Neodymium Block - 20mm x 12mm x 5mm (with 4.5mm hole)

Product code: 22021B Epoxy

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Neodymium Block - 20mm x 12mm x 5mm (with 4.5mm hole)

Product Code 22021B Epoxy
Pull Force* 5.9 kg
Weight 9 gm
Style Rare Earth Block magnet with centred hole
Coating Epoxy
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised
Dimensions Width:12mm, Height:5mm, Length:20mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This magnet is a rare earth block magnet with a centred hole. It has a length of 20mm,  a width of 12mm and a height of 5mm. There is a centred hole approx 4.5mm and an epoxy coating for resisting adverse environments. It has a pull force of 5.9 kilos against 5 mm mild steel and a magnetic flux reading of 3262 gauss. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 22021B.

Uses for our Rare Earth Block Magnets:

These types of permanent magnets are the strongest and most affordable magnets commercially available. They are used in a wide variety of applications including converting electrical energy into mechanical energy in electric motors associated with white goods, power tools and electric vehicles.

As fasteners housed in sockets and pockets in plastic moulded fabrications, magnets are literally joining the old world of timber, metal and masonry frames and structures to the new world of moulded or manufactured plastic forms too numerous to mention. Let’s just say 3D Printing is going to turbo charge the plastics revolution already underway.

These plastic forms are everywhere in the built environment. Retail structures like department stores, television studio broadcast sets, vehicles, offices and homes are full of devices and fabrications housed or coated in one type of plastic material or another, many magnetically fastened.

Many modern advertising assemblies, displays, signage and digital light boxes deploy magnetic fixings for the same reasons. Magnetic fastening or joining is compatible with the contours of these often rounded forms and does not need to pierce or penetrate plastics in order to fix. Magnetic engagement is ‘bond’, not ‘tie’. Coupling and uncoupling different materials is second nature to magnetism. This quality makes regular cleaning and servicing protocols easy for anyone who can apply the requisite pull force (quit the grip), and the restorative, click, stick and tick routine.

This magnet can be fixed to other surfaces by screwing or bolting through the central hole. The epoxy coating assists when using this magnet in corrosive environments. Used by maintenance companies, locksmiths, energy supply firms and a host of handymen.

Neodymium Block - 20mm x 12mm x 5mm (with 4.5mm hole) (22021B Epoxy)

Magnetic Product Description:

This magnet is a rare earth block magnet with a centred hole. It has a length of 20mm,  a width of 12mm and a height of 5mm. There is a centred hole approx 4.5mm and an epoxy coating for resisting adverse environments. It has a pull force of 5.9 kilos against 5 mm mild steel and a magnetic flux reading of 3262 gauss. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 22021B.

Uses for our Rare Earth Block Magnets:

These types of permanent magnets are the strongest and most affordable magnets commercially available. They are used in a wide variety of applications including converting electrical energy into mechanical energy in electric motors associated with white goods, power tools and electric vehicles.

As fasteners housed in sockets and pockets in plastic moulded fabrications, magnets are literally joining the old world of timber, metal and masonry frames and structures to the new world of moulded or manufactured plastic forms too numerous to mention. Let’s just say 3D Printing is going to turbo charge the plastics revolution already underway.

These plastic forms are everywhere in the built environment. Retail structures like department stores, television studio broadcast sets, vehicles, offices and homes are full of devices and fabrications housed or coated in one type of plastic material or another, many magnetically fastened.

Many modern advertising assemblies, displays, signage and digital light boxes deploy magnetic fixings for the same reasons. Magnetic fastening or joining is compatible with the contours of these often rounded forms and does not need to pierce or penetrate plastics in order to fix. Magnetic engagement is ‘bond’, not ‘tie’. Coupling and uncoupling different materials is second nature to magnetism. This quality makes regular cleaning and servicing protocols easy for anyone who can apply the requisite pull force (quit the grip), and the restorative, click, stick and tick routine.

This magnet can be fixed to other surfaces by screwing or bolting through the central hole. The epoxy coating assists when using this magnet in corrosive environments. Used by maintenance companies, locksmiths, energy supply firms and a host of handymen.

Neodymium Block - 20mm x 12mm x 5mm (with 4.5mm hole) (22021B Epoxy)