk Hole
Easy to mount with screw fixings
Neodymium magnets (NdFeB) (also known as Rare Earth magnets) are, size-for-size, the strongest type of any magnet material that is commercially available ,they are stronger than Samarium Cobalt (SmCo), Alnico and Ferrite.
Neodymium NdFeB magnets are often the ideal first choice for many applications because they offer a maximum performance from the smallest magnet volume. NdFeB magnets should always be coated to guard against the risk of corrosion – NiCuNi, Zinc, NiCuEpoxy and Gold are popular finishes.
Neodymium NdFeB magnets are also know as Neo, Neodymium Iron Boron, NdBFe, NIB, Super Strength, and Rare Earth Magnets . They are an alloy of Neodymium, Iron and Boron. There are 55 NdFeB magnets commonly in use. They are used in nearly all Industries:- Automotive, Aerospace, Wind Turbine, Military, White Goods, Lighting, Food Preparation, Separation, Motor and Generator Industries are just a few example Industries.
Our NdFeB magnets are all REACH and ROHS compliant. They do not contain any SVHC and the NdFeB Neodymium is produced to ISO9001 and ISO14001 Quality Control Standards. NdFeB Neodymium magnets are usually supplied in blocks, discs, rings, arcs, spheres, triangles, trapezoids and many other shapes as stock and custom items. We manufacture also manufacture NdFeB magnet assemblies.
The most common range of NdFeB (Nxx versions) will usually operate at up to +80 degrees C. Higher temperature versions (NxxM, NxxH, NxxSH, NxxUH, NxxEH, NxxVH/AH) are rated from up to +100 degrees C to a maximum of up to +230 degrees C.
All Neodymium NdFeB or Rare Earth magnets should have some form of protective coating to minimise and ideally prevent corrosion. Uncoated is not advised. The default / standard protective coating is Ni−Cu−Ni plating. Other coatings/finishes exist (over 40 finishes are currently available). Where maximum corrosion resistance is required for NdFeB, consider using the increased corrosion resistance range of NdFeB alloys.
Example: An automotive company required a thin disc shaped magnetic clamp to hold two mild steel sections together with maximum force. Even high-grade Neodymium NdFeB disc and ring magnets did not provide enough pull strength performance. Our solution was a dual polarity Neodymium (NdFeB) disc magnet within a ring assembly creating a perfect magnetic circuit with a pull force meeting the specification.
Strong magnet adhesion with surface protection against scratching or marking
Quick and easy means of hanging display items or cables
Rubber Covered Neodymium Pot Magnets with Threaded Neck
Ideal for hanging items in retail, office or educational locations
Rubber covering protects surfaces from marking or abrasion