Neodymium Cylinder - 22mm x 25.4mm

Product code: 21010

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Neodymium Cylinder - 22mm x 25.4mm

Product Code 21010
Pull Force* 19.05 kg
Weight 71 gm
Style Neodymium Cylinder magnet
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised
Dimensions Height:25.4mm, Diameter:22mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This rare earth cylinder has a diameter of 22 mm and a height of 25.4mm or one inch. It has a magnetic flux reading of 5781 Gauss and a pull force of 19.05 kilos. Its part number is 21010.

Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:

When the height dimension becomes greater than the diameter, as is the case with this strong Neodymium magnet, it ceases to be referred to as a disc and becomes a cylinder. This particular example is precisely  1- inch (1") high in the old money or Imperial measurement scale. The extension in height increases the volume of magnetic material between the poles and this, in turn, increases the overall magnetic power it produces. As a general rule, thicker magnets that are Axially magnetised are more powerful than thinner magnets of the same diameter. For this reason, two magnets stacked on top of each other or "piggy-backed", will multiply their magnetic energy by around one-third or 30%. Cylinder magnets are often chosen in holding applications where they are embedded and glued into other materials to provide a bond between surfaces that will release under a calculated degree of pressure or force. This style of Permanent Magnet, with a concentrated magnetic field, is employed by machine shops, metal fabricators and large-scale manufacturers to help make their production systems easy to use, more reliable and more efficient.

Neodymium Cylinder - 22mm x 25.4mm (21010)

Magnetic Product Description:

This rare earth cylinder has a diameter of 22 mm and a height of 25.4mm or one inch. It has a magnetic flux reading of 5781 Gauss and a pull force of 19.05 kilos. Its part number is 21010.

Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:

When the height dimension becomes greater than the diameter, as is the case with this strong Neodymium magnet, it ceases to be referred to as a disc and becomes a cylinder. This particular example is precisely  1- inch (1") high in the old money or Imperial measurement scale. The extension in height increases the volume of magnetic material between the poles and this, in turn, increases the overall magnetic power it produces. As a general rule, thicker magnets that are Axially magnetised are more powerful than thinner magnets of the same diameter. For this reason, two magnets stacked on top of each other or "piggy-backed", will multiply their magnetic energy by around one-third or 30%. Cylinder magnets are often chosen in holding applications where they are embedded and glued into other materials to provide a bond between surfaces that will release under a calculated degree of pressure or force. This style of Permanent Magnet, with a concentrated magnetic field, is employed by machine shops, metal fabricators and large-scale manufacturers to help make their production systems easy to use, more reliable and more efficient.

Neodymium Cylinder - 22mm x 25.4mm (21010)