Neodymium Countersunk Block Magnet 50x20x5 D8/D4 N42

Product code: CB-L50W20H5D8/D4

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Neodymium Countersunk Block Magnet 50x20x5 D8/D4 N42

Product Code CB-L50W20H5D8/D4
Weight 0.12kg

NdFeB Countersunk block magnets

Shape: Block

Size: 50mm length x 20mm width x 5mm thickness
Countersunk hole diameter: 2 countersunk holes  D8/D4

Grade: N42
Coating: Nickel

Magnetised thru thickness 5mm

This large and powerful Neodymium block magnet has two countersunk holes that allow it to be attached permanently in place with screws or to attach an eyelet to guide wiring or alternatively to attach a string, creating a metal retrieval or pickup tool. It is most commonly used in magnetic closure systems for doors and drawers where it attracts metal surfaces or a striker plate and secures them. It can also be attached with screws to any item so that item will attach to metal surfaces in workshops, factories, the home or office. By screwing the magnet onto plastic, timber or other materials, the item becomes magnetic and can attach to machinery, shelving, steel fire doors, shipping containers, railings and staircases Countersunk holes make this magnet simple and easy to attach in the correct location. 

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN OR USE OVERSIZED ATTACHMENT SCREWS OR THE MAGNET MAY CRACK AND FAIL.

NdFeB Countersunk block magnets

Shape: Block

Size: 50mm length x 20mm width x 5mm thickness
Countersunk hole diameter: 2 countersunk holes  D8/D4

Grade: N42
Coating: Nickel

Magnetised thru thickness 5mm

This large and powerful Neodymium block magnet has two countersunk holes that allow it to be attached permanently in place with screws or to attach an eyelet to guide wiring or alternatively to attach a string, creating a metal retrieval or pickup tool. It is most commonly used in magnetic closure systems for doors and drawers where it attracts metal surfaces or a striker plate and secures them. It can also be attached with screws to any item so that item will attach to metal surfaces in workshops, factories, the home or office. By screwing the magnet onto plastic, timber or other materials, the item becomes magnetic and can attach to machinery, shelving, steel fire doors, shipping containers, railings and staircases Countersunk holes make this magnet simple and easy to attach in the correct location. 

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN OR USE OVERSIZED ATTACHMENT SCREWS OR THE MAGNET MAY CRACK AND FAIL.