Neodymium Ring Magnet OD13 x H5 x ID2 mm N35

Product code: R-OD13H5ID2-N35

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Neodymium Ring Magnet OD13 x H5 x ID2 mm N35

Product Code R-OD13H5ID2-N35
Pull Force* 3.6kg
Weight 10 g
Gauss -2244
Grade N35
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Height:5mm, Outside Diameter:13mm, Inside Diameter:2mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Powerful Neodymium magnets have helped drive innovation and improve the performance and capabilities of many products and devices in a wide range of modern technologies. This includes the strong Neodymium ring shaped magnets that provide permanent magnetic holding power and have attraction abilities that benefit industries such as manufacturing, robotics, communications, aviation, mining, energy production and the military. As well as bonding with ferromagnetic materials, the North and South poles of strong rare earth ring magnets can influence electrical currents and often play an important role in the operation of reed switches and other sensing and safety orientated equipment. The permanent nature of magnetic hold means in most cases it is constantly available and this leads to high levels of reliability and resilience in the products that use it. Manufacturers of smartphones, laptop computers and most modern technologies incorporate strong rare earth magnetic rings into the design of these products where the simple, non-mechanical nature of magnetic hold and bonding is utilised to great benefit. Electric motors and wind powered generators also depend on Neodymium magnets to create and store electric energy.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Powerful Neodymium magnets have helped drive innovation and improve the performance and capabilities of many products and devices in a wide range of modern technologies. This includes the strong Neodymium ring shaped magnets that provide permanent magnetic holding power and have attraction abilities that benefit industries such as manufacturing, robotics, communications, aviation, mining, energy production and the military. As well as bonding with ferromagnetic materials, the North and South poles of strong rare earth ring magnets can influence electrical currents and often play an important role in the operation of reed switches and other sensing and safety orientated equipment. The permanent nature of magnetic hold means in most cases it is constantly available and this leads to high levels of reliability and resilience in the products that use it. Manufacturers of smartphones, laptop computers and most modern technologies incorporate strong rare earth magnetic rings into the design of these products where the simple, non-mechanical nature of magnetic hold and bonding is utilised to great benefit. Electric motors and wind powered generators also depend on Neodymium magnets to create and store electric energy.