Neodymium Disc Magnet 6mm x 2mm N42SH | High Temperature ≤150ºC

Product code: D-D6H2-N42SH

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Neodymium Disc Magnet 6mm x 2mm N42SH | High Temperature ≤150ºC

Product Code D-D6H2-N42SH
Pull Force* 0.594 kg
Coating Nickel (NI)
Gauss 3660
Grade N42SH
Direction of Magnetisation Axially Magnetised
Dimensions Diameter:6mm, Height:2mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Unlike other small Neodymium disc magnets in this category, this round disc magnet is manufactured with a unique combination of rare earth materials that can withstand high operating temperatures that would otherwise cause standard Neodymium magnets to lose magnetic power. In cases where the heat exceeds 80°C, this loss can be permanent. Special Neodymium magnets with the “SH” suffix like this strong N42 Grade disc magnet can remain operational for extended periods at temperatures up to 150°C. These above average temperatures are mostly encountered in industrial processes or around vehicle engines. The compound of materials that enable a high temperature resistant Neodymium magnet to perform in extreme conditions also render it more brittle and therefore more susceptible to damage. Heated environments agitate the magnetic molecules of the Neodymium and interrupt their alignment which in turn reduces their ability to generate magnetic energy. In fact, at cooler or even sub-zero temperatures, the crystalline structure of a magnetic material becomes more densely aligned, and this allows the magnet to generate even stronger magnetic power. If your application requires a Neodymium disc that can tolerate high ambient temperatures you should consider a non-standard grade magnet such as this item.

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Unlike other small Neodymium disc magnets in this category, this round disc magnet is manufactured with a unique combination of rare earth materials that can withstand high operating temperatures that would otherwise cause standard Neodymium magnets to lose magnetic power. In cases where the heat exceeds 80°C, this loss can be permanent. Special Neodymium magnets with the “SH” suffix like this strong N42 Grade disc magnet can remain operational for extended periods at temperatures up to 150°C. These above average temperatures are mostly encountered in industrial processes or around vehicle engines. The compound of materials that enable a high temperature resistant Neodymium magnet to perform in extreme conditions also render it more brittle and therefore more susceptible to damage. Heated environments agitate the magnetic molecules of the Neodymium and interrupt their alignment which in turn reduces their ability to generate magnetic energy. In fact, at cooler or even sub-zero temperatures, the crystalline structure of a magnetic material becomes more densely aligned, and this allows the magnet to generate even stronger magnetic power. If your application requires a Neodymium disc that can tolerate high ambient temperatures you should consider a non-standard grade magnet such as this item.