Alnico Block Magnets - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North & South

Product code: 45080

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Alnico Block Magnets - 75mm x 11mm x 6mm | North & South

Product Code 45080
Pull Force* 114 g
Weight 94 g
Style North and South Marked Alnico Block Magnet
Grade C5
Dimensions Thickness:6mm, Width:11mm, Length:75mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Magnet Dimensions

Magnetic Product Description:

  • This alnico block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 11mm and a 6mm thickness.
  • It has a pull force of 0.114 kg. 

Uses for our alnico block magnets:

Alnico block magnets are the modern day work horses of the magnet family.

What they lack in design finesse and flash coatings or colouring they more than compensate with versatility.

Deployed in sensors for monitoring almost anything and everything via gauges, meters and valves, alnico blocks are also indispensable in modifying, amplifying and clarifying audio signals (high fidelity sound).

Magnet Dimensions

Magnetic Product Description:

  • This alnico block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 11mm and a 6mm thickness.
  • It has a pull force of 0.114 kg. 

Uses for our alnico block magnets:

Alnico block magnets are the modern day work horses of the magnet family.

What they lack in design finesse and flash coatings or colouring they more than compensate with versatility.

Deployed in sensors for monitoring almost anything and everything via gauges, meters and valves, alnico blocks are also indispensable in modifying, amplifying and clarifying audio signals (high fidelity sound).

NB: Ranges are indicative for product category, please check individual products for specic values within that range.

Magnetic Properties

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Production Flow Diagram

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Alnico is most commonly produced by a Casting process. A key feature of Alnico magnets are their high temperature operating limits.