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Frenergy Magnets is an Australian company offering various shapes and sizes of  Neodymium Rare Earth magnets. One of the most universally popular products is our Neodymium disc magnet. We stock a range of grades between N35 to the most powerful grade N52 as well as some specialty grades. Rare earth disc magnets are common components in electronic goods such as speakers, televisions and phones. You can buy disc magnets through our secure website and your order will be shipped to your chosen address. Unlike many retailers we have full time warehouse staff so your order is dispatched without delay.


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Thousands of our smaller disc magnets are used for the assembly of small models. Craft magnetic discs are used across a broad range of arts and crafts to create an easy way to display these items. Small magnetic discs are also used as seamless closing devices on boxes and cabinets. 

Neodymium disc magnets are also a student’s best friend. They are perfect for holding together school and university projects as well as conducting electro-magnetic train experiments. 

Powerful Rare Earth disc magnets have also been used in the mining industry for detecting metal. They are also a key component in medical devices such as MRI machinery. 

Disc magnets are also great for adhering paper on fridges or office cabinets. You can use a simple rare earth disc magnet or buy a disc magnet in the form of a magnetic pin or magnetic button. These products, along with a large range of office magnets are available in our home and office supplies category Magnetic Push Pins

We supply some of the smallest sized magnets you can imagine. Our range starts at just 2mm and goes all the way up to 100 mm in diameter. From 0.79mm to 50mm in thickness. With our extensive range of disc magnet sizes in stock, Frenergy Magnets is very popular with hobbyists, and the metalworking industry. 

The majority of our Neodymium disc magnet range comes with a Nickel coating (Ni). However we do have a number of magnets with alternative coatings. The Nickel-coating gives the magnets a shiny silver looking finish and is a durable coating for long lasting magnets. 

Alternative coatings such as Parylene C and Gold come with particular attributes such as increased resistance to friction or moisture. Parylene C coating is very good for magnets used in wet or damp environments. We often supply Parylene C coating magnets for customers who work in food and beverage industries, as well as in marine ecology.

Most of our listed magnets are rated to withstand temperatures of up to 80 degree Celsius, unless otherwise stated. Neodymium magnets can be produced in specialty grades which support higher operating temperatures. Please get in contact with our team should you require higher working temperature grade magnets.


Where to buy disc magnets?

Buy disc magnets 24/7 online from our secure online store. The landscape of retail shopping has changed drastically in the last decades with the introduction of e-commerce stores such as Frenergy magnets. Although there are magnets available for sale in some traditional retailers like Bunnings or Officeworks the range is very limited. 

We have done our best to overcome some of the hurdles of online shopping by including comprehensive product information and detailed FAQs. We offer free shipping Australia wide on orders over $100. We also offer competitive pricing and we welcome customers contacting us to discuss bulk order discounts. 

Which are the strongest disc magnets?

Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of magnet available. Rare Earth disc magnets are far more powerful than a Ferrite or Alnico magnets of the same dimensions. It would take far more magnetic material of an alternative form of magnet to reach the power or a Neodymium disc. 

Mounting pot magnets consist of either a magnetic ring or a magnetic disc inside a steel case. This steel casing enhances the magnetic power of the magnet beyond that of a stand alone magnet. Neodymium pot magnets provide the highest magnetic power for their dimensions when compared to any other type of magnet.

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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.