Neodymium Block Magnet - 5mm x 3mm x 2mm N50 | Black Nickel Coating

Product code: B-W3H2L5-N50Bni

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Neodymium Block Magnet - 5mm x 3mm x 2mm N50 | Black Nickel Coating

Product Code B-W3H2L5-N50Bni
Pull Force* 0.6300kg
Weight 10 gr
Gauss 6791
Grade N50
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Width:3mm, Length:5mm, Height:2mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Block Magnet

The neodymium magnetic block has a length of 5mm, width of 3mm and a height of 2mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 6791Gauss and a strong magnetic pull force of 0.630 kilos. Its maximum operating temperature is 80 degrees celsius. The black nickel coating protects the magnet from corrosion. 

These rare earth magnets that are also known as neo blocks have a variety of uses. Many devices that are used for metal detection and metal retrieval use block magnets. Microphones and alarms also use this type of magnetic product. 

The shape of this neodymium rare earth magnet makes it useful with magnetic door-latch products and magnetic tool holders. This is because the block can fit into the length of a steel channel and be held there with adhesive. This creates a new type of magnet which is called a Channel Magnet. 

Neodymium Block Magnet

The neodymium magnetic block has a length of 5mm, width of 3mm and a height of 2mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 6791Gauss and a strong magnetic pull force of 0.630 kilos. Its maximum operating temperature is 80 degrees celsius. The black nickel coating protects the magnet from corrosion. 

These rare earth magnets that are also known as neo blocks have a variety of uses. Many devices that are used for metal detection and metal retrieval use block magnets. Microphones and alarms also use this type of magnetic product. 

The shape of this neodymium rare earth magnet makes it useful with magnetic door-latch products and magnetic tool holders. This is because the block can fit into the length of a steel channel and be held there with adhesive. This creates a new type of magnet which is called a Channel Magnet.