Neodymium NdFeB Disc Magnets
Ideal where compact size with maximum strength is required
Strong magnet ideal for screw mounting for holding and attaching purposes
Overview - Neodymium NdFeb Ring Magnets
A ring magnet or NdFeB Rare Earth ring magnet is a NdFeB disc magnet with a concentric hole inside it. A countersunk magnet is a Neodymium ring magnet with one side appearing as a standard ring but the other side has an angled countersink to take a screw head, the angle usually being (but not always) 90 degrees. It has a cylindrical flat-bottomed hole on one side that enlarges the main central hole to take a cap head screw.
Neodymium ring magnets are also known as Neodymium pure ring magnets or Neodymium countersunk magnets, and Neodymium counterbore ring magnets. These variations are nearly always axially magnetised - the magnet is magnetised along its central axis. So one flat end face is a North pole and the other flat end face is a South pole.
For pure rings, turning over the ring changes the polarity. But for the NdFeB countersunk rings and the NdFeB counterbore rings the countersunk or counterbore side will be a North or a South and the other end (which will visually look like a pure ring) will have the opposite polarity). In some applications where a NdFeB counterbore ring is attracting another NdFeB counterbore ring or a NdFeB countersunk ring is attracting another NdFeB countersunk ring you will probably require a set of Norths and a set of Souths to achieve unlike poles attracting. We also offer Ferrite ring magnets.
If the magnets are attracting onto a ferromagnetic surface only, the any type of ring magnet (regardless of axial polarity direction) will be fine to consider using (combinations of Norths and Souths together will be fine - sometimes a N-S-N-S alternating pattern may give a small boost in performance if the magnets are close enough). When we term a ring magnet North, the countersunk face or counterbore face will be the North pole face (the other end will be the South pole face). When we state a ring magnet is a South, the countersunk face or counterbore face will be the South pole face (the other end will be the North pole face).
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