Neodymium Ring Magnet OD12 x H2 x ID5 mm N35

Product code: R-OD12H2ID5-N35

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Neodymium Ring Magnet OD12 x H2 x ID5 mm N35

Product Code R-OD12H2ID5-N35
Pull Force* 1.12kg
Weight 0kg
Gauss -1866
Grade N35
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Height:2.00mm, Outside Diameter:12.00mm, Inside Diameter:5.00mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Outside Diameter: 12mm

Height: 2mm

Inside Diameter: 5mm

Grade: N35

Coating: Nickel (Ni)

Magnetized Direction: Through height – 2mm

Pull force: 1.115kg

Surface field: -1,865 gauss

The Neodymium ring magnets, also known as rare earth rings, are available in various sizes and a variety of grades. The higher the grade the greater the pull force for any given size of magnet. The N52 grade is the strongest grade with the highest holding capacity. The amound of magnetic material present, particularly in the distance between the North and South poles (thickness or height dimension) will also determine the strength of pull force. For axially magnetised magnets, which is the orientation of most magnets, thicker magnets have more magnetic material between the north and south poles which in turn generates more magnetic holding power. 

The small but strong magnetic ring has many uses. It can be easily attached to ferrous or non-ferrous shafts or rods with a similar inside diameter to make them magnetic or compatible with steel. Small ring magnets can be used to magnetically store or hold small metal tools and implements used by hobbyists, fabricators sculptors or artists.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Outside Diameter: 12mm

Height: 2mm

Inside Diameter: 5mm

Grade: N35

Coating: Nickel (Ni)

Magnetized Direction: Through height – 2mm

Pull force: 1.115kg

Surface field: -1,865 gauss

The Neodymium ring magnets, also known as rare earth rings, are available in various sizes and a variety of grades. The higher the grade the greater the pull force for any given size of magnet. The N52 grade is the strongest grade with the highest holding capacity. The amound of magnetic material present, particularly in the distance between the North and South poles (thickness or height dimension) will also determine the strength of pull force. For axially magnetised magnets, which is the orientation of most magnets, thicker magnets have more magnetic material between the north and south poles which in turn generates more magnetic holding power. 

The small but strong magnetic ring has many uses. It can be easily attached to ferrous or non-ferrous shafts or rods with a similar inside diameter to make them magnetic or compatible with steel. Small ring magnets can be used to magnetically store or hold small metal tools and implements used by hobbyists, fabricators sculptors or artists.