Neodymium Block - 75mm x 12mm x 6mm (2 x Countersunk Holes 3.4mm to 6.4mm)

Product code: 22002C

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Neodymium Block - 75mm x 12mm x 6mm (2 x Countersunk Holes 3.4mm to 6.4mm)

Product Code 22002C
Pull Force* 15.04 kg
Weight 40 gm
Style Rare Earth Block Magnet with 2 countersunk holes (3.4mm to 6.4mm) at 90º.
Coating NiCuNi (Nickel)
Dimensions Width:12mm, Height:6mm, Length:75mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This Rare Earth block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 12mm and a height of 6mm. This magnet is N45 grade and has two countersunk holes, each with a diameter of 3.4mm to 6.4mm at an angle of 90º. Please refer to the diagram for further dimensions. This product has a pull force of 15.04kg and is identified by AMF Part Number 22002C.

Uses for our Rare Earth block magnets:

People love the nature of magnetic engagement. Bond. However, it is the simplicity of breaking magnetic bond that make magnets such useful material.

Once an individual magnet’s pull force, or strength has been exceeded, magnetic bond will release. This characteristic allows designers and tradespeople to choose a magnet as much for its quit threshold as for its pull force. This method has two vital advantages over bolts, rivets, screws and glues. Old fashioned fasteners, or OFF for short.

Magnetic uncoupling could be described as ‘quit the grip’, ‘grab, grin and go’, or ‘intuitive pull force release’. A magnets’ quit the grip threshold allows designers to fashion products that are much easier to clean and service by allowing simple and intuitive coupling and uncoupling. This increases a product or devices amenity and longevity. To re-engage magnetic fastening simply bring, cling and sing, or click, stick and tick.

Products held or suspended with magnetic grab in retail spaces highlight the product’s availability. The secret or hidden fixing adds to the allure of a product, especially luxury goods. This fastening method encourages curiosity, (How does it float like that?), and tactile engagement (sense of touch).

However, it is the fastening relationship between magnets (and magnetic tape), and all the various types of plastic fabrications and materials that has really crowned magnetic bond. Old fashioned fasteners (OFF), penetrative, overcommitted, cannot respond to the new paradigm plastics present. Tomorrow called. Magnets answered.

This countersunk block magnet is ideal for fastening and popular with carpenters, sheet metal fabricators, aluminium and glazing suppliers and fixture supply outlets. A great, general all-purpose magnet.

Neodymium Block - 75mm x 12mm x 6mm (2 x Countersunk Holes 3.4mm to 6.4mm) (22002C)

Magnetic Product Description:

This Rare Earth block magnet has a length of 75mm, a width of 12mm and a height of 6mm. This magnet is N45 grade and has two countersunk holes, each with a diameter of 3.4mm to 6.4mm at an angle of 90º. Please refer to the diagram for further dimensions. This product has a pull force of 15.04kg and is identified by AMF Part Number 22002C.

Uses for our Rare Earth block magnets:

People love the nature of magnetic engagement. Bond. However, it is the simplicity of breaking magnetic bond that make magnets such useful material.

Once an individual magnet’s pull force, or strength has been exceeded, magnetic bond will release. This characteristic allows designers and tradespeople to choose a magnet as much for its quit threshold as for its pull force. This method has two vital advantages over bolts, rivets, screws and glues. Old fashioned fasteners, or OFF for short.

Magnetic uncoupling could be described as ‘quit the grip’, ‘grab, grin and go’, or ‘intuitive pull force release’. A magnets’ quit the grip threshold allows designers to fashion products that are much easier to clean and service by allowing simple and intuitive coupling and uncoupling. This increases a product or devices amenity and longevity. To re-engage magnetic fastening simply bring, cling and sing, or click, stick and tick.

Products held or suspended with magnetic grab in retail spaces highlight the product’s availability. The secret or hidden fixing adds to the allure of a product, especially luxury goods. This fastening method encourages curiosity, (How does it float like that?), and tactile engagement (sense of touch).

However, it is the fastening relationship between magnets (and magnetic tape), and all the various types of plastic fabrications and materials that has really crowned magnetic bond. Old fashioned fasteners (OFF), penetrative, overcommitted, cannot respond to the new paradigm plastics present. Tomorrow called. Magnets answered.

This countersunk block magnet is ideal for fastening and popular with carpenters, sheet metal fabricators, aluminium and glazing suppliers and fixture supply outlets. A great, general all-purpose magnet.

Neodymium Block - 75mm x 12mm x 6mm (2 x Countersunk Holes 3.4mm to 6.4mm) (22002C)