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0.5kg - 1kg

Frenergy Magnets is an Australian supplier of top quality magnets that you can trust when purchasing magnets online. Our Sydney based warehouse is kept well stocked with a huge array of magnets and magnetic products to ensure we are able to fulfil our customer’s orders as soon as possible. Orders are shipped daily with reliable delivery partners so you know you won’t be waiting for products to be sent from overseas. We know it can be hard to find the right magnet for your purposes so we have grouped our products by use and also by magnetic strength as you can find here with our 0.5-1kg category.

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This category has a range of magnets with a ‘pull force’ between 500 grams and 1 kilogram. “What is a pull force?” you might ask; all magnets are listed on our website with a pull force which indicates their magnetic power. It is the greatest holding power that particular magnet is able to achieve. The magnet’s strength is measured as the kilograms it can hold when adhered to 10mm thick steel. This thickness is critical to ensure full saturation of the magnetic field along with direct contact between magnet and steel. The thickness of steel and the orientation are both important considerations when choosing the right magnet for you. If you are applying the magnet to thinner steel the magnetic hold will be weaker. Likewise a vertical surface will greatly reduce the hold as gravity and friction have an impact.

Frenergy specialises in Neodymium Magnets as they are the strongest magnets commercially available. We also keep a variety of other permanent magnets such as Alnico, Ferrite and Samarium Cobalt so you are sure to find what you are looking for on our website.
Rare Earth magnets are made of alloys of neodymium, iron, and boron, and the chemical formula is Nd2Fe14B and Neodymium magnets come in a range of grades from N35 through to the most powerful grade N52.

Choose your shape

Magnets come in a range of shapes and sizes. Available as Blocks, Cubes, Discs, Rings, Cylinders, Spheres and other more bespoke shapes, Neodymium magnets are incredibly versatile. Each shape brings with it its own unique qualities such as cylindrical magnets which have a deep and targeted magnetic field that is ideal for applications that require precision. Ring magnets by their very nature allow for ease of attachment to all manner of substrates. Disc magnets are undoubtedly one of the most commonly used magnets for vertical surfaces as their low profile and wide magnetic field gives them good resistance to dislodgement. The magnets available online include pot magnets, hook magnets, fishing magnets and a huge range of magnetic tools and magnetic devices. Our sales team is always happy to help if you have any questions about our range or about how to choose the right magnet for you.

How to use your magnets safely

It is important to handle your magnets with care, for your personal safety and for the longevity of your magnets. Neodymium magnets are particularly powerful and can be difficult to control. When allowed to magnetically snap together they can break and shatter due to their brittle nature. It is also important that small magnets are kept away from children as they can cause severe internal damage to organs if they are swallowed.
Large industrial scale magnets can cause damage to items and injury if not handled with extreme care. Please read the safety guideline before handling your magnets.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel vertically. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around 30% of the pull force listed due to the effects of gravity and the lack of traction between the surface and the shiny magnet.