Neodymium Block Magnet 50x15x15mm N35

Product code: B-W15H15L50-N35

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Neodymium Block Magnet 50x15x15mm N35

Product Code B-W15H15L50-N35
Pull Force* 24.12kg
Weight 240 g
Gauss 4534
Grade N35
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Width:15mm, Length:50mm, Height:15mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium block Magnets

Frenergy stocks several of these wide, slim rectangular magnets that contain strong Neodymium magnetic material and are also known as ‘bar’ magnets if the North and South pole are located at each end. Block shaped rare earth magnets may be slightly less versatile than other magnetic shapes but they have distinct advantages over other magnets in certain applications. In some cases the angular shape is easy to secure against other hard surfaces of a similar height which can include plastic, timber or composite materials. In other circumstances the wide and narrow dimensions make Block magnets more efficient in magnetically retrieving swarf material, or can give the Block magnet more adhesion when suspending cloth and other soft materials from a metal surface. Long, rectangular Neodymium Blocks are commonly used in laboratory-based magnetic stirring equipment that use a rotating magnet inside a beaker to mix a solution safely and more thoroughly. To achieve this, another steel bar or rectangular magnet below the beaker causes the magnet inside to rotate in unison. These devices help chemists, biologists and pharmaceutical companies to mix liquid compounds remotely and with lower risks of mixture inconsistencies or contamination of the liquids inside. Despite the various scientific and commercial applications for long Neodymium Block magnets, there are plenty of home, office and DIY projects that can also benefit from these powerful rare earth Blocks.

Neodymium block Magnets

Frenergy stocks several of these wide, slim rectangular magnets that contain strong Neodymium magnetic material and are also known as ‘bar’ magnets if the North and South pole are located at each end. Block shaped rare earth magnets may be slightly less versatile than other magnetic shapes but they have distinct advantages over other magnets in certain applications. In some cases the angular shape is easy to secure against other hard surfaces of a similar height which can include plastic, timber or composite materials. In other circumstances the wide and narrow dimensions make Block magnets more efficient in magnetically retrieving swarf material, or can give the Block magnet more adhesion when suspending cloth and other soft materials from a metal surface. Long, rectangular Neodymium Blocks are commonly used in laboratory-based magnetic stirring equipment that use a rotating magnet inside a beaker to mix a solution safely and more thoroughly. To achieve this, another steel bar or rectangular magnet below the beaker causes the magnet inside to rotate in unison. These devices help chemists, biologists and pharmaceutical companies to mix liquid compounds remotely and with lower risks of mixture inconsistencies or contamination of the liquids inside. Despite the various scientific and commercial applications for long Neodymium Block magnets, there are plenty of home, office and DIY projects that can also benefit from these powerful rare earth Blocks.