Neodymium Ring Magnet OD30 x H4 x ID10 mm N42

Product code: R-OD30H4ID10

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Neodymium Ring Magnet OD30 x H4 x ID10 mm N42

Product Code R-OD30H4ID10
Pull Force* 8.8 kg
Weight 70 g
Gauss -2422
Grade N42
Coating Nickel (NI)
Dimensions Outside Diameter: 30mm, Height:4mm, Inside Diameter 10mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Rare earth magnets have become the magnet of choice for most modern applications because of their superior holding ability and compact size. Neodymium is the strongest of magnetic materials and the permanent power of Neodymium ring-shaped magnets is widely used in the operation of audio equipment such as microphones and loudspeakers, electric motors, medical and scientific equipment, consumer electronics and industrial safety warning systems. These highly technical devices depend on the strong and consistent magnetic power provided by Neodymium magnetic material which allows them to operate reliably. Strong, circular magnetic rings can bond with ferromagnetic materials or can attract other magnets with the North or South pole in the opposite position. Some versions of ring magnets are designed with convenient countersunk central holes to screw the magnet onto other materials, while the central void that typifies all ring-shaped magnets also allows them to be simply tied to another surface with cable or wire.

Neodymium Ring Magnets

Rare earth magnets have become the magnet of choice for most modern applications because of their superior holding ability and compact size. Neodymium is the strongest of magnetic materials and the permanent power of Neodymium ring-shaped magnets is widely used in the operation of audio equipment such as microphones and loudspeakers, electric motors, medical and scientific equipment, consumer electronics and industrial safety warning systems. These highly technical devices depend on the strong and consistent magnetic power provided by Neodymium magnetic material which allows them to operate reliably. Strong, circular magnetic rings can bond with ferromagnetic materials or can attract other magnets with the North or South pole in the opposite position. Some versions of ring magnets are designed with convenient countersunk central holes to screw the magnet onto other materials, while the central void that typifies all ring-shaped magnets also allows them to be simply tied to another surface with cable or wire.