Neodymium Disc Magnet 9mm x 2.5mm N35

Product code: D-D9H2.5-N35

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Neodymium Disc Magnet 9mm x 2.5mm N35

Product Code D-D9H2.5-N35
Pull Force* 1.05kg
Weight 5 g
Gauss 2938
Grade N35
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Height:2.5mm, Diameter:9mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Nickel-plated Neodymium disc magnet, weighing 5 grams, 2.5mm in height, and 9mm in diameter with a pull force of 1.05kg. Gauss 2938, Grade N35, direction of magnetization through height.

These magnets are made from super strong Rare Earth magnetic material, the strongest type of permanent magnet available. They’re ideal for displaying artwork or craft on vertical surfaces. They’re super strong and tested to hold one kilogram in weight, but bear in mind gravity, surface texture and the thickness of the underlying metal all have an impact on the magnet’s ability to perform. Holding on a vertical surface diminishes the strength of the magnet by about two thirds, but with all those considerations in mind, these Neodymium disc magnets still present one of the easiest solutions for attaching suitable objects and items to another surface.

Nickel-plated Neodymium disc magnet, weighing 5 grams, 2.5mm in height, and 9mm in diameter with a pull force of 1.05kg. Gauss 2938, Grade N35, direction of magnetization through height.

These magnets are made from super strong Rare Earth magnetic material, the strongest type of permanent magnet available. They’re ideal for displaying artwork or craft on vertical surfaces. They’re super strong and tested to hold one kilogram in weight, but bear in mind gravity, surface texture and the thickness of the underlying metal all have an impact on the magnet’s ability to perform. Holding on a vertical surface diminishes the strength of the magnet by about two thirds, but with all those considerations in mind, these Neodymium disc magnets still present one of the easiest solutions for attaching suitable objects and items to another surface.